Noctua partners with Louqe to launch a new Ghost S1 edition of the NH-L12 cooler

The Noctua Louqe NH-L12 Ghost S1 edition. (Source: Noctua)
The Noctua Louqe NH-L12 Ghost S1 edition. (Source: Noctua)
The NH-L12 is a cooler that, according to its maker Austria-based Noctua, offers many advantages for compact PC builds. However, it did not completely fit in the Ghost S1 case by the Swedish company Louqe. Therefore, the 2 firms have collaborated on a new variant for self-building fans of both PC-component brands.

Louqe and Noctua have collaborated on a new version of the NH-L12 cooler designed to fit in the former's Ghost S1 case. The pre-existing version of this product is a low-profile part which, as its OEM claims, is ideal for small-form-factor or mini-PC builds and has been recommended or demo'd by approximately 200 industry-specific media outlets.

Now, there is one better able to fit into Louqe's high-end, metallic mini-ITX case. Nevertheless, it still exhibits a "singular" 92mm fan and comes equipped with Noctua's latest generation NT-H2 thermal paste. It has also been designed with this brand's SecuFirm2 assembly system, which is rated for compliance with many popular socket types such as the LGA 1200 from Intel and AMD's AM4.

The NH-L12 Ghost S1 edition has been priced at US$54.90, or €54.90 depending on a PC builder's location. It is available through Noctua's eBay or Amazon portals. Alternatively, it may be available through the stores of additional distribution partners.

The original NH-L12... (Source: Noctua)
The original NH-L12... (Source: Noctua)
...and the Ghost S1 case. (Source: Louqe)
...and the Ghost S1 case. (Source: Louqe)


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Deirdre O'Donnell, 2020-07- 1 (Update: 2020-07- 1)
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