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Continuing Noctua's tradition of supplying customers with its premium-class SecuFirm2™ mountings free of charge, the NM-I2011 kit allows Noctua users to upgrade to Intel's LGA2011-3 and LGA2011-0 sockets for Core i7 processors. The NM-I2011 set is backwards compatible with all Noctua retail coolers since 2005 and has been designed to combine outstanding reliability, optimal contact pressure and easy, straightforward installation. Bringing the trusted SecuFirm2™ quality to Intel's LGA2011 platforms, NM-I2011 is an enthusiast-grade mounting that meets the highest demands in safety, performance and ease-of-use.


Owners of Noctua CPU coolers* can obtain the NM-I2011 Mounting-Kit free of charge via this form. A proof of purchase (photo, scan or screenshot of the invoice) of both a Noctua CPU cooler and either a socket LGA2011-3 or LGA2011-0 mainboard or socket LGA2011-3 or LGA2011-0 CPU are required.

The NM-I2011 SecuFirm2™ Mounting-Kit is also available for purchase at some of our resellers. If you need the kit urgently, please consider ordering it via a local reseller.

*The kit can not be provided free of charge for DX series Intel Xeon coolers. If you would like to use the kit with these coolers, please purchase it a local reseller. Also note that this kit is not compatible with the NH-L9 series low profile coolers and DO series AMD Opteron coolers.





NM-I2011 Trusted SecuFirm2™ Quality
Over the years, SecuFirm2™ has become synonymous with impeccable long-term stability and flawless craftsmanship. Enthusiast users and industry clients alike trust the time-tested quality of Noctua’s professional mounting systems.

NM-I2011 Perfect Contact Pressure
SecuFirm2™ mounting systems use high-grade coil springs to achieve perfect contact pressure. No guesswork regarding how far to tighten the mounting screws, no risk of damaging the socket with excessive pressure!

NM-I2011 Integrated Fastening Brackets
Noctuas SecuFirm2™ systems feature fully integrated fastening brackets with pre-fixed pressure screws and springs, which greatly facilitates the installation process. No fiddling with loose screws and springs!

NM-I2011 Tailor made for LGA2011
In order to cut costs, many manufacturers use cross-platform parts for both Intel and AMD, which can cause compatibility issues. Noctua’s NM-I2011 has been tailor-made for LGA2011 and strictly complies to the Intel keep-out zones in order to ensure 100% compatibility.

NM-I2011 Backwards Compatibility
The NM-I2011 SecuFirm2™ kit is fully backwards compatible with all Noctua retail coolers since 2005, making them safe long-term investments that can be used for several CPU generations.




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