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Noctua NH-P1 Fanless Passive CPU Cooler + Noctua NF-A12x25 LS-PWM 12025 Fan $59 + Shipping / $0 CC @ Computer Lounge


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price is $59 all together

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  • good deal, the fan is worth $45 and cooler is $200 at pbtech - this cooler is ranked number 1 on pricespy lol -
    you could run 65watt cpu with this.

  • I dont need this but ordered one

  • Great deal, if i don't alrady have a NH-D15 i would definately get this.

  • +1

    Make sure you case/ram is compitable.

  • Is now $99

  • Now $99. Sounds like that might still be a deal - so could edit to $99 or just expire

  • Dammit I could have done with some of those fans, I guess I'll look on trade me next week 😂

    • Were you planning to buy a lot of heatsinks with the free fans and then resell the heatsinks or something? Because you could only add one free heatsink per fan, by itself it wasn't a good way to get the fans.

  • Got mine today, wasnt sure if they would honor

    • I'm sure it wasn't a price error, this cooler is huge and can only cool a 65W cpu so not very popular.

      • +1

        yea just put it in my server, same temp as my intel cooler.

        • That's why they bundle it with a fan :)

      • Not sure why its the most popular on pricespy. Unless you don't have any fans at all in your case the silence isn't that much better than getting an oversized cooler so it runs at a lower rpm.

        • How do you or pricespy know it's popular? What data do you have?
          This cooler retails for $200 and no one's buying it to cool a CPU that has a TDP over 65W, and no one's buying it to cool a cheap cpu.
          The point of the fan is not to run at a low rpm, a 120mm fan running at low rpm is useless. The fan is to be set only kicks in when temp reaches 80/85 so you will have silence under normal load and full rpm when under load.

          • @kyogui: I would guess they have some kind of analytics but still seems strange for them to place it as the most popular cooler. The passive nature means it's not very effective at removing heat and it seems to be a big tradeoff compared to just using an oversized cooler that will run at a lower rpm under load if you are that concerned about noise. The cooler seems to actually be designed to be fanless, so bundling in the fan seems out of place.

    • Yup great for server, replacing my stock Intel as well

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