Summary: Noctua has launched two new CPU coolers, the NH-U14S TR5-SP6 and NH-D9 TR5-SP6 4U, designed for AMD's TR5 and SP6 sockets, with superior acoustic efficiency and a SecuFirm2 mounting system tailored for TR5/SP6 sockets, available for purchase from October.
- Noctua's superior acoustic efficiency, making them ideal for noise-sensitive environments
- NH-U14S TR5-SP6 features six heatpipes, a fin surface area of over 6000 cm², and two highly optimized NF-A15 140 mm fans
- NH-D9 TR5-SP6 4U is designed to fit most 4U rack-mount enclosures
Noctua, the cooling solutions manufacturer, has just launched its latest offerings: the NH-U14S TR5-SP6 and NH-D9 TR5-SP6 4U CPU Coolers. These coolers are specifically designed for AMD’s TR5 and SP6 sockets, which are compatible with the recently launched 7000 series Threadripper HEDT and Threadripper PRO workstation processors, as well as the 8004 series EPYC server CPUs.
The NH-U14S TR5-SP6 is a 14 cm cooler that boasts maximum cooling performance while operating at minimum noise levels. On the other hand, the NH-D9 TR5-SP6 4U is a more compact 9 cm cooler that offers excellent efficiency and is fully compatible with 4U-sized enclosures. Both models are equipped with Noctua’s superior acoustic efficiency, making them ideal for noise-sensitive environments such as audio/video production, content creation, and engineering.
Noctua’s Threadripper and EPYC coolers have been widely recognized as top choices for AMD-based workstations and servers since their introduction in 2017. With their proven design and the new SecuFirm2 mounting system specifically tailored for TR5/SP6 sockets, these new TR5-SP6 models are optimized to fully leverage the power of the new Threadripper and Threadripper Pro processors.
The NH-U14S TR5-SP6 features six heatpipes, a fin surface area of over 6000 cm², and two highly optimized NF-A15 140 mm fans, ensuring exceptional cooling efficiency with minimal noise. This makes it an ideal choice for building cutting-edge, ultra high-performance workstations that operate silently.
On the other hand, the NH-D9 TR5-SP6 4U is designed to fit most 4U rack-mount enclosures, making it perfect for powerful yet quiet server builds.
Both cooler models come pre-applied with Noctua’s award-winning NT-H2 thermal paste, ensuring a seamless installation process and optimal thermal interface between the processor and the heatsink.
To further enhance compatibility, Noctua has also introduced the NM-TR5-SP6 mounting kit, which allows users to upgrade their existing DX-4677, DX-4189, DX-3647, and TR4-SP3 series coolers to support the new TR5/SP6 sockets found on TRX50 and WRX90 motherboards.
The NH-U14S TR5-SP6 is priced at EUR 129.90 / USD 129.90, while the NH-D9 TR5-SP6 4U comes at EUR 119.90 / USD 119.90. The NM-TR5-SP6 mounting kit is available for EUR 19.90 / USD 19.90.
All these new products will be available for purchase from the beginning of October through Noctua’s official Amazon store. So, if you’re in need of a premium cooling solution for your AMD-based system, Noctua’s latest offerings are definitely worth considering.
About AMD: AMD, a large player in the semiconductor industry is known for its powerful processors and graphic solutions, AMD has consistently pushed the boundaries of performance, efficiency, and user experience. With a customer-centric approach, the company has cultivated a reputation for delivering high-performance solutions that cater to the needs of gamers, professionals, and general users. AMD's Ryzen series of processors have redefined the landscape of desktop and laptop computing, offering impressive multi-core performance and competitive pricing that has challenged the dominance of its competitors. Complementing its processor expertise, AMD's Radeon graphics cards have also earned accolades for their efficiency and exceptional graphical capabilities, making them a favored choice among gamers and content creators. The company's commitment to innovation and technology continues to shape the client computing landscape, providing users with powerful tools to fuel their digital endeavors.AMD Website: https://www.amd.com/
AMD LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/amd/
About Noctua: Noctua is an Austrian company founded in 2005, specializing in premium PC cooling and cooling-related components. They are highly regarded for their high-performance, low-noise cooling solutions, including CPU coolers, fans, and thermal paste. Noctua is known for its dedication to quality, innovation, and providing efficient and silent cooling solutions for PC enthusiasts and professionalsNoctua Website: https://noctua.at/
Noctua LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/noctua-cooling-solutions/
CPU: The Central Processing Unit (CPU) is the brain of a computer, responsible for executing instructions and performing calculations. It is the most important component of a computer system, as it is responsible for controlling all other components. CPUs are used in a wide range of applications, from desktop computers to mobile devices, gaming consoles, and even supercomputers. CPUs are used to process data, execute instructions, and control the flow of information within a computer system. They are also used to control the input and output of data, as well as to store and retrieve data from memory. CPUs are essential for the functioning of any computer system, and their applications in the computer industry are vast.
EPYC: EPYC is a technology designed by computer chip manufacturer AMD for use in the server and data center industry. It was introduced in June 2017 and features an innovative design to improve performance and power efficiency. EPYC processor technology is based on an innovative 14nm processor architecture, allowing up to 32 high-performance cores in a single socket. This allows for more efficient processing power, increased memory bandwidth, and greater compute density. EPYC is now widely used in the data center and cloud computing industry and provides benefits such as greater scalability, increased resource efficiency, and advanced virtualization capabilities. Additionally, EPYC technology is used in data intensive servers like server farms, gaming, and virtualization platforms. EPYC ensures that even with large deployments in multi-processor environments, power consumption and performance levels are optimized to ensure maximum efficiency.
SP6: SP6 (LGA 4844) is a zero insertion force land grid array CPU socket designed by AMD supporting its Epyc server processors.Socket SP6 is limited to 32 or 64 cores (Socket SP5 is intended for processors with 96 or 128 cores). SP6 will be physically smaller, as it is designed for processors with TDPs up to 225W. In addition to possessing fewer cores, SP6 has diminished I/O capabilities.
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