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Friday, 31 August 2007 17:48

OCZ announces Vanquisher CPU cooler

Written by Slobodan Simic

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Moves up to 200 Watts of heat

 
OCZ has announced the OCZ Vanquisher CPU cooler, the same one that we seen on the GC and wrote about here. The Vanquisher is a compact cooler with a 92mm fan that can move up to 200 Watts of heat.

The new OCZ's Vanquisher CPU cooler fits at AMD 754/939/AM2 and Intel's LGA775 sockets. Vanquisher uses a pure copper base plate and three copper heat pipes that move the heat from CPU to aluminum fins. The dimensions of the heatsink are (L)72 x (W)110 x (H)134 mm, and this gets it in the compact category.

OCZ uses ceramic bearing 92mm fan with rated speeds of 800-2000RPM to cool the aluminum fins.

The cooler itself has no need for the backplate, so mounting should be very easy since there is no need for motherboard removal. Thermal compound is included with the cooler and the cooler comes with a one year warranty.

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