Both coolers will be able to cope with the processor at stock speed, as well as with a reasonable overclocking.
Of course, the noctua will cool it better, and will be able to do so with less noise if you control the fans adequately, it is a beast. The True is quite good, too, and probably provides a better price/performance ratio. It is one of the better coolers at its typical price point, if not the best.
For SPCR review of the True, see http://www.silentpcreview.com/cogage-tr ... lman-quiet
: this review is about the Cogage True, but Cogage used to be the "cheap name" for Thermalright, so it is mostly the same cooler. Check http://www.silentpcreview.com/Noctua_NH-D14
for the SPCR Noctua review, I think the SE is almost the same, just with PWM fans.
I own a Noctua DH-14 (non SE), and I'm quite happy with it. That said, if I had to buy a cooler rigth now, I would probably go with the Thermalright Macho HR-02, with two fans: it is a bit cheaper and it seems to be a bit better regarding cooling and noise levels.
If you have the money and want to get even better performance, you might consider using different fans: I've been using NoiseBlockers S2 for more than one year, and Scythe Gentle Typhoons as of lately, and they are both better than the fans Noctua provides. as attested by SPCR tests too. If you go with Gentle Typhoons, make sure you use the rubber thingies that come with the Noctua cooler, else there will be some vibration noise.