Back at Computex last year, Noctua showed off a massive prototype CPU heatsink built for passive cooling (as in, no fans attached). The original plan was to release the cooler sometime this year, but Noctua’s updated product roadmap (via FanlessTech) now has it coming out in the first quarter of 2021 instead.

The reason for the delay is not clear, but at least it’s not being scrapped altogether. There’s never a guarantee that prototype products shown off at trade events will see the light of day, and this beast of a cooler really needs to get released.

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