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Highlights from Noctua at Computex

Category: Trade Shows/Conventions
Posted: June 16, 2012 11:43AM
Author: CheeseMan42


Noctua had a booth at the recent Computex trade show in Taiwan, and has now posted a summary for those unable to attend. The highlight of the show was the first look at its new fan that includes Active Noise Cancelation, the NF-F12. Noctua hopes that these fans will be available for purchase in the second half of 2013. Several other fans from the A-series were also on display, showcasing the aerodynamic design technology known as Flow. The A-series will be available in September of this year and will come in a variety of sizes from 40mm to 140mm. Several new heatsinks were also on display, ranging from massive dual tower units to low profile coolers designed for mini-ITX enclosures. The D-series will feature two towers and 7mm heatpipes to remove the maximum amount of heat from your CPU. The U-series features a single tower and will be available in 92mm, 120mm, and 140mm models. Head to the Noctua site to get a look at all the pictures and some video from Computex.




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