Back at Computex 2019, when we visited Noctua at its booth, we saw a concept CPU heatsink, a monolith, with a passive design. In many circles including fans of silent and passively cooled systems, this is a highly anticipated announcement, and although there's nothing official from Noctua yet, the new NH-P1 has been spotted on a listing at Newegg by FanlessTech. The Noctua NH-P1 features a completely fanless design, and although there's no official word on its TDP rating yet, we saw the concept cooler at Computex 2019 keeping an Intel Core i9-9900K cooled in a test system. The 9900K for reference has a PL1 rating of 95 W, and a PL2 rating of 210 W, so we know it has some serious cooling potential...
Noctua's New NT-H2 Thermal Compound
Noctua has today unveiled its new NT-H2 thermal compound, as well a new cleaning solution with the NA-SCW1 cleaning wipes. The NT-H2 looks to improve upon the already existing...38 by Gavin Bonshor on 1/29/2019