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NEW Noctua NH-C12 CPU Heatsink

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Here is the latest from Noctua.Not for sale right now.They say it outperforms the Nh u12.
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Nice. Looks like my Enzo.

Any idea on when it'll be for sale? I'd like to see how it performs.
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post #3 of 7
Looks like a similar design to the Enzotech Ultra-X.
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Oh man, I love my Noctua NH-U12. I have long coveted the Enzotech though. This may give me a reason to stick with the same brand.
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I think this might be my next CPU cooler. LoL. It's pretty and has the rubber poles mounting system instead of screws. Could be good!
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post #6 of 7
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There is also a NH U12 Extreme version in the works,with 6 heat pipes.Noctua answer to the ultra 120 extreme.
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Thanks so much for the great news, said the Thermalright Ultra 120 Extreme owner.
Although my version of the Thermalright Ultra 120 Extreme mounting base sits very firm on top of the IHS but becouse it has a VERY convex base, I'm not getting satisfying temp drop. It definetely need to be lapped so it'll have better contact with my lapped IHS...

Anyways, here my question:

If we compare the new NH-U12 Extreme(6 heatpipe, 8mm?) vs the new NH-C12 heatsink cooler, which will outperform the other??

Thx!

*Link:* NH-U12 "Extreme" and UH-C12
http://www.noctua.at/pdf/computex2006.pdf
    
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