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Noctua and Coolink are sharing a booth once again. Both have new products and prototypes on display. Starting with Noctua, the have various upcoming coolers and fans. The first is the NF-S12B, which will replace the current NF-S12. It features a redesigned blade, which translates into more airflow and pressure at the same noiselevel. The retail version will come with the normal brown fan blades unlike the black of the prototype. The "Sandwich" prototype cooler can hold a 120 mm fan inbetween two arrays of fins, which draw the heat away from 6 mm heatpipes. It is not quite finished yet and the company is working on something special for this cooler, but is tight lipped about any details, to protect itself from "copy cats". Noctua is also working on a new mounting system for their coolers. It will be compatible with any of their units all the way back to 2005 and will be offered as a free or very low cost upgrade to those with the old system.



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Why not keep the blades black? It looks so much better. I have been meaning to give their fans a try. Maybe I'll wait for these.
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post #3 of 12
Fan sandwich

sorry, couldn't resist.

looks a bit like IFX-14 and Xigmatech/OCZ heatpipe tech.
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whats the point of that double heatsink demonstration, on fan blowing hot air into the other heatsink, i think thats sending the wrong messgae
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whats the point of that double heatsink demonstration, on fan blowing hot air into the other heatsink, i think thats sending the wrong messgae
I think that is just a disply. What dual socket mobo has the sockets that close? Also, assuming that the first HS doen't have the ability to completely saturate the air with its heat load, the 2nd would still cool adequately. Not as good as a single, but if you had a case where you needed 2 HS's that close, what else can you do?
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Some nice looking heat sinks here.
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I love noctua products - but beige and brown is the ugliest color scheme of any product I've personally bought. I just don't get it
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I think they do that unique color scheem because when you see a fan that color you will know its a Noctua. Its unique to there name.
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I've seen this somewhere before...?
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Wonder why they're using the wrong fans on their heatsinks. Those are their older fans which don't have very good air pressure. Their newer NF-P12's have much better pressure.
 
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