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Noctua NC-U6 Chipset Cooler
Review by: Steve
Edited by: Ji4m
Provided by: Noctua
Price: $28 Canadian

With the bus speeds on motherboards close to twice that what they were just a couple years ago, motherboard chipsets are becoming an increasingly hot component in computer systems. A year ago a small passive heatsink, no thicker than your little finger, was enough to sufficiently cool a chipset. Today, we're seeing copper fins and heatpipe systems that look more elaborate than some rollercoasters. For those looking to upgrade their chipset cooling solutions, perhaps to switch to a passive cooling method instead of active, or just to allow better overclocking, then the Noctua NC-U6 could be a great option to consider.

In The Box:
(1) Noctua NC-U6 Cooler
(2) Mounting Mechanisms
(1) Screw to attach selected mount to the base of the NC-U6
(1) Small packet of thermal paste
(1) Installation guide




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