Noctua displays new series of fans and coolers at Computex 2014

We swing by Noctua's booth at Computex 2014.

Published Jun 8, 2014 4:41 AM CDT   |   Updated Tue, Nov 3 2020 12:16 PM CST
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Computex 2014 - Noctua's booth was bursting at the seams with new cooler technology, as per usual, at Computex 2014. Noctua is a premium cooler supplier that offers coolers not only for consumer applications but for server cooling as well. They also offer a wide range of industrial application fans and other goodies.

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Noctua is working on a new larger fan to be used in case cooling, such as the large side fans we see on a lot of computer cases. The new A-Series fans come in sizes off 80, 90, and 200mm. They feature optimized bearings, optimized acoustic optimization and integrated anti-vibration pads. Thee large 200mm fan is very robust, and its solid construction doesn't bend or flex like other large fans on the market.

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It's always nice to see the TweakTown logo out and about at shows, and Noctua even had a dedicated card with the opinion of our resident CPU cooler guru Chad Sebring. To paraphrase Chad on the NH-D15; "...how can you deny an air cooler that tops all the others on the charts, and does it with less noise than all the rest."

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There was also a 92mm 3U D-type CPU cooler on display that is great for 3U servers.

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Finally Noctua had a 92mm U-type CPU cooler on display. Noctua also has a number of prototypes on display, and look for another post from Chris Ramseyer soon with a deep dive on the new tech coming from Noctua.

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