Coolink Silentator - new HSF

Posted on Wednesday, Jun 13 2007 @ 03:52 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
Coolink announced a new processor cooler today based on the design of the Noctua NH-U12F. The Coolink Silentator is a bit less heavy and features a slightly more noisy but more powerful fan.
Whereas many CPU cooler manufacturers resort to the use of low-grade sleeve bearing fans that can't provide satisfying long-term stability, the Silentator comes equipped with the tried and tested SWiF-1202 quality fan using a high-precision double ball bearing. At a maximum speed of 1600RPM, the SWiF-1202 gives the Silentator sufficient headroom in order to provide reliable cooling even for highly overclocked CPUs. At the same time, the noise emission of the SWiF-1202 can be reduced to a mere 14dB(A) using the supplied PCI-bracket fan controller.

"We outfitted the Silentator with a SWiF-1202 fan in order to create a product that offers quality and reliability through and through as well as to let the user choose between outstanding performance and extremely silent operation according to his current needs", says Timothy Chu. "This way, the customer gets a first-class cooler and an excellent fan ensuring maximum quietness for many years, all bundled at a very competitive price."
The cooler is compatible with all the latest sockets from AMD and Intel. It will retail for 39.90EUR ($49.90)

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