Noctua NH-D15S and the Overclocked i7 6800k review

Kieth used to have an AMD channel where he did some great content.
Glad to see he is doing well, I always liked his stuff.
It is a big change for WCCF (We Can't Confirm F....) to actually try thier hand at product reviews but they seem to have done a good job with a cpu cooler for the 1%:). But I can drool. What a beautiful cooler!
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Just about every review I've read before seem to show that

Phanteks PH-TC14PR.
Cryorig R1 Ultimate/Universal.
Noctua NH-D15
be quiet! Dark Rock Pro 3

All perform fairly similarly. Nothing wrong with the Noctua, but aside from being brown it really isn't that spectacular compared to other flagship air coolers.

EDIT: I know I have a list of dual-tower air coolers somewhere...


To me what was noteworthy was it was WCCF doing the review, a youtuber I liked was doing it and their was no mention of politics or scary clowns.

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I'll tack the Thermalright Silver Arrow SB-E and IB-E to that list as well; I own the IB-E variant and it performs great.

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Ah, found my list

5+ Heatpipe dual-stack air coolers:

  • Akasa Venom Medusa
  • Noctua NH-D15
  • Thermaltake CLP0587
  • be quiet! Dark Rock Pro 3
  • Scythe Fuma
  • Silverstone Heligon HE-01
  • ThermalRight Silver Arrow
  • Phanteks PH-TC14PE
  • DeepCool GamerStrom Assassin II
  • DeepCool Neptwin
  • Gelid The Black Edition what kinda shit naming is that?
  • Cryorig R1
  • ID-Cooling Hunter VC-Twin
  • ID-Cooling FI VC-Twin
  • ID-Cooling SE-205

Pretty sure I'm missing some.


Once 5nm goes mainstream anyone guess what will happen to the cpu coolders in the 100 to 200 dollar range?