Noctua has released the perfect Phillips screwdriver for installing coolers
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Noctua has released the perfect Phillips screwdriver for installing coolers – it only costs $10

Noctua has introduced two branded screwdrivers for its fans and computer enthusiasts: Noctua NM-SD2 with a cross-shaped Philips PH2 tip and Noctua NM-SD1 with a Torx T20 tip in the shape of a six-pointed star. These screwdrivers are ideal for installing Noctua branded coolers, among other things: the NM-SD2 model is for models with SecuFirm and SecuFirm2 mounts, and the NM-SD1 model is for SecuFirm2+.

    Image source: Noctua

Image source: Noctua

Both screwdrivers come with a fairly long 150mm shaft with a magnetic tip. Comfortable grips make interacting with the tool more comfortable. With this, the manufacturer is launching simple and practical screwdrivers that can be used to mount coolers or do some other tasks when assembling a PC.

It should be noted that the screwdrivers presented by Noctua visually resemble the well-known screwdrivers from the German company Wera Tools. However, the presented novelties are cheaper and their warranty period is shorter. This may indicate that NM-SD1 and NM-SD2 were inspired by Wera Tools and not made by a German company.

The Noctua NM-SD1 and Noctua NM-SD2 screwdrivers went on sale on the Amazon platform and in the company’s stores. In the US, each screwdriver costs about $10.

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