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Noctua NH-L9i 57.5 CFM CPU Cooler

( 4.7 Average / 21 Ratings )

Specifications

Manufacturer

Noctua

Part #

NH-L9i

Supported Sockets

LGA1150, LGA1155, LGA1156

Liquid Cooled

No

Fan RPM

2500 - 2999 RPM

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Prices

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OutletPC $41.89 $41.89+
Newegg $42.99 +FREE s/h In stock $42.99
Mwave $46.99 +FREE s/h $46.99
Mac Mall $79.99 +FREE s/h $79.99
PCM $79.99 +$13.06 s/h $93.05

Price History (Excluding Tax & Combo Deals) History:

Reviews

from completed build Home Media Server

I’ve had Noctua case fans from the start of this build. With that the CPU cooler was noticeably noisy when trying to game quietly. I decided to acquire another Noctua fan for the CPU when I upgraded it. This thing is almost silent.

Its doing the Job and it seems the temps went down a few degrees,they were idle at like 34 - 35c now they idle around 25-31c.

I only have one complaint the Thermal stuff they give ya is only enough for 1 application :( was going to use some on my other computer but it wasn't enough.

Hopefully I didn't put too much on,well I guess if I did it would be flipping out by now lol. I did the Pea method.

Purchase was worth it :)

from completed build Paladin - Have LAN, Will Travel

Cools well enough

from completed build BIO DIGITAL JAZZ

Great little cooler... premium engineering - worth the upgrade over stock, even without low noise adaptor fitted. Bundled with good thermal paste and a snazzy owl badge, was super easy to install. Keeps an i5 4590 at 33-67 degrees in a tiny rig...

Its doing the Job and it seems the temps went down a few degrees,they were idle at like 34 - 35c now they idle around 25-31c.

I only have one complaint the Thermal stuff they give ya is only enough for 1 application :( was going to use some on my other computer but it wasn't enough.

Hopefully I didn't put too much on,well I guess if I did it would be flipping out by now lol. I did the Pea method.

Purchase was worth it :)