The official premiere superkulera Cooler Master V10

 
February 4, 2009, 5:49 pm

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the official premiere superkulera cooler master v10   Mass-media companies Cooler Master has announced the withdrawal of the market`s new universal CPU cooler V10 (code model RR-B2P-UV10-GP), finished the sample was demonstrated by the general public in the January 2009 International CES exhibition in Las Vegas.
According to the developers, their offspring is one of the most high-performance to date of an active air cooling for the CPU, capable of effectively lowering the temperature of powerful chip Intel (Socket LGA1366/775) and AMD (Socket AM2/940/939/754).
The product weighing 1200 g has dimensions of 235, 5 x 129, 6 x 161, 3 mm, is equipped with a copper base with a Peltier element, equipped with ten copper thermal tubes 6 mm thick each, and also has a huge radiator divided into three arrays of thin aluminum plates. This cooler is equipped with a pair calculated at 40, 000 hours of trouble fan size 120 x 120 x 25 mm, one with red LED illumination is placed parallel to the plane of the motherboard and through the similarly oriented along this section of the radiator blows RAM modules. Notably, the rotational speed propellers automatically adjusted according to changes in temperature in the range from 800 to 2400 revolutions per minute, while the minimum level established by the noise is 17 dB. On top of the device is covered with black lid fitted with slots and bars to ensure a better circulation of air flows.
By some accounts, the cost of this monster will be in the range of 100 to 150 euros.

 

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