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Noctua NH C14
7.8 out of 10

Noctua NH C14

Successor to the award-winning NH-C14, the NH-C14S is an elite c Read more

Best Price: £70.05

Reviews for Noctua NH C14

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Overall 10

This thing works great. It is super quiet

Greg, Amazon
19 July 2015
  • Summary: This thing works great. It is super quiet, basically silent, and keeps CPU temps down. I've had it for 4 years now on a i7 2600k, mild overclock. This cooler may interfere with your DIMMs - in my setup I can run 2 DIMMs, which is not a problem for me.
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Overall 10

This thing is massive

Dustin H "The Mech", Amazon
6 June 2015
  • Summary: Core I7-3820 quad cores 8 threads 3.6GHz GTX 770, 4x 4GB Viper Extreme. (Tall RAM and this cooler FITS PERFECTLY with the bottom fan on!) Cooler Master Elite 431 Mid Tower Bought this to replace my dead water cooler (pump died) - wanted to stay away from the headache & anxiety of water cooling...
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Overall 10

Very good cooler

53rdcard, Amazon
29 May 2015
  • Summary: Super quiet, and keeps my cpu cool, cant ask for much more then that, however, it is VERY big, it wont go over the ram i have so i had to turn it around, and it just barely fit that way.
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Overall 10

For the heat transfer enthusiast

Agustin l., Newegg
29 March 2015
  • Summary: Get this if you want to overclock.
  • Pros: This is the best heat transfer device I have ever bought. 100% worth the investment. It outlasted the system it was bought for and installed well into a new system after over two and a half years of continuous use. It gives a secure, forgiving install. The best advantage over the CM Hyper series ...
  • Cons: Obviously large footprint. The versatile mounting options do not make up for the massive size and exacting installation. Will often require removing the motherboard and in general requires attention and patience when installing. Cannot use both fans and RAM with tall heat spreaders. I prefer to l...
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Overall 10

included a surprise

Daniel B., Newegg
19 March 2015
  • Summary: I made a paper template before purchasing this large cooler to check for clearance in my case.
  • Pros: I was surprised to find an extra (optional) support bracket that was not pictured or mentioned by other reviews I have read. The bracket is easy to install with 2 supplied screws. This support bracket is to help protect from damage when moving your PC. I see no reason not to use it, even if you d...
  • Cons: none
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Overall 10


Aaron Wright, Amazon
7 March 2015
  • Summary: This fit perfectly in my Lian-li PC60 case. I had some doubts as it is bigger than it looks in the pictures. This lowered my CPU temps from 50 degrees with the stock Intel cooler to 25 degrees. Very nice. The other fans in the case barely have to operate anymore.
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Overall 8

Quiet but Huge fan

Russell L., Newegg
5 March 2015
  • Summary: On the other hand, being forced to remove some ram caused me to discover an issue with the ram I had. That was a very good thing to discover! Now, I actually have the usable amount near what it was before. Serendipity.
  • Pros: Nearly dead quiet on the lower setting. Keeps it plenty cool.
  • Cons: Big. Really big. Had to remove some ram to get it to fit. There should be a warning and fan dimensions so any buyer will understand how installing it will impact other items in your case.
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Overall 6

overkill, huge, expensive, great service, but my fans were noisy

C B, Amazon
4 February 2015
  • Summary: mine came with noisy fans; they make a grindy sound unless on very lowest voltage/speed. Noctua customer service nicely and promptly offered to exchange them, but frankly the time and cost and hassle to ship is more than simply picking up replacement fans.
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Overall 10

great cooler, especially with limited space

Raymond M., Newegg
11 January 2015
  • Summary: tests on other websites show that there is little difference between running 2 fans and using only the top fan (bottom fan only shows a more significant difference). so, if you have RAM with top fins, its not a big deal to remove the bottom fan (which has the added benefit of being somewhat...
  • Pros: •this is a great alternative to the D14. while the performance isn't quite as good, it is one of the best if you clearance issues with the tower style HSF (in my case, the GPU placement on my motherboard is the limiting factor for tower style units) •as expected, great Noctua quality •comes with ...
  • Cons: •Noctua fans are not pretty, and it is very visible through the side window of my case •included fans aren't PWM
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Overall 2

Much better options out there

Devon H., Newegg
23 December 2014
  • Summary: Over all I would suggest any buyer looking to get a decent heat sink to STAY AWAY from this ugly piece of junk. Not worth the money spent on it and you surely are better off with a stock CPU heat sink or possibly anything else.
  • Pros: The cooling works.
  • Cons: There's a lot of cons with this heat sink -Huge pain to install, definitively have never had this much trouble and frustration installing a heat sink. Instructions were not clear and I had to find a video just to realize that there were tiny holes in the heat sink to get to the screws. -This thin...
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