It is probably going to perform on par with an average twin tower cooler at 1200-1300RPM when used at 2000RPM.
In other words, as long as you aren't going nuts with voltage or using AVX instructions without offsets you ought to be fine with it as you'll remain under ~200W.
The price is iffy though without reviews , most of the price is from the two $30 fans. For $50-60 you can buy a Scythe Mugen 5 or NH-U14S , the former with a weaker 1200RPM fan and the latter having a taller tower with 140mm fan @ 1500RPM.
The fin area and weight is quite similar to the NH-U14S , but it's likely a few percent less fin area vs the Mugen 5 (although the fin area is deeper on the Mugen 5 and the NH-U12A has an extra heatpipe).
Mugen 5 has 39 fins (2.0mm fin spacing and 0.4mm fin thickness) , 85mm depth and 130mm width, around 750g
NH-U12A has over 50 fins , 58mm depth and 125mm width, 760g
(the increase to 58mm from 45mm depth is +29% , heat pipes went up from 5 to 7 which is the largest change, likewise weight went from 580g to 760g which is +31%)
NH-U14S has 51 fins (57 if you count the smaller ones underneath, 0.42mm fin thickness, 1.72mm fin spacing) , 150mm width and 52mm depth, 770g
In essence from the key metrics (heatpipes, heatpipe construction , fin area , and amount of mass) it should do quite well. From VSG's testing on restriction (radiator) the fan outperformed the TY-143 140mm fan https://www.techpowerup.com/reviews/...x25_PWM/5.html
and noise should be lower than 500RPM more on the NF-F12 used on the older NH-U12S. See also https://www.overclockers.com/noctua-...25-fan-review/