Noctua, the world leader in air cooling solutions for the PC, today officially announced three new heatsinks designed to work with the TR4 socket and the SP3 socket, which will house the AMD Ryzen Threadripper and AMD EPYC processors.
New Noctua Heatsinks for Threadripper and EPYC
The new Noctua heatsinks are based on the existing NH-U14S, NH-U12S and NH-U9 , the modifications consist of a new mounting system compatible with the TR4 and SP3 sockets along with new heatpipes covering the entire surface of The new AMD processors based on Zen microarchitecture.
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The copper base of these new models reaches dimensions of 70 x 56 mm which is more than double the standard in the heatsinks of the manufacturer, this has been necessary to cover the entire IHS of AMD’s Threadripper and EPYC processors. These three new models from Noctua offer users an excellent alternative to air cooling the most powerful processors from AMD, there are many who do not want to put a liquid on their PC and this prestigious manufacturer of heatsinks know for what has worked thinking in them.
Of course, the huge size of the base of these dissipators does not make it possible to be used in the rest of platforms of both AMD and Intel. Another detail to note is that these new models have a height between 3 and 6 mm higher than the standard models to improve compatibility with PCIe slots of motherboards. They all have 6 years warranty.