Noctua Unveils Refreshed 2023 Product Roadmap and Provides a Glimpse into 2024

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Austrian computer cooling hardware expert, Noctua, has recently disclosed its updated product roadmap for the rest of 2023, as well as an early preview of forthcoming launches in 2024 and beyond. 

This announcement aligns with the imminent Computex 2023 event, where Noctua is anticipated to reveal new products to professionals and attendees in the industry. Per the revised roadmap, the release of Noctua's 8-way fan hub has been postponed until the second quarter, while next-generation AMD Threadripper coolers are scheduled for a third-quarter launch. In the last quarter, Noctua intends to launch a slim 60 mm fan and a 24 V 40 mm fan. Furthermore, the company plans to roll out all-black editions of its NH-D12L, NH-D9L, and NH-L9x65 CPU coolers by the year's end. The roadmap also highlights a new 140 mm fan set to debut in Q1 2024, with a black version to follow later that year, and a revamped NH-D15 CPU cooler slated for a 2024 release.

Noctua will exhibit its latest offerings at Computex Taipei, running from May 30th to June 2nd, at booth I1111a in Nangang Exhibition Hall 1F. Visitors can anticipate exclusive prototype demonstrations and previews of upcoming product launches.

The 2023 edition of Computex Taipei marks the first large-scale, in-person event since the pandemic and is projected to draw over 30,000 attendees. With more than 1,100 exhibitors, the show is poised to be a major affair for the technology industry.

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