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Noctua NH-D15, Premium CPU Cooler with 2x NF-A15 PWM 140mm Fans (Brown)

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  • State-of-the-art dual-tower design with 6 heatpipes and 2 fans provides class-leading cooling performance for overclocking or near-silent systems
  • Successor of the classic NH-D14; more than 250 awards and recommendations from leading international hardware websites and magazines
  • 2 highly optimised NF-A15 140mm fans with PWM support and Low-Noise Adaptors for automatic speed control and ultra-quiet operation
  • Includes high-end NT-H1 thermal paste and SecuFirm2 mounting system for easy installation on Intel LGA1150, LGA1151, LGA1155, LGA1156, LGA1200, LGA2011, LGA2066 and AMD AM4, AM3(+), AM2(+), FM2(+)
  • Renowned Noctua quality backed up by 6-year manufacturer’s warranty, deluxe choice for Intel Core i9, i7, i5, i3 (e.g. 10900K, 10700K, 10600K, 10980XE) and AMD Ryzen (e.g. 3950X, 3900X, 3700X, 3600X)

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Built on the basis of the legendary NH-D14 and carrying on its quest for ultimate quiet cooling performance, Noctua's flagship model NH-D15 is an elite-class dual tower cooler for the highest demands. Its expanded heat pipe layout and two premium grade NF-A15 140mm fans with PWM support for automatic speed control allow it to further improve the NH-D14's award-winning efficiency. Topped off with the trusted, pro-grade SecuFirm2 multi-socket mounting system, Noctua's proven NT-H1 thermal compound and full 6 years manufacturer's warranty, the NH-D15 forms a complete premium quality solution that represents a deluxe choice for over clockers and silent-enthusiasts alike. NH-D15 should be used with standard height RAM (up to 32mm).

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23 April 2020
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5.0 out of 5 stars Great cooler, but not for smaller cases.
By pekkle on 23 April 2020
My Ryzen 7 2700x runs rather hot (given my ambient temperature is 30 - 34 degrees Celsius (depending on the weather). As such, the temperature is around 52 degree Celsius on idle and around 85 degree Celsius at load on my previous cooler (Arctic Freezer 34 eSports Duo, a great budget cooler). I'm using a Cooler Master NR400 with 6 case fans installed so I know that it's not my case that's causing the temperature issues.

Installation was relatively simple and the fans were quite simple to install even though I have limited space in the case (too lazy to remove the motherboard for installation). I had to remove my GPU and 1 top case fan to ease the process.

Idle temperature didn't change much (as expected) running at 49-50 degree Celsius but at load, my Ryzen 7 2700x maxed out at 74 degree Celsius. That's an 11 degree Celsius difference! Really happy with the results. Highly recommended.
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Mr Irwin
5.0 out of 5 stars Works great with the i9 9900k.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Works great with the i9 9900k.
Reviewed in the United States on 9 March 2019
I'm pairing the Noctua NH-D15 with the i9 9900k and the results are fantastic. My CPU is running stable at 5 GHz on all 8-cores with average idle temps between 32-37 degrees C and 50-65 degrees C during gaming. For other workloads, it typically is in the 40-49 degrees C range. I would highly recommend using the supplied thermal paste from Noctua as well since it is a high-quality paste that is non-conductive. It also was able to work with Corsair's Dominator Platinum RGB memory. The only modification I had to make was that I moved the first fan to the opposite end of the heatsink but in terms of performance, this has had no negative impact. If you prefer air-cooling like I do and want fantastic cooling, look no further. I also have to commend Noctua for exceptional packaging of materials They protect all of the components in the box with a large amount of padded protective material and everything comes in a fairly rigid cardboard box which protects the packaging contents. The product itself and even the package it comes in scream quality. If I build another system I'll buy another NH-D15, they truly make the best stuff.
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5.0 out of 5 stars No need to look any further. Buy it! Aces every category in performance, craftsmanship, and ease of installation.
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5.0 out of 5 stars No need to look any further. Buy it! Aces every category in performance, craftsmanship, and ease of installation.
Reviewed in the United States on 29 June 2016
I recently decided to swap over from my Corsair H60 Push/Pull setup. I had bought it when I was running my AMD 8350 FX. When I swapped over to an i7 4790k 2 years ago the H60 did an ok job with it as well. Not as stout as on the AMD because of the increased thermals from the i7.

After lots of research I decided a Noctua cooler was going to be the next upgrade for my PC. Having never purchased a Noctua cooler before I didnt know what to expect. My research reading reviews and watching videos gave me a good idea though and the quality looked top notch. So once I made the decision I just had to decide on a compatible model for my motherboard and CPU socket. I went to Noctua's site and saw the compatibility for my Gigabyte Z97X UD5H Black Edition board. Clears the ram channels with ease. So I ordered it.

Arrival: So when I got the package from Amazon, I dont think I had a proper appreciation for just how large this thing is. I wondered what I had gotten myself into when I opened it up. The packaging from Noctua is top notch. All the components are individually encased and the total contents is surrounded by foam. The company has taken great care to ensure your purchase arrives in pristine condition.

I unboxed all the components. Looked at the instructions for my chipset 1150 and began breaking down my old cooler. Truth be told it took longer to get the H60 off my system than it did to get the NH-D15 installed. The instructions are precise and clearly written so its easy to understand. They depict two ways to orient the radiating tower so you can decide the best approach for your case and hardware. The brackets are well made and all metal. No plastic there so you can be assured that this will not flex on your board or chipset. It will have a firm back plate to secure to. I moved the fans to the left on mine so that I didnt encroach on any wiring and possibly nick a cable later breaking a fan blade.


Once I fired up my PC I was blown away. I have never heard a silent computer before. Yet there it was. Up and running and not even a whisper of sound out of anything, not the GPU, not the CPU, and not my SSD's. It almost gave me cause for alarm. I had to look inside and make sure everything was actually running. I have been doing computer builds for 16 years and as a sysadmin I have never experienced something so whisper quiet.

Performance: Where the rubber meets the road... what I bought it for after all. So my first test to see how it would perform was with Autodesk 3DS Max. I fired up one of my render scenes. Previously running a HD render of a simulated model would make the H60 scream. I fired off my first render and watched the temps and kept an ear out for increase in sound and cooler load to the fans. The fans never made a peep, if they increased in RPM and demand they certainly didnt let me know about it.

Temps for my system:

Upon boot after installation and a few hours of breaking in -

Idle Min - 18C
Max Temp: 57C (During Render at Max CPU usage)
Average Temp: 20C

Those temps looked great so I went on to do some gaming. I started with GTA-V

Startup took under a minute and loading about as long. I swapped my games over to a dedicated SSD earlier in the week. Max temp during GTA-V at max settings. 48C. My GPU runs 20C hotter than the CPU. If I could get NOCTUA to make me a GPU cooler I would do it in a heartbeat. The performance is just unreal.

If your case and board can support this cooler I recommend it. I dont think there is anything better on the air cooler market. The quality, design, ease of installation, and performance are a perfect 5 across the board in my book. When I build my next rig the cooler will be a Noctua without question.
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