Posts Tagged: NH-D14

Noctua NH-U14S Heatsink Review

Noctua is famous for its tandem twin-tower heatsinks, starting with the NH-D14 and proceeding to the wider NH-D15. But now Noctua has brought a single-tower heatsink, the NH-U14S, to the 140 mm market. It keeps the fans clear of installed random access memory. Can a single-tower heatsink compare with the big dual-tower offerings? Let’s put the NH-U14S to the test and see how it measures up. Read on. Read More

Noctua NH-D15 Heatsink Review

The biggest new heatsink from Noctua is the NH-D15. It is even wider than the NH-D14, and it comes with two NF-D15 PWM fans that spin up to 1500 RPM. The NH-D15 also comes with two RC-7 Low Noise Adapters so that the heatsink can run silently. Is this the best air-cooled heatsink? Let’s find out. Read More

Testing PWM Fan Combinations on the NH-D14

Here we will look at a variety of 120 mm PWM push fans on the Noctua NH-D14 while using two different 140 mm PWM fans in the center. Noctua has sent three PWM fans so we finally have what I need to make some comprehensive comparisons Read More

Hotrod Heatsink: Faster Fans for the Noctua NH-D14

Let’s say you really want to overclock your CPU, and you want to cool it with air. You know that the Noctua NH-D14 is a very good heatsink, designed for quiet cooling; but you want more. Can you get better cooling from a D14? Let’s find out. Read More

Noctua NH-D14 Heatsink Review

It’s due time to reexamine Noctua NH-D14 heatsink, widely considered one of the best air coolers on the market, with the powerful (and hot) 2600k under the hood. Read More

Six Premium Heatsink Shootout

I will be looking at 6 different heat pipe cooling solutions with this review, with retail prices ranging from the mid-$30 range to $100. All have been looked at by other sites at one time or another, but generally are tested on a dedicated test stand setup. I will be a bit different as I am going to test them in a case on a working system and see if any surprises will be found. Read More