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Friday, 23 March 2007 17:25

ASUS Arctic Square

Written by Slobodan Simic

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Quad-core cooling with compact size 


Asus just
released new compact cooler from Asus Arctic Square CPU cooler offers quiet performance with the unique design. It comes with some innovative features like double side fins, dynamic fan speed control and four copper heat pipes so it could deliver efficient heat dissipation for the latest quad-core processors.

 

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It supports Intel's Core 2 Extreme series, Pentium D Dual-Core CPU, and Pentium 4 LGA775 processors; as well as AMD's Socket AM2/940/939, Athlon 64-FX, Athlon and Sempron processors.


Double sided, ladder-shaped fins are located on both sides of the cooler so it has a larger heat exchange area. Aluminium heat sink with copper base is cooled by inner 92mm LED cooler which goes up to 2,300 rpm's.

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New cooler sure looks good, the question is how well does it performs. We saw the first units back at Cebit and it works well.

 

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