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GlacialTech Igloo 760 HSF for AMD CPUs

Posted on Friday, November 02 2007 @ 05:10:25 CET by


GlacialTech just unveiled two new AMD processor cooler, the Igloo 7610 PWM and Igloo 7610 Silent. The first cooler ships with a speed adjustable fan and the second one features a 19dB silent fan.
The Silent version’s fan quietly and efficiently brings the temperature down. The low decibel (19dB), high volume (30.8 CFM) fan is 80mmx80mmx25mm and runs at an ultra-quiet speed of 1800 RPM. Unlike the Silent version of this series, the PWM version has an 80mm×80mm×25mm adjustable speed fan which brings the temperature down according to your needs, The fan ranges in speed from 800~3200RPM, with a maximum volume throughput of 51.3CFM. The Fan puts out 34dB maximum at full revolutions. The entire heatsink (both versions) keeps a relatively low profile and only weighs in at 370grams, making it safe and light enough to pose no danger to your AMD CPU.

The coolers are compatible with AMD Socket 754, 939, 940, AM2 & F. The unique design incorporates a specially aligned aluminum heatpipe combination of two pipes that dissipate the heat from the CPU directly into the heatsink fins. From there, the Silent version’s fan quietly and efficiently brings the temperature down. The low decibel (19dB), high volume (30.8 CFM) fan is 80mmx80mmx25mm and runs at an ultra-quiet speed of 1800 RPM.



 



 

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