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The NH-L12 is a low-profile quiet cooler designed for use in small form factor cases and HTPC environments. With its flexible NF-F12 (120mm) / NF-B9 (92mm) dual PWM fan setup, the NH-L12 can be configured either for full performance in dual fan mode or extra-low profile (66mm) with the top fan removed. Bundled with the award-winning NT-H1 thermal compound and Noctua’s SecuFirm2™ multi-socket mounting system, the NH-L12 packs everything a premium quality quiet cooler needs into a highly compact package.

Caution: The NH-L12 is a low-profile quiet cooler designed for use in small form factor cases and HTPC environments. While it provides first rate performance in its class, it is not suitable for overclocking and should be used with care on CPUs with more than 95W TDP (Thermal Design Power). Please consult our TDP guidelines to find out whether the NH-L12 is recommended for your CPU.



NH-L12 120/92mm dual fan design
Thanks to its exquisite dual fan setup consisting of Noctua’s highly optimised NF-F12 (120mm) and NF-B9 (92mm) premium fans, the NH-L12 pushes the bar in terms of low-profile quiet cooling performance.

NH-L12 Extra-low profile in 92mm single-fan mode
The NH-L12 can be used with the NF-B9 92mm fan only in order to reduce the overall height to 66mm. This way, the cooler is suitable for many typical µATX or Mini-ITX enclosures and ideal for whisper-quiet HTPC systems.

NH-L12 PWM support and Low-Noise Adaptors
The NH-L12’s NF-F12 and NF-B9 fans support PWM for convenient automatic speed control. In addition, the maximum fan speed can be reduced to 1200/1300rpm using the supplied Low-Noise Adaptors for even quieter operation.

NH-L12 SecuFirm2™ mounting system
Noctua’s enthusiast grade SecuFirm2™ multi-socket mounting provides broad socket compatibility (LGA 2011, LGA1366, LGA1156, LGA1155, LGA1150, LGA775, AM2, AM2+, AM3, AM3+, FM1, FM2, FM2+) and meets the highest demands in safety, performance and ease-of-use.

NH-L12 Mini-ITX mounting without backplate
Some Intel based Mini-ITX mainboards don’t allow for the installation of backplates. The NH-L12 thus comes with an extra set of Intel mounting bolts which make it possible to install the cooler without using the SecuFirm2™ backplate.

NT-H1 NT-H1 thermal compound
Noctua's much-acclaimed NT-H1 is a well proven pro-grade TIM solution that provides minimum thermal resistance, excellent ease-of-use and outstanding reliability.




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19.04.2015 - videotesty.pl NH-L9x65
Test verdict: Noctua NH-L9x65 jest lepszym rozwiązaniem, niż model L9a. Ma zdecydowanie lepszą wydajność i podobną głośność. Oba produkty posiadają taki sam wentylator, który jest dość cichy podczas pracy na komputerze." (Paweł Borysewicz, videotesty.pl)
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18.04.2015 - modding.fr NH-L9x65
Test verdict: "Le NH-L9x65 est un ventirad « taillé » pour les mini boîtiers, les HTPC et toute sorte de boitier où la place est comptée." (Bertrand Curras, modding.fr)
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17.04.2015 - CoolingTechnique.com NH-L9x65
Test verdict: "Tirare delle conclusioni su questo genere di proposte non è mai semplice, se però si analizzano le premesse con il quale l'NH-L9x65 viene venduto possiamo sicuramente direi che il bersaglio è stato nuovamente centrato da parte di Noctua." (Damiano Villa, CoolingTechnique.com)
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17.04.2015 - OverclockersClub.com NH-U9S
Test verdict: "Noctua is in a great place market wise, because of good performance and quality fans. Any users who either do not have the internal retail space or is looking for lower temperatures versus using the stock cooler. This is what this cooler is intended for. It may be a little pricey for my taste, but you get a lot for what you pay." (Isaiah Rossiter, OverclockersClub.com)
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