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We’ve already written about Noctua’s next gen liquid crystal polymer 120mm A series fan, thin fans, anti vibration mounts, and fan controller, all showcased during Computex. This diminutive cooler is based on on the NH L9a cooler and features a nickel plated copper base and heatpipes bonded to an array of thick aluminum fins. The cooler comes standard with a NF A9x14 fan. The L Type 120mm low profile cooler, even with its fan mounted under the aluminum cooling fins, stands twice as tall as the NH L9 at 70mm. This cooler is equipped with four nickel plated copper heatpipes and comes with a single NF A12x15 PWM slim 120mm fan that can be mounted above or below the aluminum cooling fins.
Noctua also converted a number of existing coolers (NH U14S, NH U12S,
and NH U9) to work with AMD’s Threadripper CPUs. The number of heatpipes, fin count, and heatsink material (nickel plated copper) remain the same as previous versions. Available in both black and white, these heatsink covers feature a half dozen colored inserts that let you customize the look of your cooler to match your system build. Although these shrouds can certainly spice up the look of your cooler, not everything is about cosmetics. Fan shrouds actually help direct airflow through the cooler’s aluminum fins allowing the cooler to dissipate heat more efficiently. The heatsink covers are compatible with NH U12S, NH D15 and NH D15S air coolers. I painted the shroud and fan, not the heat sink. Painting the heat sink would severely impede the cooling of the aluminum. Lots of enthusiasts custom paint their own coolers (and GPU shrouds, cases,
etc.) to make their own builds unique. Anything and everything can be customized.