Noctua Cooling Competition - Winning Entries

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 Noctua Cooling Competition

More Winning Entries

2nd Place winner Chudleys entry is very much worth a watch, keep an eye open for the latest and greatest Batman & Robin to make an appearence!


3rd Place but still an NH-D14 winner is Alien/ScottyMcGroogerballs, we are pretty sure he changed his forum name on the off chance he might win! Alien is a relative new comer to the OC3D forums, his twisted mind coupled with too much spare time and oodles of imagination has meant he settled in pretty fast! The original photoshop entry was good, but it was the awesome sauce that really cracked it for him!

Heres part of his first entry (there were quite a few images!)

Noctua Cooling Competition - Winning Entries  Noctua Cooling Competition - Winning Entries


Here is the entry that we felt clinched the top spot for him though,  I can see this being used in the future for stag nights and birthdays - oh joy!


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14-08-2010, 11:02:51

My current cooler is a Noctua. It's a bit pants on AMD and therefore I would like to try one of their new coolers just to see if it performs better on AMD.

I love my Noctua, it's the Saab of PC components, but I can't afford to replace it with a more expensive one as it cost me a pretty penny.

There. That's my entry Quote

14-08-2010, 11:19:29

I have a ZALMAN that gives me a load temperature of 82°C at 4GHz with an E5300.

In order for me to actually overclock I need a better cooler

I must say Tom, you're looking mighty fine today Quote

14-08-2010, 11:19:49

Currently using a Thermalright Ultra 120 eXtreme on the LGA775 platform. It's a great cooler but it is really out of date now and there are much better offerings on the market. I need to keep my system as cool as possible as it is an overclocking rig. I test the maximum potential of the system on air cooling with a low multiplier and maximum FSB wherever possible. The cooler the CPU, the better it works. If I could shave off 5 to 10c using a Noctua I'd be very, very pleased!

Yo, Toonshorty, no spicing up Mr Logan!

I've tested the Noctua NT-H1 and it is a great thermal paste.Quote

14-08-2010, 11:22:04

Im sure photos, videos and a bit of effort might help everyones chances. A couple of lines of text isnt very impressive Quote

14-08-2010, 11:26:19

I like to run my system fast and quiet and I've spent a ton already trying. Noctua stuff is the best when it comes to quality and noise, I have a NF-P12 and its great. The NH-D14 looks amazing and exactly what I would like to buy if I could afford it right now to replace this:


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