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Noctua NH-D14 SE2011 LGA2011 Heatpipe Cooler W/ 140MM & 120MM PWM Fans
Very Good
Below Average
Rating: 9.2/10
With 15 User Reviews

Review Date: 04/02/14
Cons: pricematch needed

Pros: good quality cooling performance
well made and easy straightforward install

Review Date: 06/13/13
Cons: Big, but not really a problem

Very easy to install, and keeps the cpu close to 20C

Review Date: 01/29/13
Cons: the color? They should offer more variety, maybe its their trademark

Pros: everything, is so good, worth the price
Quiet as a dead person, really really good, good airflow to the cpu, keep oc cpu under max load at a good 65C

Review Date: 01/14/13
Cons: on my asus sabertooth x79 it went in good but its blocking some of my memory slots if u have memory with heat spreaders. have not tried a regular memory stick but it looks like it would fit but i would have to take the heatsink out. also blocks the pcie slot on it.

Pros: this is a big cooler that allows lots of airflow with the 2 fans and went together real easy
good heatsink if you have the right motherboard. just watch for how close your ram slots and pcie slots are to your cpu

Review Date: 01/12/13
Cons: - Large, may cover ram slots (if it does, ram needs to have height of 44mm or less to fit under it)

Pros: - very quiet- keeps CPU nice and cool- easy to instal
I bought this along with an MSI Big Bang Xpower II, and an Intel i7 3930k. It was very easy to install, only taking me a few minutes.It covers a few of the ram slots on the MB, but standard size DIMMs still fit underneath it. I was able to instal my Mushkin DIMMs just fine (prior to mounting this cooler of course!).Haven't tried overclocking yet, but running my 3930k at stock speed, I get idle temps (PC meter) around 30 degrees C. After running Intel Burntest for 30 minutes, temps were holding steady around 60 - 64 degrees (ambient room temp around 20).

Review Date: 12/25/12
Cons: nope

Pros: great for ocing
This is hands down one of the best cooler you can buy. Lots of overclocking potential.

Review Date: 12/25/12
Cons: none

Pros: low low temps, quiet
This is a heck of a cooler, it really keeps the temperatures down. It moves a lot of air, and pretty reliable so far. If you have an overclocked system, then this is the cooler for you.

Review Date: 11/26/12
Cons: None

Pros: Excellent cooling, essentially top of the food chain as far as air coolers or even most AIO water units. I know some people hate it, but I personally like the fan colors.Included thermal paste is actually quite good. I got better temps with it than AS5.
Keeps my 1090T under 50c no matter what. Highest its gotten with this cooler, clocked to 4.2 under Prime95 was 48c; Fans were turned all the way up, of course. This cooler also runs quiet if you want it to, just plug in the resistors it comes with or use a fan controller. It's a beast, the cooler itself weighs nearly 3 pounds, and you'll probably need at least a chunky mid tower case to fit it. The top of it cleared the side fan on my HAF 922 by the thickness of a piece of paper; so for a comfortable fit a full tower case is nice. It's awesome in my HAF 932.

Review Date: 07/13/12
Cons: It's pretty big, and doesn't give too much room to work with your system once it's installed.

Pros: Beast of a cooler, one of the best in its class
Installation first of all.. while fuss free in theory, it wasn't as smooth of a job to do. The spring loaded screws are way too difficult to work with, and it took me ~30 minutes to get them to fit in correctly. I made sure initially to check compatibility with my RAMs, and it seemed to have enough room for it just like it said online, but i didn't expect the fan clips to get in the way of my video card. fortunately, I can create  the space by bending the excess clips a little inwards, but a little flawed by design. Cooling performance is apparently very good, but i don't have something to compare it with.

Review Date: 05/23/12
Cons: FANS ARE SUPER UGLY. Doesn't match with my obsidian 800DSuper bulky and big.

Pros: Beats some pre-packed liquid cooling units by around 5 degrees Celsius. Great for semi-extreme overclockers, heard some people even OC'd it to 5ghz stable.Large surface area. More surface area = more, faster, better dissipation.very durable construction, noctua makes one of the best coolers out there.Price is good for OC'ers.Quiet fans, (120mm).
Overall good cooler. Don't reccommend for non-overclockers. b/c that's just stupid if you don't overclock with it. As it is obviously designed for. Also for the quiet freak, without sacrificing performance. Need a large case like my obsidian 800D by corsair to fit this monster.

Review Date: 05/12/12
Cons: This thing is large. Very large. Beware if you have RAM with heatsinks that extend more than a couple mm above their boards, as they may not fit underneath this cooler's heatsink. Expect it to occlude four of the eight memory slots on a typical LGA 2011 board.

Pros: This cooler does the best job of all the air coolers I have ever used while managing to remain incredibly quiet.
In the event you need a LGA 2011 mounting bracket Noctua are happy to ship one to you. Just look for its part number, NM-I2011, on their website and fill out the form the page links to.

Review Date: 04/10/12
Cons: Large & heavy, need low profile ram on X79 motherboard.

Pros: Quality construction, quiet, cools well
This is probably the best air cooler on the market. The mounting hardware is top notch, it runs very quiet and cools effectively. My 3820 at 4.6 ghz runs 65-70C when smp folding. .

Review Date: 01/29/12
Cons: Very big. Will not fit some cases. Barley fits inside a Silverstone TJ07. Fan retention clips can make contact with PCB of video card. Will not work with some mobos.

Pros: Disapates heat very well. Quiet if using motherboard's fan control.
I bought this cooler to use for testing a 3960X system until water cooling parts are configured.The cooler works well for an air cooler as I was able to clock the 3960X as high as 5249mhz with it.A draw back is that if your #1 PCI-E slot is directly below the cooler, the fan retention clips can make contact with the video card occupying slot 1. This was the case using the NH-D14 on an ASUS Rampage IV Extreme motherboard. I had to wrap the clips with electrical tape to prevent shorting.Also, this cooler is such a colossal, it just barley fit inside a TJ07 case. There will be issues using this cooler on X79 systems with tall DDR3 memory sticks such as Corsair Dominator GT. I used some RipJawsZ and the outside fan cooler rests on top of the first memory modual.

Review Date: 01/25/12
Cons: - Freakin HUGE

Pros: + Best air cooler out there+ Great price
I've used the LGA 1366 version of this in the past and it's simply amazing. It blows about of the water (pun intended) every single pre-made of closed loop liquid cooling solution out there. Only way to beat it is with a custom 700-800 system. Runs silent and keeps a Core i7 3930k at around 30C idle (about 10C cooler than a Corsair H100, which is LOUD)Only thing is, it's quite large so be sure to have a full tower in order to fit this thing. I know everyone before me has already said that it's big but there's no hard in emphasizing it - it really is that big.

Review Date: 01/24/12
Cons: - Pretty big (can be difficult to uninstall it)

Pros: - Great performance for a fan cooling- Very quiet- Very solid- Easy to install
This fan cooling is one of the best I ever used! Very quiet, and great cooling performance! I recommand it for people who don't want to do a watercooling kit, and want a near close performance than a watercooling.
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Product Features

Cooling Fan 120mm Fan
140mm Fan Heatsink

Noctua CPU Cooler for Intel
Optimize your CPU cooler with the Noctua CPU Cooler for Intel. This CPU cooler comes with 6 heat pipes for outstanding cooling performance. Plus, with 140mm and 120mm fans, it delivers a steady flow of air to keep your CPU cool even during extended use. Order the Noctua CPU Cooler for Intel today!

What It Is And Why You Need:

  • 6 Heatpipes; outstanding cooling performance
  • 140mm and 120mm Fans; provides a steady flow of air to keep your CPU cool

Product Specifications

ModelNH-D14 SE2011
TypeFan & Heatsinks
Fan Size140mm and 120mm
CompatibilityLGA 2011
Bearing TypeSSO
RPM1200 RPM (NF-P14 PWM), 1300 RPM (NF-P12 PWM) (+/- 10%)
900 RPM (NF-P14 PWM), 900 RPM (NF-P12 PWM) (with Low-Noise Adaptor +/- 10%)
Air Flow110.3m/h (NF-P14 PWM), 92.3m/h (NF-P12 PWM)
83.7m/h (NF-P14 PWM), 63.4m/h (NF-P12 PWM) with Low-Noise Adaptor
Noise Level19.6 dB(A) (NF-P14 PWM), 19.8 dB(A) (NF-P12 PWM)
13.2 dB(A) (NF-P14 PWM), 12.6 dB(A) (NF-P12 PWM) with Low-Noise Adaptor
Heatsink MaterialCopper (base and heat-pipes), aluminium (cooling fins), soldered joints & nickel plating
Physical Spec
Fan Dimensions140 x 140 x 25 mm
120 x 120 x 25 mm
Weight900g (1240g with NF-P12 & NF-P14)
FeaturesVoltage Range: 12V

Input Power: 0.96W (NF-P14 PWM), 0.6W (NF-P12 PWM)

Award-winning NH-D14 high-end cooler with 6 heatpipe dual radiator design.

Dual NF-P14/NF-P12 PWM premium-grade fan setup for superior quietness and long-term stability.

SecuFirm2 LGA2011 mounting System and High-end Thermal Compound (NT-H1).
Package Contents
Package Contents1 x NF-P14 PWM premium fan
1 x NF-P12 PWM premium fan
NT-H1 high-grade thermal compound
SecuFirm2 Mounting Kit for LGA2011
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