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NA-HC3

RM139.00 RM119.00

Cooler compatibility

  • NH-D15
  • NH-D15 SE-AM4
  • NH-D15S

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Description

chromax.black.swap design with swappable colour inlays

chromax.black.swap design with swappable colour inlays

The NA-HC3 chromax.black.swap comes with swappable inlays in black, white, red, blue, green and yellow that allow colour-coordinating the heatsink with most popular build colour schemes. Whether you’re designing your dream machine for the years to come or switch parts on a monthly basis, matching colours has never been so easy!
Create your own inlays in custom colours

Create your own inlays in custom colours

Do you want to use a custom colour for your new project? Creating custom-coloured inlays for the chromax.black.swap covers couldn’t be easier: Either spray-coat one of the supplied ones or cut a 150x36mm piece of paper, cardboard or plastic (max. thickness 0.5mm), put it inside the cover and you’re ready to go!
Endless options for customisation

Endless options for customisation

Do you want to give your entire heatsink a custom colour to take things one step further? While spray-painting heatsinks is difficult and reduces performance, Noctua’s powder-coated chromax covers can easily be repainted with custom colours and decorations.
Match with industrialPPC or chromax fans and pads

Match with industrialPPC or chromax fans and pads

Noctua’s chromax line heatsink covers are a perfect match for the black industrialPPC and chromax.black.swap fans, both of which can be colour-customised using chromax anti-vibration pads and cables (available in black, white, red, blue, green and yellow).
High-quality powder-coated aluminium

High-quality powder-coated aluminium

Tired of flimsy, thin plastic faceplates? The chromax line heatsink covers are made from sturdy, 1mm-thick aluminium and feature a scratch-resistant powder-coating finish in order to match the build quality of your Noctua heatsink.
Easy installation

Easy installation

Installing Noctua’s chromax line heatsink covers is child’s play: Put the fixture on top of the cooler, secure it with the steel clip, slide on the cover until the magnets snap into place – done! You don’t even have to remove the cooler from the CPU or take off the fan.
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