Noctua NH-P1 handles passive cooling of processors with a TDP of 125W

Noctua NH-P1 handles passive cooling of processors with a TDP of 125W

Noctua introduced the NH-P1 passive cooler, preliminary information about which appeared at the beginning of the month.

Designed specifically for fanless systems, a cooler designed specifically for fanless systems is capable of cooling modern low-to-moderately heat-dissipating high-performance processors in cases with good natural convection, Noctua says. To further improve performance, or for semi-passive configurations in which fans are only turned on when needed, the NH-P1 can be equipped with a low-speed 120mm fan, such as the NF-A12x25 LS-PWM, introduced concurrently with the NH-P1.

The NH-P1 is more than just a conventional radiator without a fan: it has much thicker and widely spaced fins to provide the high weight and minimum airflow resistance needed for efficient natural convection cooling.

Product dimensions are equal to 158 x 154 x 152 mm, weight – 1180 g. Its design includes a copper base connected by copper heat pipes with aluminum radiator fins. The connections are brazed and the copper parts are nickel-plated against corrosion.

The included SecuFirm2 + mount provides compatibility with processor sockets LGA2066, LGA2011-0, LGA2011-3, LGA1200, LGA1156, LGA1155, LGA1151, LGA1150, AM2, AM2 +, AM3, AM3 +, FM1, FM2, FM2 + (requires a back plate) and AM4. The kit also includes NT-H2 thermal paste, NA-CW1 napkin, NM-SD1 screwdriver, fan brackets and an emblem that can be used to decorate the PC case. The chiller is covered by a six-year warranty.

The above-mentioned NF-A12x25 LS-PWM fan rotates at a speed of 450-1200 rpm. When connected via a step-down adapter, the maximum speed is 900 rpm. The fan capacity reaches 55.7 m3 / h (with a reduction adapter – 39.4 m3 / h), the noise level does not exceed 12.1 dBA (7.6 dBA).

Noctua NH-P1 handles passive cooling of processors with a TDP of 125W

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