"The NH-U9B-SE2 continues Noctua's tradition of award winning heatsink design. With 25% less width and 30% shorter than the U12P, the NH-U9B-SE2 is aimed squarely at the micro-ATX and HTPC users who want the performance of a tower heatsink in a quiet, compact form. With a pair of Noctua NF-B9 premium fans keeping things cool and quiet, the Noctua U9B-SE2 is perfect for keeping those CPU temperatures in check inside those cramped HTPC spaces."
FULL STORY @ HITECHLEGION (http://www.hitechlegion.com/reviews/cooling/heatsinksfans/5108-noctua-u9b-se2-cpu-cooler-review)
"Another interesting note made by GF's team last week was they were
"not interested in owning IP" but only wanted to build it. This is
obviously a jab at Intel who only recently decided to start offering some
of its Atom core IP for production at TSMC for third-parties (a
revolutionary move from Intel though) yet will still of course produce the
same architecture for themselves at their own facilities."
FULL STORY @ PCPER (http://www.pcper.com/article.php?aid=814)