It took a while, but Noctua has finally released its first fanless passive heatsink, we are talking about the Noctua NH-P1, a cooling system that we could already see in the initial prototype phase during Computex in 2019. Two years later, the company already has the final version, which should be available in stores in the next few weeks.

Noctua NH-P1 design is quite simple, since there are 13 thick aluminum fins crossed by six 6 mm thick copper heatpipes.

Noctua NH-P1

Of this beast, details of great relevance such as its dimensions are still unknown, it was already listed by mistake on the Newegg store, but at least we know that it is capable of handling very high TDPs to the point of being compatible with any current consumer CPU. If you want to improve performance, you can add a NF-A12x25 LS-PWM fan, since the company indicates that it is practically inaudible and helps to reduce temperatures slightly.

The known information of the Noctua NH-P1 is completed with a SecureFirm2 + mounting system compatible with the Intel LGA1700, LGA1200, LGA115X, LGA20XX and AMD AM4 and AMx / FMx sockets. This heatsink was listed at a price of 100 dollars, the price to pay for anyone who wants a system that does not generate any noise from CPU cooling solution.

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