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Tuesday, 08 November 2011 19:50

Cooler Master releases Hyper 412S CPU cooler

Written by Slobodan Simic

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Supports Intel LGA2011 socket


Cooler Master has announced its latest tower CPU cooler with support for Intel's LGA2011 socket and Continuous Direct Contact technology.

The new Hyper 412S has 132x99x160mm dimensions and weighs 609 grams. As noted, the Hyper 412S is a tower design cooler with four 6mm direct contact heatpipes connected to aluminum fin heatsink. According to Cooler Master, the new Continuous Direct Contact technology creates a virtual vapor chamber that should improve cooling. The cooler comes with a 120mm fan that spins up to 1300 RPM and produces 22.5dBA of noise.

In addition to the native LGA2011 support, the Hyper 412S also supports Intel's 1155, 1366, 1156 and 775 socket CPUs as well as AMD's AM3+, AM3, AM2+, AM2 and FM1 socket CPUs.

The new Hyper 412S should be availble pretty soon and the price should be set at  €37.90 including tax.
 

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