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Chromax Series: Noctua Can Also Color!

Noctua knows how to convince again and again with very good quality. This is shown not only by our latest tests, but also by the consistently good recessions in various online shops and comparison portals. Until now, Noctua fans were only available in the brand-typical colours beige or brown or simply plain black. To attract modders even more, the manufacturer now launches the Chromax series on the market. We would like to introduce the Chromax.black.swap fans and the Chromax cables. More about the two products can be found below.

Chromax Cable NA-SEC1 and NA-SYC1

With the Chromax cables you get the possibility to match the colour of your cable management to your whole interior. the NA-SEC1 and NA-SYC1 are available in six different colour variations: Black, white, red, blue, green and yellow.

The NA-SEC1 are extensions for fan cables. Fans with a 4-pin connector can be supplied with power via the 30 cm long cable. Of course you can also connect 3-pin fans with the cable. As usual for Noctua, no plastic fabric is used for the cable, but a rubberized heat shrink tube. However, the coating of the cables does not only have a positive effect. It is not necessarily easy to draw a bow with the cables, because they bend directly. Otherwise, the cables make a very solid impression, the colors are very strong and are directly noticeable.

The NA-SYC1 is a Y-adapter to operate two fans at one connection. Again, fans can be operated with 4 or 3 pins. To ensure trouble-free operation, however, the speed signal is only supplied via a socket. Of course, the Noctua Y-adapter is especially suitable for your own CPU coolers with two fans, because with a length of 15 cm they have exactly the right length. There are no limits to the number of adapters you can use, but you should pay attention to the maximum performance of the connector on the motherboard.

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Simon Lüthje

I am co-founder of this blog and am very interested in everything that has to do with technology, but I also like to play games. I was born in Hamburg, but now I live in Berlin.

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