Noctua white fans delayed to Q1 2022

Posted on Friday, Jun 25 2021 @ 13:14 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
Austrian silent cooling specialist Noctua has updated its public product roadmap. As is a bit typical for Noctua, various of the company's products are once again delayed.

Q3 2021

First up, next quarter we can expect CPU coolers for Intel's LGA4189. This is the socket used for Xeon Scalable products like Ice Lake and Cooper Lake.

Q4 2021

Black versions of the Noctua NF-A12x25 fan and the NH-U12A HSF will not hit the market until the final quarter of this year. That quarter, we can also expect heatsink covers for the NH-U12A, a 24V to 12V voltage converter, and an eight-way fan hub.


The white edition of Noctua's fans, once scheduled for a Q2 2021 launch, are now set for a Q1 2022 release. Next-generation 140mm fans are also planned for the first quarter of 2022.

In Q2 2022, Noctua expects it will have a next-generation NH-D15 cooler as well as a Desk Fan.

Noctua roadmap as of June 2021

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