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Noctua Presents NH-L12 SE CPU Cooler for the Ghost S1

Louqe and Noctua today presented the new NH-L12 Ghost S1 edition CPU cooler. Coming with a single 92mm fan and Noctua’s second-generation NT-H2 thermal compound, as well as the latest SecuFirm2™ multi-socket mounting system, the NH-L12 Ghost S1 edition has been customised to be an ideal companion for quiet high-end builds in Louqe’s award-winning Ghost S1 enclosure.

“We’ve tested pretty much every low-profile cooler on the market in the Ghost S1 and even tried to create a complete custom solution in collaboration with Noctua, but nothing worked as well as our long-term favourite, the NH-L12.”

Having received more than 200 awards and recommendations from international hardware websites and magazines, the original NH-L12 was one of the most successful low-profile CPU coolers ever built. It also proved to be an ideal choice for low-noise setups in the Ghost S1 chassis when its top 120mm fan was removed.

“The Ghost S1 is one of the most popular choices for premium-grade ITX builds at the moment, so we’re glad to bring back the original L12 in a version that is specifically customised for this great case.”

With its single NF-B9 PWM 92mm fan, the new Ghost S1 edition is tailored for use in this case and has been updated with the latest SecuFirm2™ mounting hardware for all current mainstream sockets, including Intel LGA1200, LGA115x and AMD AM4. Topped off with Noctua’s further improved, second-generation NT-H2 thermal compound and a full 6-year manufacturer’s warranty, the NH-L12 Ghost S1 edition is the ideal choice for premium-grade quiet builds in the Louqe Ghost S1 chassis.

Price and availability

The manufacturer’s suggested retail price is EUR/USD 54.90. The cooler is available as of today via Noctua’s official Amazon and eBay stores: Buy NH-L12 Ghost S1 edition

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