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

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Item dimensions L x W x H 15 x 16.1 x 16.5 centimetres
Brand Noctua
Voltage 12 Volts
Wattage 1.56 watts
Cooling method Fan

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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
  • 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. 11900K, 11700K, 10900K, 10980XE) and AMD Ryzen (e.g. 5950X, 5900X, 5800X, 5600X)
  • Optional NM-i17xx-MP83 mounting upgrade-kit for Intel’s upcoming 12th gen Core CPUs (Alder Lake-S platform, LGA1700 socket) available separately
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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 heatpipe 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 and Noctua’s proven NT-H1 thermal compound, the NH-D15 forms a complete premium quality solution that represents a deluxe choice for overclockers and silent-enthusiasts alike.

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LGA2066 with NM-I2011
LGA2011-0 & LGA2011-3 with NM-I2011
LGA1200 with NM-i115x
LGA115x (LGA1150, LGA1151, LGA1155, LGA1156) with NM-i115x
LGA775 & LGA1366 with NM-I3 with NM-I3 with NM-I3 with NM-I3 with NM-I3
Xeon LGA3647 X X X X X
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AM2(+), AM3(+), FM1, FM2 (+) X
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Tim Hatchard
5.0 out of 5 stars It’s big… Very big. But also, very cold.
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 10 February 2018
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5.0 out of 5 stars It’s big… Very big. But also, very cold.
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 10 February 2018
I got this cooler as part of a new custom-built desktop for myself. I decided to go all air cooled as my previous computer used two AIO coolers, which were good, but heavy and expensive. I chose this as I researched and found it’s the best in the business; offering incredible cooling performance, while being almost half the price of an equivalent AIO.
Inside the box you get everything you need for installation. Mounting brackets, screws, and even a high-quality screw driver – I didn’t expect that. Also, the included thermal paste did wonders. This, combined with the CPU cooler mean my CPU runs colder than I expected. I didn’t de-lid, as I was scared mainly, but even without my CPU stays well below thermal throttling temperatures.
Installation was easy, even if I did keep putting the brackets on backwards. Follow the simple instructions and you’ll be fine. Just be aware, this is very big. Ensure you have enough space for this to fit over your RAM and I/O section. That being said, there is a slightly raised section on either end to make room for you RAM and I/O which is handy, so it’s very likely that this will fit. It worked with my Asus Maximum X hero and G.Skill RGB ram.
Overall – really happy with my purchase. Much cheaper than AIO and just as good, if not better, performance. It is very big so make sure it fits before buying it. But you should be happy once it’s in!

***If you found my review helpful please don’t forget to mark is as helpful below, thanks!***
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Pier
5.0 out of 5 stars Brrrrrrr... Ma quanto raffredda???
Reviewed in Italy on 12 March 2018
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Monsieur Papa
5.0 out of 5 stars La référence en aircooling, les couleurs en moins !
Reviewed in France on 26 March 2019
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5.0 out of 5 stars La référence en aircooling, les couleurs en moins !
Reviewed in France on 26 March 2019
Bonjour,

J'ai monté ce Noctua NH-D15 en remplacement d'un AIO Corsair H115i Pro RGB dont les performances m'ont déçues.
Comme visible en photo, j'arrive entre 24 et 27° en IDLE sur un i7 8086K non-delid boitier fermé (Phantek Enthoo Evolv ATX TP Black) ce qui est excellent avec environ 20° de température ambiante dans la pièce.

Côté montage, c'est quasi "plug-and-play", et si vous avez un doute, YouTube regorge de vidéos testant, montrant et notant ce ventirad de référence. De plus la notice est très claire et détaillée, les schémas explicites à souhait.

Une fois monté à l'aide du long tourne-vis fourni dans le bundle (un luxe ! même si j'ai largement de quoi le monter avec mon matériel perso) le résultat est bluffant et imposant (voir photos 2 et 3).
1,3 kg ventirad + ventilateurs, c'est du lourd au sens propre comme au sens figuré.

Le montage sur mon i7 8086K lui-même sur une carte mère Gigabyte Aorus Z370 Gaming 7 le tout avec 4 barrettes de G.Skill Trident Z RGB (qui ne sont donc pas des low profil) ne pose absolument aucun soucis ! Par chance ma carte mère est équipée d'une prise CPU_FAN_OPT (comprendre un 2nd slot pour brancher le 2nd ventilateur du ventirad) donc pas besoin de l'adaptateur fourni.

A l'allumage, outre les températures excellentes que j'ai (max 50° en charge sous benchmark -3D Mark/Heaven/Stress test OCCT- le silence est là ! C'était un autre point négatif de mon AIO, le bruit, entre les ventilateurs et la pompe je n'y trouvais pas mon compte.
Aucun vibration n'est perceptible chez moi non plus grâce aux patins qui équipent les ventilateurs.

Ici, et ce, malgré le montage sans les réducteurs de tension fourni par Noctua dans le bundle, c'est quasi inaudible avec les températures que j'ai et la courbe PWM @stock.

Côté ports PCI et PCIe aucun soucis non plus de compatibilité, je m'étais renseigné sur le site de Noctua auparavant bien évidement, ce dernier étant assez complet de ce côté là.

In fine, hormis les couleurs traditionnelles de Noctua beige/marron, qui peuvent être modifiée via un investissement supérieur et leur gamme Chromax (mais tarif complètement délirant si l'on fait ça de mon point de vue, faut arrêter..) c'est un sans faute pour ce ventirad haut de gamme !

De ce fait, je ne le recommanderais quand même pas à tout le monde, car il ne justifie pas l'investissement sans overclocking poussé, d'autres modèles chez Noctua moins imposants feront un boulot aussi bon sur des processeurs @stock ou delid@stock.

Si mon commentaire vous a été utile, merci de me le signaler en votant.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Massive Kühlrippen für Overclocking oder leise mit langsameren Drehzahlen
Reviewed in Germany on 22 August 2018
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Reviewed in Germany on 22 August 2018
>>>> Meine Anforderungen

Ich habe einen PC mit einer INTEL Core i7-8700k CPU für die Foto- und Video-Bearbeitung zusammengestellt. Ich wollte versuchen, den PC zu übertakten, um die Zeit beim Rendering zu reduzieren. Trotzdem sollte der PC leise sein, da ich am PC auch Videos aufnehmen und dann nicht die Lüftergeräusche mit aufnehmen will.

>>>> Installation

Der Lüfter ist in 5 Minuten installiert.

Ich hatte mein Mainboard bereits befestigt, dadurch gestaltete sich die Montage etwas fummelig.

Zuerst habe ich die SecuFirm-Platte durch die Rückseite des Mainboards gefädelt. Dann 2 Brackets auf Sockeln mit Schrauben fixiert und die mitgelieferte Wärmeleitpaste auf die CPU aufgetragen. Dann den Heatsink montiert: Um ihn mit dem mitgelieferten langen Schraubenzieher anzuschrauben, muss vorher der mittlere Lüfter entfernt werden. Tipp: Schrauben links und rechts abwechselnd anziehen, nicht nur auf einer Seite. Am besten zuerst die Lüfter anstecken. Da der Kühlkörper so groß ist, war die Montage der Lüfter am Kühlkörper fummelig, da neben dem Kühlkörper wenig Platz zum Gehäuse war. Ich habe mir mit dem Winkel des mitgelieferten Schraubenziehers geholfen (vgl. Video).

Man muss darauf achten, dass sich der Kühlkörper und insbesondere der 2. (optionale) Lüfter im Gehäuse ausgehen. Bei mir war es sehr knapp, aber es hat funktioniert (in einem Fractal Design Define C Gehäuse ohne Sichtfenster). Auch zum Mainboard war der Kühler kompatibel, die Grafikkarte konnte im 1. PCIe-Slot bleiben, nachdem ich sie nur kurz für die Befestigung der Lüfter ausgebaut hatte (am besten auf der Noctua Homepage über Einschränkungen bei bestimmten Mainboards informieren).

>>>> Bewertung

Die Lüfter sind größer als beim Vorgängermodell, dem NH-D14. Deswegen können sie sich langsamer drehen und sollten leiser sein.

Der Kühler ist wirklich riesig und schwer. Aber bei mir passt er ins Gehäuse.

Die braunen Farben finde ich hässlich, aber da ich ein geschlossenes Gehäuse habe, ist mir das egal.

Die Temperaturen beim Rendering sind 10 Grad unter den Werten, die ich mit einem kleinen Lüfter (Be Quiet! Pure Rock Slim) erreiche. Ich komme auf ca. 66 Grad. Die Übertaktung auf 4,7 GHz ist möglich, die Temperaturen steigen auf knapp über 80 Grad. Bei 5 GHz komme ich an die Grenzen meiner Kühllösung, die Temperaturen erreichen 100°C. Hier müsste ich mehr Gehäuselüfter verbauen. Alles bei sommerlichen 30 Grad Raumtemperatur wohlgemerkt.

Die Lüfter können schon laut sein, allerdings habe ich sie im BIOS optimiert, und jetzt höre ich sie bei wenig Last kaum.

>>>> Fazit

Ich kann den Kühler definitiv empfehlen, wenn man etwas übertakten will oder vermeiden will, dass der Prozessor heiß läuft.

Die riesigen Kühlrippen sind sehr nützlich, man kann dadurch die Lüfterdrehzahlen runterregeln oder überhaupt nur einen Lüfter verbauen. Es gibt auch die Möglichkeit, die mitgelieferten Ultra-Low-Noise-Adapter zu verwenden, das muss ich noch testen. Da er PWM unterstützt, kann ich die Drehzahl genau über das Mainboard steuern (Anschlüsse mit 4 Pins) - im Gegensatz zum Vorgängermodell NH-D14.

Alles in allem bin ich mit diesem Prozessorkühler sehr zufrieden. Ich kann ihn empfehlen.

Nicht zuletzt als Österreicher bin ich stolz, dass der beste Luftkühler von einer österreichischen Firma entworfen wurde.

Wenn ihr mein Video in 4k Qualität sehen wollt, sucht gerne auf Youtube nach "schwammerl testet Noctua". Ein Video über meinen kompletten PC-Build findet ihr unter "schwammerl testet videobearbeitung".
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5.0 out of 5 stars Some remarks for the undecided
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 14 June 2016
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Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 14 June 2016
The review is split to a couple points:

- do you need it / who should buy it
- performance
- built quality
- extras out of the box
- assembling it

So scroll down to the topic of your interest if you don't want to read it all

do you need it / who should buy it?

If you think of using the newest CPUs if Intel or AMD, it makes a lot of sense buying the NH-D15. I went with a BeQuiet Shadow Rock Slim, which was sufficient before. But highly powered CPUs need better cooling if you want to use them more efficiently. Don't get me wrong, the BeQuiet cooler is still enough, but you will have to think of two things. First, for how long do I want to use my CPU? Longer than a couple of years? Then you need better cooling to ensure the performance to last by cooling the CPU sufficiently. Secondly, what do you want to do with it? High res gaming? Bit of overclocking but not willing to invest in a water cooling loop? Well... The best air cooler for CPUs is the NH-D15 so far. You can't make anything wrong with that beast! I personally don't trust the AIO water cooling solutions so far on the market to hand them my precious hardware to, although I thought about it for a long long time and nearly went for it. Hence, buying the best product in air cooling then is no question really. And if you don't want to replace any pump, look out for leaking pipes, etc. AND want to be able to use that thing for more than a couple of years then this is a no-brainer. Durability is the key word here. You basically invest in a cooler which will most definitely run more than twice as long as AIO watercooling loops.

As for the performance:

In short it is cooling very well! Never reached levels above 70 degrees Celsius (prime95 included). Stress tests were not sweating this beast! NOW I have no doubts about the CPU being cooled enough and to be honest after having made stress tests and always having looked at temperature within the day, I have let it be as it never let me down on my expectations. Thus, I don't feel the need to check the temperature anymore.
Noise wise I think it is known by now that noctua is first class in building silent, high performance fans. Yes, you hear the air being pressured in full speed mode, but come on! Physically it doesn't seem to be possible to not hear a sound if you pressure air! And as I said, FULL SPEED! But just hearing air is something different than hearing the fan itself which doesn't happen with noctua fans, but with most other. So conclusion noise wise: great, silent to no sound performance even at full load.

The built quality of noctua is also very well known and doesn't have to be further mentioned I guess. Very well built, quality material all over. The lamellae are very quality made as well as the heat pipes and the CPU heat plate conductor. Simply put: great quality!

Extras out of the box

It comes with a second fan, screws, backplate, thermal paste, instructions for all of AMD AM boards and Intel 115 and 2011 boards AND (which is simply great) a screwdriver which is the most useful one in the world! Noctua simply knows about problems in assembling such a beast! Further you get low noise cables (called L.N.A. look it up if you don't know what it is) and a y-cable to get to fans into one fan header on the mainboard. So a lot of extras... Great packaging and great quality all over here as well.

Assembling it is tricky IF you have a midi case like me (fractal design define r4) but it could be much worse if noctua didn't send the tools and made assembling it simple via its backplate. IF you have a midi tower it might be quiet tight with the roof fans when assembling it. Also I had to get the graphics card out of the way in the process. But as I said it is very easy to assemble, I made my life a bit harder when doing it anyway. After the beast is assembled there is enough space for everything so NO WORRIES! you will get your roof fans and the upper slot for you graphics still fit into that. But again: noctua made it very easy to install.

So all in all a GREAT PIECE OF HARDWARE NOCTUA! Again perfectly executed guys!
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