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Noctua Finally Did It | NH-D15 G2 Launching, Thermosiphon, & Fans


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so thats interesting 🙂

 

 

 

 

 

 

Looking forward to some tests but at 150 usd its kinda ewwww... and brown :happy_clap: but on the other side, all the fans i have from them are running 24/7 for 6+ years and they are still kicking..  and the orldest one is running 10 years now 😄

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Supposedly a few degrees difference from the NH-D15 which is enough for me to upgrade because I'm not going watercooling anytime soon.

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I like that there is still enough space for improvement and i like as well the approach of them that first they make some runns and sells of the brown version and if everything goes well the  they release the black one… 

 

but as wrote already, cant wait for realtime testing and reviews :wheee:

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48 minutes ago, Memmento Mori said:

I like that there is still enough space for improvement and i like as well the approach of them that first they make some runns and sells of the brown version and if everything goes well the  they release the black one… 

 

but as wrote already, cant wait for realtime testing and reviews :wheee:

 

Ah, didn't catch that.  I'll wait for the Chromax version but I look forward to whatever progress can be made for those of us still using air cooling.  That said, much like you I've never had a single product or fan from Noctua fail and they all run like they did day one.  

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Oh, wow. It's actually real!

 

Will definitely be picking one of these up after reviews etc. I'll stop air cooling when I'm dead. 

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22 hours ago, SoloCamo said:

Supposedly a few degrees difference from the NH-D15 which is enough for me to upgrade because I'm not going watercooling anytime soon.

For the best. It's an addiction with questionable returns on performance for money spent these days outside some outliers.

 

But I'm still gonna do it. Send Help. 😂

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Update: all 3 variants of the default brown / silver colour scheme are now available for purchase. $150 USD. 

 

All-round version (most flexible solution): https://www.amazon.com/Noctua-NH-D15-G2-All-round-Recommended/dp/B0D5B6MXJF/

Low base convexity (AMD preference): https://www.amazon.com/Noctua-NH-D15-G2-LBC-Specialised/dp/B0D5B5B821/

High base convexity (Intel preference): https://www.amazon.com/Noctua-NH-D15-G2-HBC-Specialised/dp/B0D5B4KWMD/

 

Edit 2: Review from GN

 

 

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its a nice cherry on the top if you dont mind the collor scheme and the price tag.... Otherwise i would not go for it..  im kind of a TR fan and yes buy better fans - slap them on a TR and you will be 1/2 of the noctua price tag and call it a day :happy_clap::excited_w00tbrows:

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1 hour ago, Memmento Mori said:

its a nice cherry on the top if you dont mind the collor scheme and the price tag.... Otherwise i would not go for it..  im kind of a TR fan and yes buy better fans - slap them on a TR and you will be 1/2 of the noctua price tag and call it a day :happy_clap::excited_w00tbrows:

 

Pragmatically, I agree. Outside of budget, you have to admit that there is no other supplier like Noctua in the PC space which can offer that level of engineering, build quality (tolerances), and validation / longevity testing. 
 

I added 3 of their fans 120mm fans to my rad a couple years ago and couldn’t be happier.

 

Excited for the case fan / square frame variant of the A14x25 fans. All for the brown theme fans but it would be nice to buy a black heatsink with standard fan colours.

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