Coolant manufacturer Noctua recently updated its roadmap. In it, the company, among other things, postponed the successor release of its NH-D15 processor cooler and its first white PC fans until the first quarter of 2023.
On Noctua’s site It can be seen that the roadmap was changed sometime in April, so By Tom’s Hardware† Until recently, both products were planned for the last quarter of this year, but releases of the new cooler and fans have now been quietly raised by a quarter to early next year. A desktop fan from Noctua was also originally scheduled for the end of 2022, but has been delayed until the first quarter of next year.
The company does not give a concrete reason for the postponement, but it clearly states on its website that the roadmap and its layout are subject to change. The Austrian company says potential product delays could be due to various reasons, including “further research and development, fine-tuning, production capabilities or coordination with other projects”.
An eight-port fan hub and 24-volt to 12-volt converter are also planned for this quarter, but they have also been raised by a quarter. The company will release it sometime this quarter fan grills, which was not previously announced. New coolers for Intel Xeon processors will also be released next quarter. In the last quarter of 2022, Noctua is slated to come with a 60mm “skinny” fan, a new 140mm fan and a 24V-40mm model.
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