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    Today we're testing the Noctua NH-U12P SE1366, the Core i7-specific cooler that stems from its predecessor that achieved somewhat a celebrity status as a cooler that offered excellent cooling in a whisper-quiet setup. Truth be told, we're huge fans of Noctua's........fans........and are well aware of their near-legendary status in silent-build circles of enthusiasts; in fact, we regularly use them in our test setups.



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    It held it's own against our top performers, only a 3c difference in temps @ 3.8GHz. If your looking for a low noise cooler, the Noctua NH-U129 is the cooler to buy. I wonder what kind of temps we would see with two of the Dark Knights Fans running on this ?

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    The newer prefforated fan blades make for an excellent fan. Great idea if you ask me.


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    I think Noiseblocker keeps the temps lower than noctua in some cases.

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