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Antec Kühler Box and Flow CPU coolers unveiled

Posted on Friday, July 23 2010 @ 19:51:04 CEST by


Looks like the Shelf isn't the only CPU cooler in Antec's new Kühler series. The second model in the lineup is named Kühler Box, it's a dual-tower heatsink with eight copper heatpipes and a 120mm PWM fan located in the center. This model weighs a whopping 1.2kg and is found online for around $66. It's compatible with all recent CPUs from Intel and AMD.
Seen below, Antec's new cooler measures 148 (H) x 122 (W) x 120 (D) mm and weights a scary 1.2kg, features two aluminum heatsinks, eight copper heatpipes and a 120mm PWM fan located in the center of it all.


The third cooler in the lineup is the Kühler Flow, a HSF with seven copper heatpipes, an aluminium fin array and a 120mm PWM fan. It's available at some places for around $65, and just like the other models it supports all new chips from both Intel and AMD.
Seen below, the new cooler measures 122 (H) x 157 (W) x 108 (D) mm, weights 0.7kg, has seven copper heatpipes, and a 120mm PWM fan with rubber grommets that reduce vibration.


Source: TC Mag, 2



 



 

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