Noctua launches four new heatsinks for the Xeon W-3300

Noctua launches four new heatsinks for the Xeon W-3300

Known primarily for its quiet air cooling systems, Noctua recently unveiled a new range of heatsinks for Intel Xeon W-3300 'Ice Lake-64L' processors on LGA4189 socket. The family includes four heatsinks with 90, 120 and 140mm fans and are designed for both workstations and servers.

All products feature large aluminum radiators with many thin fins perforated by multiple copper heatpipes. nickel plated which are soldered to the copper base. Depending on the exact model and its performance requirements, cooling systems are equipped with one or two fans designed to be as quiet as possible. All heatsinks come with a pre-applied thermal compound.

Noctua's LGA4189 range of coolers includes the following models:

Credit: Noctua The huge NH- tower heatsink U14S DX-4189 features six heatpipes and a single 140mm NF-A15 PWM fan that spins from 300 to 1500 RPM to generate an airflow of 140.2m³ / h producing a maximum acoustic noise of 24.6 dB (A). The device weighs 797 grams and is intended for large workstations with lots of space and good airflow.

Credit: Noctua The NH-U12S DX-4189 tower cooler is equipped with five heatpipes and two 120mm NF-A12x25 fans that rotate from 450 to 2000 rpm to produce an airflow of 102.1 m³ / h and a maximum acoustic noise of 22.6 dB (A). This is the most performing of the Noctua line for processors on LGA4189 socket and is intended for classic workstations. For such machines, two fans can actually be an advantage since if one fails, the other will continue to run. The device weighs 1,018 grams.

Credit: Noctua The NH-U9 DX-4189 is a relatively compact tower cooler for smaller workstations. The unit is equipped with six heatpipes and two NF-A9 fans that rotate from 400 to 2000 RPM to generate an air flow of 62.6 m³ / h emitting a noise level of 22.8 dB (A). The product weighs 895 grams.

Credit: Noctua The NH-D9 DX-4189 4U is essentially an alternative version of the NH-U9 DX-4189 that features a different heat sink with four server-optimized heatpipes 4U. This model offers noticeably higher performance, but is considerably louder (up to 30.6 dB (A)) as its NF-A9 fans spin from 400 to 2500 RPM to generate 96.3m³ of airflow. h. However, since we're dealing with a 4U server cooler, very few people will actually be bothered by their sound.

All new models come with Noctua's SecuFirm2 mounting mechanism with anti -tilt, T30 PEEK Torx nuts and LGA4189-4 (P4) CPU carrier frame. A Torx T30 mounting tool is included. For users who already have previous generation heatsinks, the company offers the NM-i4189 mounting kit which will make the heatsinks compatible with the latest processors and motherboards.

Noctua NH-P1, the first passive heatsink of the Austrian company, it is also available on Amazon!

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