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Noctua NH-C14 140mm x 2 SSO CPU Cooler
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Rating: 9.37/10
ross_w@NCIX
Rating:

Review Date: 08/24/13
Cons: pricematch available

Pros: excellent cooling performance
Comment:
very well made and a strong performer.good airflow over your motherboard.cools hot vrm area on lga 2011 boards
Wayland
Rating:

Review Date: 07/25/13
Comment:
Compared to the stock AMD Phenom II 1090T heatsink, this point is quieter on maximum fan speed vs the stock cooler on "Quiet" profile on my Asus' motherboard's fan setting. Only with the fan on deafening max speed with the stock cooler was it able to hold the system around 56-58C with Linx or Intel Burn Test on stock technique settings, the NH-C14 keeps it ӲC degrees cooler and considerably quieter with the low noise adaptors installed (roughly 900RPM). The design and style helps cools surrounding motherboard elements and the footprint and height are additional manageable than the NH-D14 with less difficult to install fan setup (softer tension spring clips that seems to operate superior on other fans). On AMD setups, the mounting brackets do not will need access to the back of the motherboard if it currently comes with a supporting plate on it, it is also less difficult to mount the heatsink compared to the stock clip mounting setup. After finding used to the cooling performance of Noctua's flagship NH-D14, this is a bit of a letdown though not unexpected thinking of it has one much less cooling tower (but larger fin density). Doesn't have almost the same cooling potential as it's major brother, which cools my Intel i7 950 OC'ed to 4.2GHz at ㆁC below Linx/IBT load with dual Scythe Kaze Maru two fans running at 1000rpm on a fan controller (the Scythe pair cools much better and is quieter than the stock fans from my testing). NH-C14 failed to avert thermal shutdown with the same fans running at 1200rpm! I expected a bit better functionality thinking of it's nearly the exact same cost. Due to the fan aiming at the board orientation, it appears top rated case fans are additional helpful than rear ones. Boards utilized are the Asus Crosshair III Formula for AMD setup and the MSI XPower Huge Bang for the Intel setup. Was as well lazy to tone down the Intel setup to see what the temp delta is in between the two coolers at similar heat loads, I may possibly attempt the NH-D14 on the AMD setup to see how much far better that does compared to it though.
Jagger
Rating:

Review Date: 05/09/13
Comment:
Not too massive, really easy to set up. various orientation options. Clear directions. None. Read the guidelines and the set up will take just a couple of minutes.Utilizing it with Antec 7 paste on an i5 2500K. Keeps it at 19-20 C idle, below 30 sustained load with each fans.
Finley
Rating:

Review Date: 04/25/13
Comment:
Fantastic Cooling None
Wyanet
Rating:

Review Date: 03/03/13
Comment:
Cools beautifullyQuietFits (Barely) Mounting (Mostly just a case certain problem) Certainly appreciate this heatsink. I have it mounted on a Gigabyte GA-890FXA-UD7 although I develop up my watercooling rig and it fits snugly involving the SilentPipe NB cooler and the wall of the case (Lian-Li V-2100B) with about 3 mm to spare on either side. It entirely overhangs the RAM, keeping it cool in the procedure, even though nevertheless clearing the MOSFET heatsink. It was entertaining finding it mounted due to my case and motherboard combination. Due to the tight tolerances, if I took the top rated fan off to mount the heatsink, there truly wasn't any way to remount it, and the cross bar for the fan frame was right more than the hole that you put the screwdriver by means of to tighten the mounting screws. When I crossed my eyes appropriate and held my tongue at just the suitable angle, I got the drivers seated into the top of the screw and it mounted perfectly.
Usoa
Rating:

Review Date: 11/24/12
Comment:
Surprisingly quiet even with each fans on high. can configure it in distinct methodscomes with thermal pastequite properly packagedi7 920 @ idle 40 @ one hundred% load for 24 hours strait under no circumstances hit above 60 stock two.8mhz from real tempwith each fans there was nonetheless a lot of room for memory and north bridge cooler. The fan overhangs the memory and blows down on it to aid cool This thing is huge - not truly a con but it is large My ambient temp in the space is high and I nevertheless get great temps. It is pretty easy to install not confusing at all. Directions are written effectively.
ShdSlyr2@NCIX
Rating:

Review Date: 10/27/12
Cons: N/A

Pros: Extremely EffectiveSilent
Comment:
With an i7-3770K Unlocked Ivy Bridge:3.5ghz f 10% load: 11°C4.4ghz f 100% load: 59°CRoom temperature is average, probably 22°C. You can't hear the fans when they're running at max.I don't think anything more needs to be said.
Zev
Rating:

Review Date: 09/08/12
Comment:
Over 25 hours of Prime95, by no means saw temperatures above 35C. The CPU stayed at 30-32C for the initial 23 hours and rose to 34 in the 24th, spiked up to 35C, went back down to 34C, and stayed there for rest of the test. The CPU idles at 15-18C.I tested this cooler with the regular thin coat of thermal compound, and again with the optimized line of compound. Do your study, and use a line optimized for your CPU. The coat got 37C at max, and all about higher temperatures. These temps are working with the integrated Noctua compound.Be conscious that this is a downdraft cooler. This indicates you're getting slightly worse cooling for the CPU in exchange for cooling every thing around the CPU socket, and the RAM. If you want the maximum cooling for your CPU, use the D14. The included screwdriver made screwing down one side a discomfort, due to the fact the appropriate angle manage hit the side of the case and wouldn't rotate any additional. No massive deal on most cases, it typically wont be a problem. ASUS Crosshair IV FormulaPhenom II X6 1100TCorsair XMS 1600MHz 8GB Ɣ x 2GB)ATI Firepro V5800H|T Omega Claro HaloRosewill RNX-N300Silverstone Strider Gold 1000WPatriot Inferno 60GB SSD (boot)Intel X25-M 120GB SSD (file streaming)Seagate Barracuda 500GB (Storage)WD RE16 250GB (Storage)Noctua NH-C14Lian Li Pc-P50
Rayzer@NCIX
Rating:

Review Date: 08/10/12
Cons: - None

Pros: - Idle temp of i5 3570K under 30C- Fairly quiet- Not as big as I thought- Easy to install
Comment:
I was wondering how tight of fit it would be in my mid tower Lian Li case but it left more than enough room on either sides. It performs wonderfully and doesn't produce too much sound. It was easy to install and perfect for mid tower cases.
Amena
Rating:

Review Date: 06/05/12
Comment:
Top-notch packaging, 2 high quality fans, cools CPU, RAM & MB at the identical time, clear instructions, has a lower profile so it can fit in most circumstances (fit inside CM690 ii adv. with a lot of room to spare), quiet at complete fan speed, simple solution for AM3 installation-mounted it to gigabyte 870a-ud3 without possessing to get rid of MB. Sort of expensive, but you get what you pay for.Not truly a con but an opinion-would be good if the fans had been black, or maybe some LED options. I purchased the NH-C14 to replace the stock cpu heat sink in my new pc. I have no plans on more than-clocking but I wanted a greater cpu cooler for piece of thoughts and to shield my investment-plus if I decide to overclock at some point, I can. I'm a total noob to installing anything in computers, but soon after checking compatibility to my mb at Noctua's internet website, I figured it wouldn't be that tough to install, and I was correct! The instructions were clear and uncomplicated to comprehend. The hardest portion was lining up the 2 spring-loaded screws to the mounting bracket (I was working inside my situation, so it was tricky to see) I ended up possessing to use a modest mirror to line the screwdriver up on one particular side. I've only had this in my case for a handful of days, but it is working perfectly and my cpu (amd phenom two 955 blk three.two ghz) temp has however to reach 40c. I totally suggest this cooler for its develop high quality, performance and ease of installation.
SuperFly@NCIX
Rating:

Review Date: 05/24/12
Cons: Tight Fit in midtower case, no 4 pin to 3 pin adapter

Pros: Keeps CPU nice and cool
Comment:
Even though this was a tight fit in my midtower case it went in without a fight (had to remove my PSU before installing). Did not come with a 4 pin to 3 pin adapter so need to purchase a couple of adapters to reconnect the case fans (small price to pay).
Francois_B@NCIX
Rating:

Review Date: 04/10/12
Cons: The size of the unit makes installation difficult

Pros: Noctua qualityLow noise adaptersMounting screws and rubber grommets in case you only use one of the two included fans Improvements over the NH-C12P SE14
Comment:
I am largely writing my review by comparing this to its little brother, the NH-C12P SE14 which I own. As usual you can expect Noctua quality. Tremendous thoughts are put into details such as 2x low and ultra low noise adapter, 3 pin y connector, as well as pre-mounted fans. Now, compared to the nh-c12p, Noctua has added rubber to the tips of the steel wire which is used to mounth the fans to the heatsink. As a result, this is inteaded to reduce noise. I doubt this will reduce the decibles, but its a nice attention to detail. Now the important part, performance. At full load, the i5-2550k cores (1 through 4 respectively, were measured at MAX 41,44,47,45 degrees and averaged 39,41,45,41 degrees with room temperatures at 22 degrees. The drawbacks are the lack of up to date instructions for 1155 sockets (doesn't change anything, but it may be confusing to less experience people who wonder what the 1156 is...) as well as the installation due to size. Its difficult to make it sit properly on the cpu and properly spread the thermal paste due to the size. However, by removing the top fan during installation, and placing it back afterwords, installation was easier.
Hugh_M@NCIX
Rating:

Review Date: 04/07/12
Cons: none

Pros: Great product, good bang for your buck as you could say
Comment:
Great product, good bang for your buck as you could say
Mystryman@NCIX
Rating:

Review Date: 03/27/12
Cons: Cost

Pros: Low profileCools very well
Comment:
Keeps my 2600k under 50C with prime95 running. Great cooler. Cost seems high, but Noctua products are worth every penny.
Robert_S@NCIX
Rating:

Review Date: 03/07/12
Cons: Hard to reach around once in the case.

Pros: Quiet, great performance, tool free fans.
Comment:
Awesome cooler! Quiet and works like a charm. Great performance for the money. Great tool free fans that are easy to remove and adjust.
Dylan Wasney_C@NCIX
Rating:

Review Date: 02/20/12
Cons: -HUGE

Pros: -quiet-excellent cooling-looks good
Comment:
This is a great cooler, that keeps my 2500K running very chilly. The only problem is its size and that it hangs over the RAM slots. Be sure you have low profile RAM or it wont fit.
maniack@NCIX
Rating:

Review Date: 02/07/12
Cons: None.

Pros: High quality product for overclocker who need cooling and silent.
Comment:
I've bought it for my girlfriend pc's and when it start running I said ''I need one!''. My I7 920 run now at 4.4GHz at 42C which is my personnal record.
Ron_k@NCIX
Rating:

Review Date: 02/03/12
Cons: probs could have gotten a better deal with watercooling but this looks sexy anyways

Pros: droped cooling by 10 *C from stock fan, and at least 15 * C on benchmark, love the size it covers all my ram too
Comment:
extremely customizable, only annoyance is you have to remove your motherboard and install a bracket underneath, but then i did notice now my motherboard doesntt quiver when i put in new ram so i guess thats a good thing too love the looks as well
Gixxer@NCIX
Rating:

Review Date: 02/01/12
Cons: Price

Pros: CoolSilentEasy To Install
Comment:
This thing is pretty huge, don't let the picture discourage you, about even with it's DH14 brother in cool, give or take a degree or so. I've got it paired with a 2500k at 4.5 GHz and the temps are extremely low.
Ludeng_Z@NCIX
Rating:

Review Date: 01/31/12
Cons: None

Pros: Powerful fans, massive heatpipe, cool down i7 2600K at 33C at idle and below 60C when fully loaded at 4.5GHz,1.3v Also, the included metal badge is really nice
Comment:
A product that you can feel its high quality. Also, it looks very nice in the window case. Highly recommend.
Cattaman@NCIX
Rating:

Review Date: 01/20/12
Cons: maybe a tight fit depending on your system

Pros: Great performance very little noise
Comment:
Best Cooler i have purchased it will always look to noctua on future upgrades
Darklol@NCIX
Rating:

Review Date: 01/18/12
Cons: - None

Pros: - Various configuration (low profile)- Quality- Cooling temps- Size
Comment:
Needed a nice low profile fan for my HTPC in a small LIAN LI and this Noctua is just perfect. It clears perfectly when in low profile mode. If you have space in your case go for a D14 or U12P for better cooling instead of this one. Anyway Noctua you cannot go wrong I would buy this again anytime.
Magar
Rating:

Review Date: 01/16/12
Comment:
As i mentioned, looks extremely beast. Got this processor today, upgrading from a stock cpu cooler on the i5 2500k, the stock cooler gave me 25-30c idle temps, this cooler is giving me the similar thing. i was expecting an upgrade. but i guess not, it dropped my bios temp by 10c, but that doesn't mean substantially, i care about temps even though running windows, not bios. I paid 90$ for a top rated of the line cpu cooler, and ended up wasting 90$ figuring as it didn't change my temps whatsoever. I know thermal paste can take a while to function right, but they claim the thermal paste they give you is remarkable right out of the tube. I'll give it a handful of weeks and wright an additional assessment both fans are operating appropriately, but imean cmon, i was atleast hoping for it to lower my temps just a Small bit, but nope, 90$ for the same as my stock cooler, which is about 1Ǟ the size of this cooler. It's not broken. it nevertheless cools the cpu, but it just wasn't an upgrade is all. So im just a bit upset i paid so a lot. I would not advocate this product sorry to say.
Colin_C@NCIX
Rating:

Review Date: 12/27/11
Cons: -Price

Pros: -Smaller size than the Noctua DH-Good cooling Performance-quiet
Comment:
You get just slightly less cooling performance than the DH Noctua but it is quite a bit smaller so you can fit in almost all mid range cases. The fans are very quiet when you have the silencer on.
Dylan
Rating:

Review Date: 12/18/11
Comment:
It coolers effectively and it appears to be compatible with a lot of the instances and MB, it is also fairly too. It was very handy that they offer you with a screw driver and thermal compound too! the mounting system is superior too. not truly a con but it blocks my led lights but thats true with all blower type I don't truly hear a differences with the ulna cables almost certainly it was pretty cool either way. My i5 2500k @ 4ghz only runs about 40 @ 100% load and about 30 @ idle whilst i am using low noise adapters.It it kinda straightforward to hit your motherboard while trying to mount this factor w/ the screw driver
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Product Features

Product Specifications

Model
Brand Noctua
Model NH-C14
Spec
Type Fan & Heatsinks
Fan Size 140mm x 2
Compatibility Intel LGA 775 / LGA 1155 / LGA 1156 / LGA 1366, AMD Socket AM2 / AM2+ / AM3 /
Bearing Type SSO
RPM Speed (+/- 10%): 1200 RPM
Speed with L.N.A. (+/- 10%): 900 RPM
Speed with U.L.N.A. (+/- 10%): 750 RPM
Air Flow Airflow: 110.3 m3/h
Airflow with L.N.A.: 83.7 m3/h
Airflow with U.L.N.A.: 71.2 m3/h
Noise Level Noise: 19.6 dBA
Noise with L.N.A.: 13.2 dBA
Noise with U.L.N.A.: 10.1 dBA
Heatsink Material Copper (base and heat-pipes), aluminium (cooling fins), soldered joints & nickel plating
Physical Spec
Fan Dimensions 140 x 140 x 25mm
Heatsink Dimensions 105 x 140 x 160mm
Weight 700g
Features
Features 2 x NF-P14 premium fan

Low-Noise Adaptor (L.N.A.)

Ultra-Low-Noise Adaptor (U.L.N.A.)

NT-H1 high-grade thermal compound

SecuFirm2 Mounting Kits

Noctua Metal Case-Badge

MTBF: > 150.000 h
Manufacturer Warranty
Parts 1 year limited
Labor 1 year limited
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