Iceberg Thermal introduces CPU coolers with Iceberg Shell

Posted on Wednesday, September 09 2020 @ 9:29 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
There's a new cooling company in town. After 15 years of developing industrial cooling solutions, Iceberg Thermal Inc. is now revealing its first products for the consumer market. Iceberg Thermal offers a lineup of CPU coolers, case fans, thermal grease, thermal pads, and accessories.

The Tempe, Arizona-based firm's highest-end product is the IceSLEET X9 Dual TR, a model designed for AMD's Ryzen Threadripper series. The IceSLEET X9 Dual TR has a copper base, nine 6mm diameter nickel-plated copper heatpipes, and 98 aluminium fins with a thickness of 0.4mm. Airflow is provided by one 120mm and one 140mm fan. One fan features ARGB LEDs and the HSF's shroud also has an illuminated logo.

There's 46mm of RAM clearance to allow space to accommodate RAM modules and the fans feature an automatic start/stop system to lower noise production under low load. The hallmark feature of the IceSLEET CPU coolers seems to be the "Iceberg Shell" -- a plastic shell that resembles an iceberg.

IceSLEET X9 Dual TR measures 149mm x 135mm x 166mm (L x W x H) and weighs a whopping 1266g. This model is exclusively compatible with AMD sTRX4 and sTR4 sockets and supports a max TDP of 280W. Iceberg Thermal also has a range of other IceSLEET coolers that support most Intel and AMD sockets, including the dual-fan IceSLEET X7 Dual, which is designed for up to 225W TDP.

Then there are also the single-fan IceSLEET X6 and IceSLEET X5, which are aimed at max TDP of 200W and 160W, respectively. Pricing is unknown. Iceberg Thermal's website indicates these models should be available soon via places like Amazon.

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