Noctua presents NH-U12P SE1366 for Intel Core i7 CPUs

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Noctua presents NH-U12P SE1366 for Intel Core i7 CPUs
 
Noctua today presented a new special edition of its flagship NH-U12P CPU cooler for Intel Core i7. The NH-U12P SE1366 includes the highly reliable, easy-to-use SecuFirm2™ mounting system for LGA1366 as well as Noctua's pro-grade NT-H1 thermal compound and two NF-P12 120mm fans for superb quiet cooling performance on Core i7 CPUs.

"Intel's new Core i7 CPUs mark an exciting advance in processing power, but they definitely require a high quality heatsink if you want to cool them without the expense of excessive noise", explains Mag. Roland Mossig, Noctua CEO. "We strive to provide an easy entry into the world of premium quality quiet cooling with the new NH-U12P SE1366, offering a premium value package that gives you everything you need to cool Core i7 CPUs quietly!"

Built around the top quality NH-U12P heatsink, which has received more than 100 awards and recommendations from leading international websites and magazines, the NH-U12P SE1366 ships with Noctua's SecuFirm2™ mounting system that combines outstanding reliability, optimal contact pressure and easy, straightforward installation on the new LGA1366 socket.

Including two of Noctua's award-winning NF-P12 120mm fans with Low-Noise and Ultra-Low-Noise-Adaptors, the NH-U12P SE1366 offers full flexibility in fine-tuning the cooler for supreme quietness and maximum performance in push-pull mode.

Topped off with a tube of Noctua's proven NT-H1 thermal compound, NH-U12P SE1366 forms a complete premium value package that's backed up with 6 years manufacturer's warranty and contains everything you need in order to achieve superb quiet cooling performance on Intel Core i7 CPUs.

Price and availability:
The NH-U12P SE1366 will be available in week 47 at a recommended retail price of EUR 56.90 / USD 64.90.
 
 
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08-04-2005, 11:28:27

Jim

Again, that's not a single 3.5" drive... lol




No, but c'mon....surely u'd rather have 10 hard disks in ya rig than just 1.

1 hdd makes it look like a dell pc ;)

08-04-2005, 18:01:48

unknown
let him go he only wants 1 3.5" drive n no i dont think there avaliable

08-04-2005, 18:14:29

FragTek
[QUOTE=XMS]No, but c'mon....surely u'd rather have 10 hard disks in ya rig than just 1.

1 hdd makes it look like a dell pc ;)[/QUOTE]

hahaha true true :) don't want anything that looks like a dell :cool:

4 x 1Tb SATA drives in RAID 5 would be OMFGTHEUBERSEXIESTSHITEVER... ???... Just nod and say yes. I wonder what the seek time no a 10k RPM 1Tb drive would be, 12-15ms? Higher perhaps?

08-04-2005, 19:17:59

PV5150
This provides you with 1Tb, but isn't SATA and its external
http://www.lacie.com/products/product.htm?pid=10462
Apart from that there aren't any I can find, IBM are working on drives with'millipede technology' that will give you more than that-but at a huge premium. :)

08-04-2005, 19:38:59

FragTek
[QUOTE=PV5150]This provides you with 1Tb, but isn't SATA and its external
http://www.lacie.com/products/product.htm?pid=10462
Apart from that there aren't any I can find, IBM are working on drives with'millipede technology' that will give you more than that-but at a huge premium. :)[/QUOTE]

Ooooh, that's close! It's a single drive. I give it 6-12 months until we see a 1Tb 3.5" dive :)

14-04-2005, 21:52:08

bloodthirst
ive seen Dell servers with single 1 terabyte hard drives, but i think you can buy terabyte hard drives for servers, mabye you could put it on your PC

14-04-2005, 22:10:43

FragTek

ive seen Dell servers with single 1 terabyte hard drives, but i think you can buy terabyte hard drives for servers, mabye you could put it on your PC



Find me some links to 3.5" 1Tb drives and i'll give ya some reps :D

14-04-2005, 22:19:39

bloodthirst

14-04-2005, 22:23:53

FragTek
[QUOTE=harmonicgen007]http://www.betanews.com/article/Hitachi_1_Terabyte_Hard_Drives_Coming/1112634635


2007 :([/QUOTE]

Damn! Well, reps for trying :)

14-04-2005, 22:24:42

bloodthirst
thanks mate anytime
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