Noctua NH-U12A heatsink review. Will it SFF?

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Huge thanks to Noctua for sending us a review sample of their new NH-U12A heatsink. Please let us know what you think below!

It's still a little on the larger side and may not fit in most of our cases but for those that have the room, you may not find a better heatsink.
You can find the review here.
 

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Do you guys know if they are gonna make a 92mm version of the new desing fans?, it would be awesome to see a smaller version of this cooler that can fit on the NCase M1
 
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Excellent review and well done on the photos, very clear !
 

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@The-Alchemist-404 No word yet although I don't see why they couldn't (outside of steep costs and likely minimum sales)

@Phuncz Thank you.

EDIT: We have some alterations that will be made to clear up some points regarding the mounting system. This article will be updated to reflect those changes once we have more information to add.
 

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Do you guys know if they are gonna make a 92mm version of the new desing fans?, it would be awesome to see a smaller version of this cooler that can fit on the NCase M1
They are probably going to at some point. But given that they're taking another year to work on their flagship 140mm Chromax fan, I would guess that 92mm variants are at least a year away if not two. In the meantime, I guess either the older Noctua 92mm fans or the Noiseblocker 92mm fans will work. I'm hoping Noctua is able to knock our socks off with the next 92mm fan design.
 
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