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It definitely is bigger.
Specification differences:
NH-D15(with fans) = 165x150x161mm(H,W,D), 1320g, 2x NF-A15 PWM 1500rpm 140,2 m³/h 24.6dBA
NH-D14(with fans) = 160x140x151mm(), 1070g, NF-P14 / NF-P12 1200/1300rpm 110,3 / 92,3 m³/h 19,6 / 19,8dB(A

NH-D15 is 5x10x10mm bigger; 250g heavier; 200/300rpm faster; 40m³/h more air (guessing) and is almost 5dBA louder at full speed

There are 2 NF-A15 fans;
The 1500rpm version supplied with coolers.
And the 1200rpm one we can buy.
Deepor found this in NH-U14S manual there are two versions of A15
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Please note that while the NF-A15 fan included with NH-U14S runs at 1500rpm, Noctua recommends using the standard 1200rpm retal version as a rear fan in push/pull mode as the combination of 1500rpm at front and 1200rpm at the rear will provide the best balance of performance and acoustics.

If you would like to run both fans at same speed, please use the supplied Low-Noise Adaptor on the front fan to reduce the speed to 1200rpm.
See here, second page, middle column; "Adding a second fan": http://noctua.at/pdf/manuals/noctua_nh_u14s_manual_en.pdf

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[Official] is really a joke. Fractal Design Case Club thread has over 11,000 post and is not [Official] rolleyes.gifbiggrin.gif

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[Official] is really a joke. Fractal Design Case Club thread has over 11,000 post and is not [Official] rolleyes.gifbiggrin.gif

The [Official] Haswell thread is dead and the original post stopped updating BEFORE Haswell came out. My thread has 12,000+. Go figure. ;)

 

I want to see D15 reviews and I want to see them now! NOW!!!! :mad:

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Specification differences:
NH-D15(with fans) = 165x150x161mm(H,W,D), 1320g, 2x NF-A15 PWM 1500rpm 140,2 m³/h 24.6dBA
NH-D14(with fans) = 160x140x151mm(), 1070g, NF-P14 / NF-P12 1200/1300rpm 110,3 / 92,3 m³/h 19,6 / 19,8dB(A

NH-D15 is 5x10x10mm bigger; 250g heavier; 200/300rpm faster; 40m³/h more air (guessing) and is almost 5dBA louder at full speed


Doyll can you give us a rough estimate of delta t we can expect between NH-D14 and NH-D15 ? Thanks.

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Doyll can you give us a rough estimate of delta t we can expect between NH-D14 and NH-D15 ? Thanks.

The D15 around 1-5°C cooler, This Is An Estimate.
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In my opinion, maybe 2-3c cooler under load compared to the NH-D14.
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Doyll can you give us a rough estimate of delta t we can expect between NH-D14 and NH-D15 ? Thanks.
I would guess it will perform better but really don't want to guess. Hopefully some will be reviewed soon.

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First review of NH-D15
http://www.modders-inc.com/noctua-nh-d15-dual-tower-cpu-cooler-review/
Very similar performance to PH-TC14PE even though NH-D15 uses 1500rpm 82.52cfm NF-A15 Premium fans compared to first generation PH-TC14PE using 1300rpm 78.1cfm PH-F140TS fans. Current PH-TC14PE coolers come with 1300rpm 88.6cfm PH-F140HP fans. Assuming this review is accurate, with improved PH-F140HP fans now used on PH-TC14PE, it should easily be equal to, maybe even slightly better than NH-D15.

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