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Noctua: the passive ventirad will arrive at the beginning of 2021 and an UPDATE of the roadmap!

Noctua: the passive ventirad will arrive at the beginning of 2021 and an UPDATE of the roadmap!

Today we will talk about Noctua if you will. Indeed, the brand had been planning for a passive dissipater for some time and we know more about its launch period. Moreover, via Overclock3D, we can now get our hands on an updated roadmap!

Noctua: the passive heatsink will arrive in early 2021!

Noctua dissipateur passif

Image source FanlessTech

Obviously, it won’t be too long before the owl’s passive dissipater comes on the market. Indeed, it is rumored that this model is about to enter mass production. Moreover, despite the absence of a fan, one should expect something high-performance. At the Computex 2019, there was talk of a 1.5kg monster capable of keeping an i9 9900k cool in a box (with good airflow) when the CPU was firing 120W. With a silent fan, it was able to cool a 9900k that still consumed 180W. Nevertheless, we will have to wait a little longer before we have all the information about it.

On the roadmap now, we notice that the Redux fan series is a little bit behind schedule. This series, which was due to be launched at the end of 2020, will arrive at the beginning of 2021, at the same time as the brand’s passive dissipater.

Similarly, it would appear that the beginning of the year is busy for the Austrian brand. Thus, the black NF-A12x25, the Chromax covers for the NH-U12A as well as its black version will arrive in the first quarter of the year. This will be followed by a quieter second quarter with white fans.

Calmly, all this brings us to the third quarter with the arrival of 24V ==> 12V converters and concentrators for 8 fans. As a reminder, these products should arrive in the first quarter of 2021 according to the previous roadmap

. Noctua Roadmap

The end of 2021 should be interesting with the new generation of NH-D15 and 140 mm fans. The same goes for office fans, although we would have seen them arriving during the summer, the hottest period. Never mind, at least we’ll be ready for 2022.

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