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Noctua NH-D15 Dual Radiator Quiet CPU Cooler with two NH-A15 Fans £72.78 @ Ebuyer / Ebay
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Noctua NH-D15 Dual Radiator Quiet CPU Cooler with two NH-A15 Fans £72.78 @ Ebuyer / Ebay

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Posted 6th Dec 2019Edited by:"tommy255"

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A little cheaper than it is on other sites, a good option for overclockers.

Possible 2.5% Quidco cashback as well
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majorwedgy8406/12/2019 22:14

Wouldn't water cooler be better at this kind of money?


Nope, this is pretty much one of the best air coolers you can buy, it can run fanless on quite a few processors due to it's size, and it's super quiet on most. I've used this in 3 builds so far and it's great.
It is MASSIVE though, best to check the sizing and make sure it’ll fit in your case.
majorwedgy8406/12/2019 22:14

Wouldn't water cooler be better at this kind of money?


Depends on how you define better.

Better performing? No. At best, some all-in-one water coolers at this price might be able to keep up with the D15.

Better looking? Sure. The D15 doesn't look great. If you're willing to spend the money, it can be improved by buying the Chromax version and the Chromax shrouds, but that adds a fair whack to the price. And it doesn't solve the potential RAM/Motherboard heats ink clearance issues. With an AIO you don't have to worry about those, at least.

Better for noise? Nope. Leaving aside model-specific differences, the D15 only has fan noise to contend with. An AIO has fans and the pump.

Better reliability? Nope. The D15 is a big hunk of metal which will likely still do the job 10-15 years from now. It'll outlive the fans, easily. With an AIO you've got an added point of failure in the pump. And there's always a risk of leaks. An air cooler won't leak.

So basically, if you want to show off your motherboard and want some fancy RGB effects on the CPU block, an AIO could be the right pick. If you want a solid cooler and have enough space, then get this.
majorwedgy8406/12/2019 22:14

Wouldn't water cooler be better at this kind of money?




Noctua make some of the best air coolers which are often better than water coolers of the same price point. They make them in black now too if you don't like the brown
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I have this. Very good cooler. Very good quality.
Bought. Thanks OP 😄 2.5% Quidco cashback too if it tracks.
I have this also, idle at 30-32c i7 7th gen.
Wouldn't water cooler be better at this kind of money?
majorwedgy8406/12/2019 22:14

Wouldn't water cooler be better at this kind of money?




Noctua make some of the best air coolers which are often better than water coolers of the same price point. They make them in black now too if you don't like the brown
majorwedgy8406/12/2019 22:14

Wouldn't water cooler be better at this kind of money?


Nope, this is pretty much one of the best air coolers you can buy, it can run fanless on quite a few processors due to it's size, and it's super quiet on most. I've used this in 3 builds so far and it's great.
majorwedgy8406/12/2019 22:14

Wouldn't water cooler be better at this kind of money?


You'd think so, but Noctua routinely do better.
Excellent cooler.Recommended.
Also, noctuas have a 6 year warranty which is amazing
Indeed brilliant coolers.
And something else to point out, the fitting is fantastic to. Despite its size its actually one of the easier coolers to mount.
Had this cooler for 4 years. Never missed a beat.
majorwedgy8406/12/2019 22:14

Wouldn't water cooler be better at this kind of money?


No this will outperform a mid range water cooler. And, be quieter, and have no risk of peeing water all over your rig.
It is MASSIVE though, best to check the sizing and make sure it’ll fit in your case.
majorwedgy8406/12/2019 22:14

Wouldn't water cooler be better at this kind of money?


I did have water-cooling years ago and hated it. Felt unsafe and water flow sounded unpleasant.
Wouldn't want to ever go back to water-cooling.
Have a different type of Noctura in my current oven build, absolutely fab. Wish I'd found this company a lot earlier. Not quite sure how they can be so good and others so bad...
Strange colour, looks like something that you would find in a Saniflo unit...
Anyone know what the temps would be on idle and full loadpairing this with a 9900k?
Edited by: "Cakeface91" 7th Dec 2019
Gitfinger07/12/2019 01:00

Strange colour, looks like something that you would find in a Saniflo …Strange colour, looks like something that you would find in a Saniflo unit...


They do it in black too.
Gitfinger07/12/2019 01:00

Strange colour, looks like something that you would find in a Saniflo …Strange colour, looks like something that you would find in a Saniflo unit...



Hahaha I quite like it, all my case fans are in that colour too
johnthehuman06/12/2019 22:52

It is MASSIVE though, best to check the sizing and make sure it’ll fit in y …It is MASSIVE though, best to check the sizing and make sure it’ll fit in your case.


Yes. It didn't fit in my original case prompting me to buy a Define S

Can't fault mine. I think I paid a little less. edit: Yes, paid £60, cashing in on the closing of Barclays Bespoke Offers and the ensuing about 20% off hardware back in the day. Mine runs fine with just one fan fitted (and long may this continue).
Edited by: "Zoea" 7th Dec 2019
OmegaSaad06/12/2019 22:17

[Video] Noctua make some of the best air coolers which are often better …[Video] Noctua make some of the best air coolers which are often better than water coolers of the same price point. They make them in black now too if you don't like the brown


They do, though you lose credibility linking a Linus video...
MBeeching07/12/2019 04:44

They do, though you lose credibility linking a Linus video...


I'm quite a Linus fan! Her wife is back in the latest videos.
Any deals on the Chromax?
MBeeching07/12/2019 04:44

They do, though you lose credibility linking a Linus video...


Whoa, what's the problem with Linus?
GAVtheRAV07/12/2019 09:28

Whoa, what's the problem with Linus?


Exactly what I was thinking. Linustechtips is very good from what I've seen.
Ngl thought it was chocolate
Noctua make amazing coolers, my NH-U14s is stupidly quiet and keeps my overclocked 2600K nice and cool. Water cooling is massively overrated.
Cakeface9107/12/2019 01:08

Anyone know what the temps would be on idle and full loadpairing this with …Anyone know what the temps would be on idle and full loadpairing this with a 9900k?


Google
Simply put, this is the best air cooler
majorwedgy8406/12/2019 22:14

Wouldn't water cooler be better at this kind of money?


Depends on how you define better.

Better performing? No. At best, some all-in-one water coolers at this price might be able to keep up with the D15.

Better looking? Sure. The D15 doesn't look great. If you're willing to spend the money, it can be improved by buying the Chromax version and the Chromax shrouds, but that adds a fair whack to the price. And it doesn't solve the potential RAM/Motherboard heats ink clearance issues. With an AIO you don't have to worry about those, at least.

Better for noise? Nope. Leaving aside model-specific differences, the D15 only has fan noise to contend with. An AIO has fans and the pump.

Better reliability? Nope. The D15 is a big hunk of metal which will likely still do the job 10-15 years from now. It'll outlive the fans, easily. With an AIO you've got an added point of failure in the pump. And there's always a risk of leaks. An air cooler won't leak.

So basically, if you want to show off your motherboard and want some fancy RGB effects on the CPU block, an AIO could be the right pick. If you want a solid cooler and have enough space, then get this.
satchef107/12/2019 11:04

Depends on how you define better.Better performing? No. At best, some …Depends on how you define better.Better performing? No. At best, some all-in-one water coolers at this price might be able to keep up with the D15.Better looking? Sure. The D15 doesn't look great. If you're willing to spend the money, it can be improved by buying the Chromax version and the Chromax shrouds, but that adds a fair whack to the price. And it doesn't solve the potential RAM/Motherboard heats ink clearance issues. With an AIO you don't have to worry about those, at least. Better for noise? Nope. Leaving aside model-specific differences, the D15 only has fan noise to contend with. An AIO has fans and the pump. Better reliability? Nope. The D15 is a big hunk of metal which will likely still do the job 10-15 years from now. It'll outlive the fans, easily. With an AIO you've got an added point of failure in the pump. And there's always a risk of leaks. An air cooler won't leak.So basically, if you want to show off your motherboard and want some fancy RGB effects on the CPU block, an AIO could be the right pick. If you want a solid cooler and have enough space, then get this.


You forgot about one major issue - shear size of this cooler. It will not fit in every case, it will not fit even with some full towers with high RAM.

However at this price you cannot go wrong (unless you have small case :))
I have this setup and as I'm not a gamer this is silent pretty much 99% of the time - it only fires up when I use VR and at those times I'm glad I paid more for something decent like this. It might be overkill if you're not a gamer/VR user but I'm glad I chose it over a water cooled setup. If the fans fail (unlikely) the heat sink alone might be enough during normal computing tasks (although modern motherboards will shut down automatically anyway if the temperature reaches a certain level).

Voted hot. No. Cool.
39286876.jpgIf you want to save a little bit have a look at Scythe Mugen 5 Dual fan. They go around £55-65. I'm absolutely happy with it. It has two LOW RPM fans - you can't hear the thing (literally)! It's massive too so check dimensions.

BTW. Great deal for Noctua!
Edited by: "spamabsorbed" 7th Dec 2019
GAVtheRAV07/12/2019 09:28

Whoa, what's the problem with Linus?


Too much clickbait nowadays and is being overrun by nooby content.
FireOnAWire07/12/2019 15:39

Too much clickbait nowadays and is being overrun by nooby content.


You really think so? Some of their most viewed content recently has been reviews (things like the absolute slaughter of Intel for the Core i9.
The only things that I'd really label as nooby content would be things like the overview of Pihole and modern Linux distros (Pop! OS and Manjaro) but it makes sense to have a channel with balanced content like that. There's only so much super enthusiast content you could have on one channel
GAVtheRAV07/12/2019 15:47

You really think so? Some of their most viewed content recently has been …You really think so? Some of their most viewed content recently has been reviews (things like the absolute slaughter of Intel for the Core i9.The only things that I'd really label as nooby content would be things like the overview of Pihole and modern Linux distros (Pop! OS and Manjaro) but it makes sense to have a channel with balanced content like that. There's only so much super enthusiast content you could have on one channel


Yeah the latest Intel rant was a good watch.
Maybe it's mostly the thumbnails giving me a headache.
FireOnAWire07/12/2019 17:02

Yeah the latest Intel rant was a good watch.Maybe it's mostly the …Yeah the latest Intel rant was a good watch.Maybe it's mostly the thumbnails giving me a headache.


Yea I know what you mean. That seems to be the state of YouTube nowadays
this is compatible with the Ryzen 3700x right? it never drops in price, well never below the £70
Moss8707/12/2019 18:01

this is compatible with the Ryzen 3700x right? it never drops in price, …this is compatible with the Ryzen 3700x right? it never drops in price, well never below the £70


Yes.
One hell of a cooler and trust me i've spent thousands on water cooling

Currently keeping a 8700k very chilly
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