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Page 13 and 14 : http://www.noctua.at/pdf/noctua_computex_2013_press_kit.pdf

If I had to guess, I would say page 13 refers to a new line of low cost coolers, and the prototype they are showing just hasn't been coloured yet.

And page 14 only refers to industrial fans, not consumer products
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When I read the press article about it, they said it would come in those colours. And they won't be low-cost as in bad quality. It will still be Noctua-quality but less stuff in the package etc. for a slightly lower price (and different looks). Which I think is a great idea.

And the industrial fans might find their way to consumers. They will probably be very expensive if they do.
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I'd rather have the worst looking fan in the world if it gives 0.001% more.

The insides of my gadgets aren't exactly under daily face control.
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I love this cooler but it's to Effing wide. I had to turn it facing up or it would hit my Gfx card. In push/pull I can do 1.27v in prime 28.1 and 1.31v in prime 27.9 without hitting 100C on my 4770k. It would probably work better facing the back and wouldn't lean because of weight but what can I do...
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I wish my Tuniq 120 Extreme still made it on these tests. I know it’s still a solid cooler but I never see it compete anymore...
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