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be quiet! teases Dark Rock 4 series HSFs with dark ceramic coating

Posted on Monday, January 15 2018 @ 11:41:20 CET by


Over at CES 2018, be quiet! showed off its new line of Dark Rock 4 processor coolers. TechPowerUp uploaded some photos and details. The Dark Rock 4 series heatsinks have a dark ceramic coating, which not only adds style but also improved heat dissipation. Furthermore, another change to the heatsink design is the inclusion of small dots to increase the total surface area.

First up we have the Dark Rock 4, this model features a single aluminium fin array with six 6mm thick heatpipes that dissipate the heat from a copper base. Airflow is provided by a 135mm SilentWings fan an be quiet! gives the Dark Rock 4 a rating of up to 200W TDP.

Dark Rock 4

If your cooling needs are higher, you can opt for the Dark Rock Pro 4. This version has two fin stacks and a total of seven 6mm thick copper heatpipes. Airflow is provided by a 120mm SilentWings 3 fan in the middle plus a larger 135mm SilentWings fan. The Dark Rock Pro 4 is rated at up to 250W.

Dark Rock Pro  4

Both coolers start shipping in Q2 2018. Pricing is unknown.



 



 

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