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Wednesday, 05 March 2008 12:50

Gigabyte does a new CPU cooler

Written by Slobodan Simic
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Cebit 08: Branded G-Power II Pro


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from its new memory water-cooling solution, Gigabyte has showcased a new cooler that uses a specific 45 degree-angled design that, besides the CPU, also cools the surrounding MOSFETs.

This new CPU cooler has five heatpipes, a copper base and it is nickel coated for extra durability. This cooler features universal mounting design so it will be able to cool both LGA 775 and AM2/K8 processors. It uses a 12 cm PWM fan which should be very silent, at least from what we could see on the showcased sample.

This cooler should also be available soon and you should see it soon on retailer's shelves.  

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