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Visit us at Computex 2012!

Noctua will be exhibiting at Computex Taipei (June 5th to 9th) and we kindly invite you to visit us in Nangang Exhibiton Hall 1F, booth J1312! As usual, we would like to give you a brief glimpse of what we are currently working on by displaying some exclusive prototypes and providing a first sneak preview of upcoming new products.

As always, our booth is registered under the name of our manufacturing partner Kolink International Corporation and Rascom Computerdistribution, so you won’t find "Noctua" on the floor plans or exhibitor listings. Please thus make a note of our booth number (J1312) and location so that you can find us. Please also note that we won't be at the show on Saturday, so make sure to stop by between Tuesday and Friday so that we can show you around the new products.

The 2012 edition of Computex Taipei marks the 32nd year of the show and will set a new slate of records with 1800 exhibitors and more than 5400 booths. Like in 2011, the fair will use all 5 venue halls, namely TWTC 1 & 3, the Taipei International Convention Center, Nangang Exhibition Hall and the newly added Hall 2. The organizers of Computex Taipei, Taiwan External Trade Development Council (TAITRA) and Taipei Computer Association (TCA) expect the show to attract more than 120,000 visitors.

Links
Computex Taipei
Exhibitor Listing
Nangang Exhibiton Hall 1F Floor Plan

About Computex Taipei
Computex Taipei has become the largest computer exhibition in Asia and the second largest in the world, next to CeBIT in Germany. Each year, key global businesses come to this event to launch their new products. Since a large portion of the businesses in the world have research and deployment centers or production facilities in Taiwan, this exhibition attracts observers, analysts, and journalists of computer and information industries from all over the world to discover and report the latest technologies, developments, and trends.

About Noctua
Designed in Austria, Noctua's premium cooling components are internationally renowned for their superb quietness, exceptional performance and thoroughgoing quality. Having received more than 1000 awards and recommendations from leading hardware websites and magazines, Noctua's fans and heatsinks are chosen by more than a hundred thousand satisfied customers around the globe.


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16.04.2014 - hardCOREware.net NH-D15
Resultado del análisis: "So there you have it – the NH-D15 is tied for the highest performing air cooler we have ever tested, as it comes out of the box. It is even more impressive when you consider the noise level – other coolers may match it, but you pay for that with added noise." (Carl Nelson, hardCOREware.net)
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16.04.2014 - LanOC.org NH-U12S
Resultado del análisis: "All in all the NH-U12S is a quality product with that trademark Noctua premium feel. The larger amount of space is a pleasant thing to see and even in double fan mode the NH-U12S will provide clearance for the newer quad-channel RAM motherboards. With all this performance in a smaller, easy to install package it is nice to see that the age of the air cooler has not yet passed." (William Deborde, LanOC.org)
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15.04.2014 - Modders-Inc.com NH-D15
Resultado del análisis: "Out of all the top three tested however, the Noctua NH-D15 has an advantage in terms of having a lower sound profile and a far simpler yet effective installation procedure. The NH-D15 also has the advantage of a 6-year warranty, the longest offered by any CPU cooler manufacturer. For this, the Noctua NH-D15 earns the Modders-Inc Must Have Award." (Ron Perillo, Modders-Inc.com)
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15.04.2014 - bit-tech.net NH-U12S
Resultado del análisis: "Where the NH-U12S excels is actually being inaudible outside a case - you literally can't make it out amongst other case fans or a graphics card. This is where the extra cash is going - not in cooling but in offering similar performance to other, cheaper air coolers but with a significantly lower noise level." (Antony Leather, bit-tech.net)
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