Although Noctua’s 8-way fan hub was initially slated for release in Q1 2023, it appears to have been delayed, with the latest update indicating a Q2 window instead.
As for the remainder of this year, a range of next-gen AMD Threadripper coolers is expected to be released in Q3. Noctua also has a slim 60mm fan and a 24V 40mm fan lined up for the final quarter of 2023, as well as all-black versions of the NH-D12L, NH-D9L, and NH-L9x65 CPU coolers. Noctua has also teased a next-generation 140mm fan, set to launch in Q1 2024, with a chromax.black version coming after. Lastly, an updated NH-D15 CPU cooler is in the works, set to release sometime in 2024.
As one of the major players in the PC cooling market, Noctua is set to exhibit at Computex Taipei from May 30th to June 2nd. Some of the products on the roadmap and prototypes will be showcased there, allowing those interested to take an early look.