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Corsair debuts two direct-contact heatpipe processor coolers

Posted on Tuesday, March 02 2010 @ 18:17:34 CET by

Corsair was already active in watercooling but now they've also added two aircooling products to their lineup; the Air Series A70 and A50. The A70 measures 159.5mm x 124.6mm x 129mm and features two 120mm fans with an airflow of 50-61CFM, at a noise level of 26 to 31.5dBA. The heatsink features four 8mm copper direct-touch heatpipes and lots of aluminum fins.

The A50 cooler is a smaller version of the A70, it measures 159.5mm x 124.6mm x 81.2mm, has only three 8mm heatpipes and ships with one 120mm fan. Other than that, the specifications are pretty much the same. Both coolers ship with mounting tools for Intel LGA775/1156/1366 and AMD Socket AM2/AM3 processors. Pricing and availability is unknown.
The Corsair Cooling Air Series A70 has been designed to offer exceptional cooling performance for enthusiasts who demand state-of-the-art CPU temperature management. The Air Series A70 is a great choice for enthusiasts looking to squeeze every last megahertz of performance out of their high-end Intel and AMD processors, without sacrificing low noise levels.

The Corsair Cooling Air Series A50 is ideal for PC builders and hobbyists who want to upgrade from the stock Intel and AMD coolers. The Air Series A50 delivers significantly lower CPU temperatures than stock coolers, resulting in a cooler, quieter, and more reliable PC, with increased overclocking headroom.

"The Corsair Cooling Hydro Series H50 brought a new level of performance, design, expertise, and ease of installation to the CPU cooling market. Our all-new Air Series was designed with the same goals in mind." said Jim Carlton, VP of Marketing for Corsair. "The Air Series A50 and A70 expand our CPU cooling line with class-leading performance that satisfies not only extreme performance enthusiasts, but anyone who understands that improved CPU cooling provides additional performance and stability, as well as enhanced protection from the damage heat can cause to their CPU."

The Air Series A70 utilizes four direct-contact 8mm copper heat pipes, integrated into a highly-polished aluminum base placed directly on the CPU for maximum heat dissipation. Two dual-speed 120mm fans, arranged in a "Push-Pull" configuration, are attached to the all-aluminum cooling fin assembly with noise- and vibration-reducing rubber mounts. The result is superior cooling performance with minimal fan noise.

The Corsair Cooling Air Series A50 employs a compact design with three 8mm heat pipes integrated into a base placed in direct contact with the CPU. The A50 uses a single 120mm cooling fan with rubber mounts to reduce noise and vibration.



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