Again at Computex 2019, once we visited Noctua at its sales space, we noticed an idea CPU heatsink, a monolith, with a passive design. In lots of circles together with followers of silent and passively cooled techniques, it is a extremely anticipated announcement, and though there’s nothing official from Noctua but, the brand new NH-P1 has been noticed on an inventory at Newegg by FanlessTech.
The Noctua NH-P1 contains a utterly fanless design, and though there is no official phrase on its TDP ranking but, we noticed the idea cooler at Computex 2019 maintaining an Intel Core i9-9900K cooled in a check system. The 9900K for reference has a PL1 ranking of 95 W, and a PL2 ranking of 210 W, so we all know it has some critical cooling potential for a passive cooler.
The Noctua Idea Fanless CPU Cooler at Computex 2019
As with different Noctua CPU coolers, it consists of its SecuFirm2+ mounting system which is suitable with Intel’s LGA1200, LGA115x, and LGA1200xx sockets, and in addition permits assist for AMD’s AM4, AM3+, AM3, AM2, and FM2 sockets. The finer specifics of the design are at present unclear, however Noctua does provide a tube of its newest NT-H2 thermal paste with it, in addition to a restricted six-year guarantee. Noctua does not suggest overclocking because of the restricted cooling properties of a passive design, but it surely can be used with Noctua’s followers, with grooves that permit customers so as to add followers with its retention brackets.
On the time of writing, Newegg has pulled the itemizing from its web site, which suggests it might have jumped the gun, however we do count on the Noctua NH-P1 to be introduced imminently. The Newegg itemizing had the Noctua NH-P1 at $100, which suggests it is not going to be low-cost, but it surely targets a distinct segment market.