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Noctua NH-D15 SSO2 D-Type Premium CPU Cooler $118.99 Delivered @ Newegg AU

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  • +13 votes

    We stan Noctua here.

    • +1 vote

      what dis mean?

      • +19 votes

        It means we’re fans

        • +2 votes

          I upvoted you, but I want you to know I wasn't happy about it.

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          Fans of Noctua fans

    • +5 votes

      100%

    • +4 votes

      I have 6 noctua's in my home
      I think I qualify as a fan

      • +5 votes

        That's for their QA team to decide when you're ready to ship.

    • +3 votes

      Noctuas are like brand-name high wattage 80+ gold modular power supplies.

      Once you realise they last for a decade or two, over multiple builds, you can see the bargain in paying $100 more and getting a really good one instead of buying 4 cheapo ones.

  • +3 votes

    any luck on the u12a?

  • +1 vote

    Bought this from newegg a couple weeks ago, shipping was insanely fast.

  • +1 vote

    Wasn't it always $119?

    • +1 vote

      Yes, it's been this price for a while.

  • +2 votes

    Normal price la~
    I would not be surpised if price above $100…

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    Vouch, really good cooler. However, ran into some clearance issues, but swap out the fan for a smaller one. Works perfectly.

  • +1 vote

    FYI, $170 at Scorptec, so it's a bargain in my books.
    https://www.scorptec.com.au/product/cooling/cpu-coolers-air/...

    • +2 votes

      Ye it was always cheaper buying noctua from newegg, I'm pretty sure the black version of this model is also cheaper than the stores here in aus.

  • +1 vote

    Ugly yet so quiet and reliable. I love this.

  • -2 votes

    damn boy this cpu cooler costs more than my cpu

    • +4 votes

      Hello, is that you Intel Celeron E1400 dual core?

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        10100f master race

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    These are great performers and quality, but i've strayed over to AiO water coolers after seeing the load these put on a motherboard, and just being annoyed by the pure bulk.
    It never caused any actual faults, but was just annoying to work around and clean.
    Arctic 240 / 280 / 360 AiO coolers can be had for ~$40-$80 more, they review well, perform well and are generally less hassle.
    Just my 5c
    I think both are great products, and this is a pretty sharp price for this model Noctua.

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      Yeah, I have my doubts that the motherboard is designed to support this sort of weight.

      Noctua does too - they say motherboard must be flat and heatsink assembly removed before moving case.

    • +8 votes

      generally less hassle

      Until the day when it starts to leak…

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        A concern i shared… but after my last AiO is 8 years and going strong.
        I've never heard of it happening to an AiO.
        Only ever heard of it when someone has made a mistake with a fitting in a DIY loop.
        I can't rule out a leas as something that might happen, but based on how ubiquitous they are now with no reports on AiO leaks i'm aware of when an AiO is sourced and installed properly i don't really consider it any more.
        Faults from motherboard flex, whilst not happening to me personally, have happened.
        So i guess there are risks either way.

    • +6 votes

      are generally less hassle.

      1000% untrue, the d15 I got a few weeks back was 1000 times easier to install vs my arctic 280 aio in my gaming pc.

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        Fair enough.
        I had exactly the opposite experience.

    • +6 votes

      AiO will last a few years.The Noctua will last your next 5 builds

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        8 years and counting for my last one, and still performing better than an air cooler.

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      I've done the opposite, went from Noctua, to AIO, then custom loop and back to air cooling. Performance wise, not too much difference for daily usage.

      After the hassle with water-cooling and installation, I'm happy that I've returned back to air coolers. Using deepcool assassin 3 and been happy with it. But mind you I do have a eATX case that lays flat so spacing isn't an issue.

      With mATX builds or smaller, AIO are much better with the limited air flow/cooling.

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    Whats SSO2 D-Type, a new revision?

    • +1 vote

      2nd gen sso bearing.

  • +3 votes

    Hi rep, it's a dupe (https://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/578711)
    Any chance of a better price to make it truly a new deal? :)

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    This was the normal price of the D15 in 2020 BTW.

  • +3 votes

    Still rocking my NH-D14. Runs like a dream.

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    What;s the difference between versions? I already have an A15 cooling my H212. Is S version just a single fan? Also.. I have AM4.. they all support AM4…

  • +1 vote

    aka AIO Killer

  • +1 vote

    I've purchased a bunch Noctua coolers for myself and family and love them all (NH-D14, 4x NH-D15s and 2x NH-9L. Replaced my NH-D15 with an NH-D15 Black Chromax. Keeping my 5900X chill right now and I never have to worry about my pump failing or liquid leaking.

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    No mention of how many dB the fans make? I got a Be Quiet Pure Rock for $50 and I can't hear it at all.

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      you cant compare dB between fans? how would you even do that, it makes no sense. this cooler is probably the quietest on the market with stock fans

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    Measure out your case & RAM before getting this.

    RAM modules with heatsinks that are too high won't fit in.

    The specs says it's 160mm high but with the fans it's 165mm and it can be higher if you need to move the fans to fit the RAM.

    Mine is 6yrs old, runs like new even though the computer is pretty dusty.

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    Available in-store at Newegg Australia.

    How do I go in store