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Wednesday, 10 March 2010 10:01

Corsair shows its new air coolers

Written by Slobodan Simic

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Cebit 2010: Aims at that part of market as well

After introducing its A50 water cooler, Corsair has decided to introduce its first air cooler as well and has obviously deemed CeBIT the right place to do it. Corsair will have two coolers that will support both Intel and AMD sockets.

The Air Series A50 has three 8mm heatpipes that are in direct contact with the CPU, while its bigger brother, the Air Series A70 will have four 8mm heatpipes and support for dual fans setup. While the A50 is limited to one fan, both models will be using the same low-noise, low vibration 120mm fans with rubber stud mounting that will spin between 1,600 and 2,000RPM.

Both models will feature a two years of warranty but unfortunately the availability date and the price are yet to be announced.

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