Arctic unveils Alpine 64 Pro cooler for AMD processors

Posted on Wednesday, Apr 29 2009 @ 19:16 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
Arctic Cooling has introduced the Alpine 64 Pro, a new budget cooler for AMD Socket AM3, AM2+, AM2 and 939 processors. The heatsink comes with a 92mm PWM fan, which delivers an airflow of up to 36.7CFM at a noise level of 0.4 Sone.
Enjoy quiet cooling at a reasonable price
The Alpine 64 Pro features a lot of high standard components. The 92mm fan comes with PWM function, which controls the fan speed, and thus, lowers the noise level to a minimum according to the CPU load. The PWM function guarantees sufficient cooling at the lowest noise level possible and saves energy simultaneously. Together with the patented fan case, low noise impeller and the vibration absorption, the Alpine 64 Pro is as quiet as 0.4 Sone at full speed (2,000 rpm).

Apart from the PWM fan, the Alpine 64 Pro also features an optimised heatsink and extremely low resistance thermal compound MX-2 for efficient heat dissipation from the core. The above high quality components offer excellent thermal and noise control management. Without a doubt, the Alpine 64 Pro is one of the most cost-efficient cooler of its class.

Easy installation
With the user-friendly design, the Alpine 64 Pro can be installed within seconds. Remove the standard cooler, place the Alpine 64 Pro on the CPU, lock
The Arctic Alpine 64 Pro will be available in May for $10.90 (7.60EUR, excl. VAT).



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