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Noctua
27.02.2015 - TechSupportForum.com NH-U9S
Test verdict: "The conclusion leaves me with the same thoughts that I have when I review any Noctua cooler and those are the thoughts of reviewing an excellently crafted product. Noctua coolers are known across the board for outstanding quality and itís shown even further with each unit having a six year warranty. These little coolers are small, compact, and certainly worth the investment for any mATX, ATX or mini-ITX system." (Justin Vendette, TechSupportForum.com)
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27.02.2015 - HWLegend.com NH-U9S
Test verdict: "Il Noctua NH-U9S Ť un dissipatore realizzato con estrema cura in ogni suo dettaglio. La confezione, gli accessori, il cooler stesso e la ventola sono progettati a tavolino per offrire uníesperienza unica nel suo genere. Questo dissipatore nasce per imporsi come modello di riferimento di punta, nella fascia di mercato destinata ai sistemi compatti quali micro ATX e mini ITX." (Antonio Delli Santi, HWLegend.com)
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26.02.2015 - PureOverclock.com NH-U9S
Test verdict: "In terms of performance, at the stock 3.5GHz settings, the coolers held their own ground and performed in the middle of the pack and even kept up with most of the AIO units we tested before. In push pull settings both coolers even kept up with the Corsair H100i by 1 degree. This was rather impressive for such small coolers." (Kenny Ha, PureOverclock.com)
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26.02.2015 - TruePCGaming.com NH-L9a
Test verdict: "The Noctua NH-L9i is undoubtedly the coolest and quietest ITX heatsink Iíve tested. Noctua have performed miracles when you consider the high-airflow and reasonable temperatures given its limiting size." (John Williamson, TruePCGaming.com)
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