Noctua Releases the NH-C14 Premium CPU Cooler

"Premium cooling solutions creator Noctua today introduced their exquisitely designed new CPU cooler – NH-C14."

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Premium cooling solutions creator Noctua today introduced their exquisitely designed new CPU cooler – NH-C14. The cooling solution has been designed as a highly customizable, premium-class top-flow one that continues Noctua’s tradition of highly efficient, quiet cooling.

The NH-C14 sports a six heatpipe c-type design. It comes equipped with Noctua’s highly capable NF-P14 FLX 140mm fans that together with the six heatpipes, bring exceptional air flow and cooling to all CPU components. Both fans can be custom installed and configured such that one is on top and the other underneath the fin-stack. This allows the cooler to deliver maximum performance in dual fan mode or work in a lower profile or provide maximum component clearance in single fan modes.

When a single fan is used underneath the fin-stack, the NH-C14 reaches up to a slim 105mm in height – a perfect solution for those restricted spaces and HTPC applications. If only the top fan is used, the cooler leaves as much as 65mm of clear space for chipset coolers and RAM modules that require high heat-spreaders.

The entire set up has been thoroughly dabbed with a tube of Noctua’s award-winning NT-H1 thermal compound and clubbed with the company’s Low-Noise and Ultra-Low-Noise Adaptors (U.L.N.A.). Also present is the professional SecuFirm2 multi-socket mounting system, which makes the NH-C14 compatible with LGA1366, LGA1156, LGA1155, LGA775, AM2, AM2+, and AM3 sockets.

Talking about the new cooler package, Noctua’s CEO Mag. Roland Mossing said, “Our NH-C12 coolers are renowned to rank among the most capable top-flow cooling solutions on the market, so we're truly proud to offer a further substantial improvement in quiet cooling performance with the new NH-C14. This model really closes the gap to good tower coolers while being much lower in height and ensuring better component cooling.”

The NH-C14 will be going out to retailers in the first week of December with a suggested price tag of $84.90.

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13-11-2010, 17:23:50

dipzy


You mean this one?,
http://www.evga.com/products/moreinfo.asp?pn=015-P3-1589-AR



Thats the one, when is it comming out, can't find it in the UK?

13-11-2010, 17:25:49

thestepster
u realise its a wc card?

13-11-2010, 17:28:01

dipzy


u realise its a wc card?



yes, im going to watercool soon and also going to upgrade my gpu so im looking to get this one from evga, i don;t know the release date though

13-11-2010, 17:29:36

thestepster
ok dude was just makin sure u knew it was a wc one b4 u bought it :lol:

what kinda loop u using? single double? rads? pumps? tubing? size of tubing?

13-11-2010, 17:39:37

dipzy


ok dude was just makin sure u knew it was a wc one b4 u bought it :lol:

what kinda loop u using? single double? rads? pumps? tubing? size of tubing?



:lol: ive been kepping an eye for when this cards going to be released :lol:

im going to use two seperate loops, one for the gp and one for the cpu as im also going to upgrade to 6-core i7 next year.

Since my case is the silverstone fortress 2, there is no room for the radiators to fit inside so im going to have them mounted externally on a phobya radiator stand.
In there im going to have one phobya G-changer 360 radiator for i7 970 cpu and one phobya xtreme quad radiator for the GTX 580(going to add a second card later next year).

For the pumps, im most likely to go with the swiftech mcp655, one for each loop.

Tubing wise, im thinking of getting clear tubing size 3/8 and put uv reative coolant or get uv reative tubing instead.

13-11-2010, 17:42:36

thestepster
good choice on the cpu mate, best hex intel out there

as for ur rads mate a 360 might be overkill unless ur going for an utterly stonking overclock on it, plus the 580 isnt a hot bugger like the 480 ull prob get away with a 360 on that

13-11-2010, 17:44:19

dipzy


good choice on the cpu mate, best hex intel out there

as for ur rads mate a 360 might be overkill unless ur going for an utterly stonking overclock on it, plus the 580 isnt a hot bugger like the 480 ull prob get away with a 360 on that



will the 360 cope with 2 x gtx 580's in SLI?

13-11-2010, 18:27:39

thestepster
not sure mate to be honest but it should be fine since its not a super hot card unless ur about to clock the balls of them

14-11-2010, 05:20:50

dipzy


not sure mate to be honest but it should be fine since its not a super hot card unless ur about to clock the balls of them



True that they are not hot cards, i still got a few week to think about it before i start ordering the parts.

14-11-2010, 09:08:18

thestepster
well b4 u buy it mate stick a post up on here with what your going to run and the proper watercoolers will tell u the best parts for the specs u want 2 run they will always put you in the right direction B)
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