Available from Noctua's retail partners
Noctua has now finally released black (chromax.black.swap) versions of its popular NF-A12x25 fan and the NH-U12A CPU cooler.
A dual-fan cooler with recognizable brown fans
Although it was spotted earlier, the Asus RTX 3070 that was created in cooperation with cooling expert Noctua has been leaked online, by none other than the Asus Vietnam Facebook group.
With LS-PWM fan for semi-fanless systems
Noctua has now officially announced its NH-P1 CPU cooler which is an all-passive solution but will be offered with an optional NF-A12x25 LS-PWM 120mm fan for a semi-fanless option.
Listed over at Newegg for $100
While we are waiting for Noctua to officially announce their big passive CPU cooler, the same one was spotted over at Newegg.com for $100.
Most likely at Computex 2021
It appears that Noctua's passive CPU cooler will be launching soon.
First redux series CPU cooler
Noctua has officially launched its new redux series, with the NH-U12S as the first redux series CPU cooler, promising the same cooling performance as the original but at a lower price point.
Computex 2019: 1.5kg heavy and can handle Core i9-9900K
Among other things, Noctua showed an interesting and massive prototype passive CPU cooler at the Computex 2019 show, one that can handle up to 180W and can passively cool down Intel's Core i9-9900K.
A successor of the praised NH-U12
Noctua has unveiled its newest NH-U12A premium CPU cooler which is the 5th generation of the U12 series CPU cooler and should, according to Noctua, rival the performance of many 140mm CPU coolers while maintaining the profile and compatibility of a 120mm CPU cooler.
NH-L12S and NH-L9a-AM4 for HTPCs and SFFs
Noctua has unveiled two new low-profile CPU coolers that are actually successors of the earlier available NH-L9a and NH-L12 but now have proper support for AM4 socket and AMD's Ryzen CPUs.
Proper base for the TR4 and SP3 sockets
Noctua has unveiled three CPU coolers that have a proper design to cool AMD's new massive Ryzen Threadripper and EPYC series CPUs on TR4 and SP3 sockets, the NH-U14S TR4-SP3, NH-U12S TR4-SP3 and the NH-U9 TR4-SP3.