ASUS has introduced the Triton 88, this new processor cooler supports most new socket from AMD and Intel, including the LGA1366 for the Core i7. The cooler features a twin-pillared design with a silent 120mm inner blue LED PWM fan, copper base, six copper heatpipes and aluminum fins.
Exclusive Twin-pillared Design and 120mm Inner-fan for 180W Overclocking Support
The Triton 88 utilizes an exclusive twin-pillared heatsink design that; when combined with the 120mm inner-fan, will help in lowering temperatures and create powerful air-cooled performance for extreme overclocking of up to 180W. Furthermore, with the fan positioned within the heatsink, VRM can be protected against high temperatures with the guiding of cool air to critical components near the CPU—ensuring system stability.
Massive Heat Dissipation Area of up to 8000cm2 for Optimal Cooling
To provide the best heat dissipation, the Triton 88 is also equipped with a massive heat dissipation area of up to 8000cm2; while 6 high conductive copper heatpipes and the 120mm LED fan provides maximum airflow and optimal cooling performance. This will ensure that enthusiasts worldwide will be able to enjoy overclocking of up to 180W without an inkling of concern. Furthermore, the Triton 88 is equipped with a PWM function that is able to automatically adjust the fan speed according to the CPU’s temperature—providing low acoustics during operation.
To keep up with future gaming and processor technologies, the Triton 88 not only supports multiple applications, and but also the latest Intel® Core™ i7 processor (LGA1366). DIY and gaming enthusiasts worldwide can now easily utilize this top-notch cooler to help ensure that their own PC systems can run faster and more stable than ever before.
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Re: ASUS Triton 88 processor cooler supports Core i7 by Anonymous on Thursday, February 12 2009 @ 01:26:18 CET
Looks like a nuce cooler, I'll buy one. So, where is it? I can not find a retailer that carries it, nor can I find it on AsusTek's own Web site.