One of the most popular air cooling brands, Noctua, has announced the first CPU cooler in its highly anticipated Redux series, the NH-U12S Redux. The Redux series is designed to offer a streamlined and more affordable entry point to some of Noctua's most popular (and sometimes expensive) CPU coolers. Noctua also launches its NA-FK1 Redux second cooling fan kit as an optional extra.
Focusing on the new NH-U12S Redux, Noctua has 'streamlined' its previous NH-U12S cooler by opting for a four heat pipe design instead of five on the previous version. Another difference is that Noctua has opted out of a soldered interface between the heat pipes and the cooling fins and supplies just one NF-P12 Redux 120 mm cooling fan to reduce overall costs.
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Kristopher Kubicki on 1/11/2003
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Kristopher Kubicki on 1/9/2003
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Kristopher Kubicki on 12/2/2002
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Kristopher Kubicki on 11/21/2002
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Kristopher Kubicki on 11/12/2002
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Kristopher Kubicki on 10/11/2002
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Tillmann Steinbrecher on 12/19/2001
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Tillmann Steinbrecher on 9/7/2001
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Tillmann Steinbrecher on 3/7/2001
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Tillmann Steinbrecher on 11/21/2000
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Tillmann Steinbrecher on 7/14/2000
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Mike Andrawes on 4/10/2000
Finding a good case is tough, so when we stumbled across the excellent FK-603, we decided to check out bigger and better things from Fong Kai. Enter the...
Mike Andrawes on 4/5/2000
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Tillmann Steinbrecher on 3/22/2000
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Tillmann Steinbrecher on 3/13/2000
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Tillmann Steinbrecher on 2/21/2000