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Alpenfohn Ben Nevis Advanced Black RGB cooler arrives soon

Posted on Tuesday, October 24 2017 @ 13:17:35 CEST by

Alpenföhn teases its upcoming Ben Nevis Advanced Black RGB processor cooler. This product features four direct-touch copper heatpipes and has a black aluminium fin array that's cooled by a 130mm RGB cone PWM fan. The heatsink measures 130mm x 74mm x 159mm and weighs 630g with the an included. The 130mm PWM fan has hydraulic bearing and spins 500 to 1500RPM, with an airflow of up to 95.4m³/h and a noise level of up to 25.8dBA.

The special feature of this heatsink is the RGB fan, it's compatible with ASUS AURA Sync, GIGABYTE RGB Fusion, MSI Mystic Light Sync and ASRock RGB LED. Alpenföhn gives the cooler a cooling capacity rating of up to 150W TDP. Pricing and exact availability is unknown.
Ben Nevis Advanced Black RGB has been introduced to advance our product range by a more colorful variant of our successful cooler. The asymmetrical structure of the black heat sink, four heat pipes as well as a 130mm RGB cone fan create the perfect symbiosis of style, noise and performance.

The mounting system ensures a simple and secure installation of the cooler on the sockets 2066, 2011, 2011-v3, 1366, 115x (Coffee Lake compatible), AM4 (with Upgrade-Kit), 775, AM4, AM3(+), AM3, AM2(+), AM2 and FM1.
Alpenföhn Ben Nevis Advanced Black RGB

Alpenföhn Ben Nevis Advanced Black RGB



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