Noctua Updates Product Roadmap for 2023 and Beyond
Noctua, the Austrian computer cooling hardware specialist, has recently updated its product roadmap for the rest of 2023 and beyond. The company has even provided a few details about hardware that is scheduled for launch in early 2024 and beyond. This update is likely in preparation for Computex 2023, which is set to start at the end of the month. At this event, Noctua may debut brand new products to industry professionals and public attendees.
According to the updated roadmap, Noctua's 8-way fan hub is delayed. The previous version of the roadmap had it down for a Q1 2023 launch, but the update now indicates a second quarter window. A bunch of next-gen AMD Threadripper coolers are marked down for an estimated third-quarter release, and Noctua has a slim 60 mm fan as well as a 24 V 40 mm fan lined up for the final quarter. All-black versions of existing NH-D12L, NH-D9L, and NH-L9x65 CPU coolers are due by the end of this year. A single next-generation 140 mm fan is teased for a Q1 2024 launch, with a chromax.black version coming later in the year. Finally, a re-designed NH-D15 CPU cooler gets a loose 2024 window.
Noctua will be exhibiting at Computex Taipei from May 30th to June 2nd. Visitors can find the company in Nangang Exhibition Hall 1F, booth I1111a. Noctua will be displaying exclusive prototypes and providing a first sneak preview of upcoming new products.
The 2023 edition of Computex Taipei marks the first full-scale physical show since the pandemic and will host more than 1100 exhibitors. The organizers of Computex Taipei, Taiwan External Trade Development Council (TAITRA) and Taipei Computer Association (TCA), expect the show to attract more than 30,000 visitors.
Please note that Noctua's booth is registered under the name of its Taiwanese manufacturing partner, Kolink International Corp.