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Xigmatek Thor's Hammer HSF has seven heatpipes

Posted on Wednesday, January 14 2009 @ 20:13:07 CET by


Xigmatek unveiled Thor's Hammer - this new processor cooler features a total of seven heatpipes. Four heatpipes with a diameter of 8mm make direct contact with the base of your processor while another three heatpipes with a diameter of 6mm are located directly above the heatpipes that touch the processor.

The cooler features a nickel-plated base and aluminum fins. It weighs 500g and measures 120mm x 159mm x 90mm (W x H x D).
A special feature of the cooler is the special pattern the fins are positioned in. The aluminum plates are offset in order to reach a bigger surface without increasing the overall dimensions of the cooler. Due to the tower design a 120 millimeter fan can be attached with anti vibration plugs.

The Xigmatek Thor's Hammer fits onto the sockets 754, 939, AM2(+), 775 and 1366. Mounting it on AMD systems is achieved with the commonly known clamp system. A hexagon socket screw key, which is required to fix the cooler on the backplate necessary for Intel systems, is included.




 



 

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