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ThermalTake working on Frio CPU cooler

Posted on Wednesday, June 03 2009 @ 14:51:56 CEST by


ThermalTake unveiled the Frio CPU cooler at Computex, this cooler has a copper base, five copper heatpipes and lots of aluminum fins that are cooled by a 120mm fan. The Frio measures 130mm x 92mm x 160mm and according to ThermalTake it will be the real overclocker's choice. The ThermalTake Frio should be available within a couple of months.
'll ship with one 120mm fan, with speeds ranging from 1,200rpm - 2,500rpm, and an optional second fan can be added to provide additional cooling potential.

In the depths of its booth, Thermaltake had a Frio-cooled testbed sitting alongside an identical system cooled by a leading competitor - we won't name names until we've done our own testing, but Thermaltake's Frio provided CPU temperatures roughly 10°C lower than the well-respected challenger.


The Taiwanese firm also had the SpinQ VT on display, this seems to be a flipped version of the original SpinQ cooler.



 



 

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