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7.5 out of 10

Noctua NH-D14

Combining a massive six heatpipe dual radiator design with an ex Read more

Best Price: £73.95

Reviews for Noctua NH-D14

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Expert Review

5 February 2012
  • Excerpt: It’s that time of year again, all be it we are a little late in reviewing this, that Noctua release a CPU cooler that has all of us hardware freaks…
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NZXT Havik vs Noctua NH-D14 Review

7 December 2011
  • Excerpt: There can't be many readers of OC3D that wont remember the NZXT H2 vs the Fractal R3 face of review we did some time ago. You I'm sure will also remember how badly NZXT reacted to this review. SO badly it has taken us all of this time to finally get a Havik sample out of them, it did cross our minds at one point just to buy one and do the review anyways.
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Noctua NH-D14 Heatpipe Cooler

21 June 2011
  • Excerpt: Noctua aims at establishing a new level of quality and performance "Designed in Austria" through paying attention to the users' needs in a market burdened with all kinds of frills and furbelows and providing sound-optimised premium components, which serve their purpose in a smart, precise and reliable manner.
  • Pros: Quiet, Good performance, Aimed at overclockers, Overclocking on Air (hell yeh)
  • Cons: Expensive, Size interferes with RAM slots
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Overall 10

Noctua NH-D14 and C12P-SE14

15 February 2011
  • Conclusion: Once again, Noctua have produced a pair of products that blows away the competition in every respect. The smaller C12P is easily one of the best coolers I’ve ever used, and while being quite expensive its passable. Its bigger brother takes the performance crown from all previously reviewed coolers, but it does come with a whopping price tag. Still, for their size they’re easy to install, quiet as hell and they look good.
  • Pros: Excellent cooling, Quiet as the best of them, Very simple to install, Looks Impressive, Excellent cooling, Quiet as the best of them, Very simple to install, Looks monstrous
  • Cons: Incredibly expensive
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Noctua NH-D14

TechRadar UK
8 July 2010
  • Excerpt: One look at the Austrian-designed Noctua and you know it means business. For a start, it's something of a giant, featuring two fin stacks and two fans.
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Noctua NH-D14 Review

22 March 2010
  • Excerpt: BOGOF.... Yep thats right, BOGOF or buy one get one free as its otherwise known. How many times have you been walking round the supermarket and bought something just because you get another free? What is it inside us that makes us so happy when we think we get something for free?
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Overall 10
Design 10
Overall quality 10
Installation 8
Compatibility 10
Appearance 10

Expert Review

18 January 2010
  • Conclusion: Sometimes you need to pay more to get the best. Good job from Noctua, Editors Choice Award for this excellent product.
  • Cons: No installation set for adding a third fan
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Noctua NH-D14 CPU Cooler Review

PC Perspective
2 December 2013
  • Excerpt: Noctua is a well known name in the enthusiast world for its high-end CPU cooler products. Their flagship cooler, the NH-D14, features a nickel-plated copper base with dual radiator towers actively cooled by low noise 120mm and 140mm fans. The NH-D14 can be used with all current Intel and AMD CPU offerings. The cooler was put to the test against other similarly classed air and water-based cooling systems to see just how well Noctua's design would hold up.
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Overall 8

Noctua NH-C12P SE14 & NH-D14 Heatsink Video Review

22 August 2013

Noctua NH-D14 SE2011 CPU Cooler Review

15 August 2013
  • Conclusion: Noctua’s NH-D14 (SE2011) costs £62.98 (Overclockers UK), £64.81 (Scan Computers), £67.99 (Quiet PC) and £66.99 (Specialtech) from our preferred UK retailers while in the USA it retails for $89.99 (Newegg). It is important to note the distinction between the Noctua NH-D14 and the Noctua NH-D14 SE2011 version as only the latter will support Intel’s socket LGA 2011.
  • Pros: Class leading performance, Very Quiet, Superb build quality, Attention to detail is phenomenal, Extensive bundle and accessory pack, Price competitive with rival solutions
  • Cons: Size and weight, Cables not black all the way to the motor, RAM obstruction, Beige and Brown not to everyone’s taste
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