Noctua fanless CPU cooler delayed to Q1 2021

Posted on Friday, Jul 31 2020 @ 13:58 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
Fanlesstech reports Noctua's passive processor cooler has been delayed to Q1 2021.

First shown at Computex 2019 over a year ago, this is a 1.5kg beast that should be able to handle CPUs with a TDP of up to 120W. The heatsink uses thick 1.5mm aluminium cooling fins and has six copper heatpipes. At Computex 2019, Noctua said this cooler can cool chips like the Intel Core i9-9900K.

It was supposed to be out later this year but the COVID-19 pandemic and complexity to manufacture this cooler has pushed it back to Q1 2021. When it's finally out, it should be the most powerful passive CPU cooler on the market.

Noctua fanless processor cooler


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