OCZ cools your CPU with the new Eliminator 2 CPU cooler

Posted on Tuesday, August 19 2003 @ 17:20 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
OCZ today announced a new Pentium 4 Heatsinkfan, the Eliminator 2. Their new heatsink is fully made out of copper, with a tin coated base to prevent tarnishing.
Based on a pure copper design, the Eliminator 2 features an easy to use clip design, as well as a tin coated base. The Eliminator 2 uses stock Intel mounting hardware and mounts faster then any other aftermarket heatsink.

“OCZ will continue to offer the best cooling solutions for the Pentium 4 platform,” said Steve Lee, Director of Marketing and Strategic Business Development. “The Eliminator 2 offers great performance and installs in mere seconds.”

The Eliminator 2 will be shipping with a YS Tech 70mm TMD fan, mounting hardware and a packet of thermal paste.

Looks like this is going to be a good new qualitive heatsink from OCZ Technology.

More information about this product can be found here.

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