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Noctua has introduced its latest Ampere Altra series of CPU coolers designed for Ampere Altra and Altra Max Arm processors at the Computex 2024 event, along with the upcoming NVIDIA GH200 Grace Hopper superchip cooler. Additionally, they showcased a new collaboration with Seasonic featuring the PRIME TX-1600 Noctua Edition power supply and a unique Kaelo wine cooler.

Aside from the standard CPU coolers and fans, Noctua revealed the Ampere Altra series of CPU coolers at Computex 2024, specifically tailored for the recently released Ampere Altra and Altra Max Arm processors with up to 128 cores. These new coolers are based on proven models for Intel Xeon and AMD Threadripper or EPYC platforms, utilizing Noctua's SecuFirm2 mounting system for LGA4926 socket and pre-applied NT-H2 thermal paste. Noctua claims these coolers offer exceptional performance and quiet operation, making them ideal for Arm-based workstations in noise-sensitive environments. The Ampere Altra lineup is now available on Newegg.

Noctua also unveiled a prototype of the NVIDIA GH200 Grace Hopper superchip cooler, featuring two custom NH-U12A heatsinks to cool both the Grace CPU and Hopper GPU. This cooler supports up to 1,000 W of heat emissions and is targeted at noise-sensitive environments such as local HPC applications and self-hosted open source LLMs. The NVIDIA GH200 cooler is expected to be released in Q4 this year and is available for pre-order.

Furthermore, Noctua partnered with Seasonic to introduce the PRIME TX-1600 Noctua Edition power supply with an 80 Plus Titanium rating. This power supply utilizes Noctua's NF-A12x25 fan for lower noise levels, semi-passive operation, ATX 3.1 and PCIe 5.1 certification, and a fully-modular design with Noctua-themed sleeved cabling.

Aside from PC hardware, Noctua also showcased the Kaelo wine cooler, equipped with an NF-P14r 140 mm fan and TEC-based cooling. This cooler is designed to be integrated into bars, tables, countertops, and other surfaces, featuring a boost mode to chill bottles by 3 to 4 degrees and precise temperature control. The Kaelo wine cooler is currently available directly from the company.