The holy grail for the extremely sound-sensitive user must still be the ability to run their computer completely without fans. This is fully workable on power-efficient systems intended for mobile phones and ultraportable computers, but when it comes to high-performance processors in desktop construction, heat generation is a much tougher best to tame.
Today we thought we would take a closer look at Nocuta’s first attempt to develop a processor cooler that is designed to run completely without fans. On the menu is the model NH-P1, a mastodon-sized piece with a weight of almost 1.2 kg, which with the right conditions regarding chassis and component selection must be able to passively cool processors with TDP values all the way up to 125 W.
Source: SweClockers by www.sweclockers.com.
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