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Old 07-06-21, 08:12 AM
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Noctua's Fully Passive NH-P1 CPU Heatsink has been Listed Online

Noctua's first passive CPU cooler is now available.



Read more about Noctua's NH-P1 Passive CPU heatsink.

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Old 07-06-21, 09:18 AM
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Still listed on the roadmap only, and not product pages of //noctua.at


What is the weight of this thing?
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Old 07-06-21, 10:22 AM
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Still listed on the roadmap only, and not product pages of //noctua.at


What is the weight of this thing?
From memory it's 1.3kg-ISH that was when it was demo'd at the last tech fair thing.
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Old 07-06-21, 11:15 AM
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Still listed on the roadmap only, and not product pages of //noctua.at


What is the weight of this thing?
We will have more information when Noctua officially launches this thing.
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Would love to see this tested and reviewed. Given Intel processors run very hot, AMD are better temps but still quite warm,

And GPUs ramping up performance until they heat a nominal temp. That makes your interior pretty toasty.

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Recommended for CPUs with low to moderate heat dissipation (see CPU compatibility list), e.g. Intel 9900K, 9700K, or AMD Ryzen 2700X, 3950X 3700X, 3400G, etc.
is the 9900k really considered moderate? the reviewers created a storm when they demonstrated how hot this got.
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Would love to see this tested and reviewed. Given Intel processors run very hot, AMD are better temps but still quite warm,

And GPUs ramping up performance until they heat a nominal temp. That makes your interior pretty toasty.



is the 9900k really considered moderate? the reviewers created a storm when they demonstrated how hot this got.
I think they are considering these moderate as things like Threadripper exist.
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is the 9900k really considered moderate? the reviewers created a storm when they demonstrated how hot this got.
At Intel spec, kinda. Somewhat large die and pretty short turbo periods.


But who runs them at Intel spec?
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I think they are considering these moderate as things like Threadripper exist.

Some 9900k Systems i have seen get hoter than a Threadrippers with good air cooling.
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Some 9900k Systems i have seen get hoter than a Threadrippers with good air cooling.
Regardless of that, I cannot rightly classify a 9900k as "moderate" in any scenario unless its running idle and on an air cooler.
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