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Sunday, 30 December 2007 15:44

Arctic Cooling launches two new coolers

Written by Slobodan Simic

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Alpine 7 Pro and GT, affordable LGA 775 coolers


Hong Kong-based Switzerland company Arctic Cooling has launched two more coolers in its Alpine 7 series. Both of them feature highly efficient thermal design and PWM function and they are designed for Intel LGA 775 processors.

Both Alpine 7 Pro comes with 92mm, while GT has a 80mm fluid dynamic bearing fan with patented vibration absorption, which should reduce the noise produced by these coolers. The Pro version is rated to dissipate up to 90 Watts, and GT up to 80 Watts of heat. Both of them uses Intel 's push pin mounting system and more importantly, both of them are covered with 6-year limited warranty.

Alpine 7 GT and Pro should be available by the end of December 2007 with suggested price of 15.95/Euro 10.95 (excl VAT) for Pro and USD 12.45/Euro 8.45(excl VAT) for the GT version. You can find additional info here.

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