Details of the three CPU-cooler Arctic Cooling Alpine 11 series
March 7, 2009, 12:49 pm
We have been able to get more information regarding the technical specifications prepared for publication by the processor cooler Arctic Cooling Alpine 11 series, which are currently displayed by the international exhibition CeBIT 2009 in Hanover. According to our data, the developers propose three new items, each of which is compatible with the Intel chip, not only in the performance of Socket LGA775, but with the connector Socket LGA1156. The products are made of aluminum radiators, but differ in size and weight, which is 100 x 96 x 87 mm with a mass 370 g of the Arctic Cooling Alpine 11, 105, 3 x 113, 4 x 85 mm at a mass 286 g at Arctic Cooling Alpine 11 Pro and 89 x 89 x 75 mm with a mass 286 g of the Arctic Cooling Alpine 11 GT. Notably, in all models is a function of fan speed control by pulse-width modulation. In Arctic Cooling Alpine 11, and Arctic Cooling Alpine 11 Pro it 92 mm, in the first case, the rotational speed varies in the range from 900 to 2000 revolutions per minute, while the second - from 500 to 2000 rpm. In turn, Arctic Cooling Alpine 11 GT is complete with 80-mm propeller, the rotational speed of which is in the range from 500 to 2000 rpm. It was expected that the above products will be on sale in a month, but just do not know what it cost.