The Noctua NH-P1 heatsink is designed for passive cooling of “regular desktop processors”

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On the Newegg website, a Noctua NH-P1 radiator was spotted, designed for passive cooling of processors. The product is designed to be compatible with memory modules and power components on most motherboards. It includes a nickel-plated copper base, connected by six heat pipes to a giant block of aluminum fins. The huge surface area of ​​the plates provides sufficient cooling without the use of fans.

The Noctua NH-P1 heatsink is designed for passive cooling of

According to Noctua, the heatsink copes with the heat generated by “regular desktop processors.” These include Intel Core i9-9900K, Ryzen 7 2700X, etc. In other words, most 10th and 11th Gen Intel processors (excluding the K-series) and AMD Ryzen 3000 and Ryzen 5000 processors with up to 8 cores should work just fine with this heatsink. For processors with a higher TDP, one or two 120mm fans can be installed on the heatsink. Supported processor sockets include LGA1200, LGA115x, LGA2066, and AM4. The novelty costs $ 100.

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