I was talking to a friend recently, and I commented on how it was just "stupid hot" in Calgary. He responded by saying, "it cannot be stupid hot... unless you are referring to a person". Joking aside, heat can be harmful to humans. In the summer, it is very important people stay well hydrated, and alternate their times indoors and outdoors. The past few weeks in Calgary have been quite warm. Now I am not here to complain, especially when there are worse places with higher humidity and temperatures to deal with. Nonetheless for a person like myself who can sweat buckets, it can be uncomfortable. With modern conveniences like air conditioning at work and in the car, I can generally bear the day. But without air conditioning at home, my nights are the worst, as my room feels like an oven. Opening the window does not help, as the road nearby is quite noisy even late at night, and the best I can do is turn on the ventilation fan. I really think the main contributing factor to the heat in my room is from both the weather, and the fact there is a desktop computer in my room. Speaking of which, just like a person, computer hardware does not generally like heat. Many hardware manufacturers have tried to keep heat to a minimum, and Noctua is definitely no stranger in this regard. In fact, Noctua only offers air cooling solutions for computers, in CPU coolers and chassis fans. Today we have another processor cooler in the form of the Noctua NH-C14S, an improvement on the previously reviewed Noctua NH-C14. Where has this new cooler improved, and how does it do in terms of actual performance? Hopefully these mysteries will be revealed in today's review, so read on to find out!