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Cooler Master reveals three new CPU coolers at CeBIT

Posted on Wednesday, March 02 2011 @ 20:22:21 CET by

Dutch tech site Tweakers spotted three new processor coolers at Cooler Master's CeBIT booth.

First up is the Hyper 612S, a new high-end model that aims to compete with the Scythe Mugen 2. The heatsink offers six heatpipes and an aluminium fin array that is cooled by a silent 120mm fan (second fan is optional). Pricing is expected to be around the 44EUR mark, which is slightly more expensive than the Mugen 2.

The Hyper 412S will succeed the Hyper 212, it offers four heatpipes and an aluminium fin array. Cooling is provided by a 120mm fan but Cooler Master has not yet decided whether this will be a standard model or a slim version (which would give the memory a little bit more space).

The third new HSF is the Project V-A2, this low-height cooler is designed for HTPC cases. It has four heatpipes and an aluminium fin array with a slim 120mm fan.



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