Sunday, August 15th 2010

Nexus Intros FLC-3000 R2 CPU Cooler

Nexus unveiled an updated design to its FLC-3000 CPU cooler that was launched about three years ago, the FLC-3000 R2. The new version features support for the latest socket types, and makes use of a CPU base with direct-touch heatpipes. The cooler measures 128 x 105 x 119 mm, weighing 450 g, its design consists of a direct-touch heatpipe CPU base from which four 6 mm copper heatpipes convey heat to an aluminum fin array that propagates at an angle of roughly 45°. A 92 mm PWM-controlled, orange LED-lit fan is nested inside the array, which spins at speeds of 900 to 2,500 rpm, with a maximum noise output of 24 dBA. All current socket types are supported, including LGA1366, LGA1156, AM3/AM2+, and LGA775. It is expected to be priced at around $40.

Source: TechConnect Magazine
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8 Comments on Nexus Intros FLC-3000 R2 CPU Cooler

#2
983264
Missile launcher!

It looks like it's a Patriot Missile Launcher... Put 2 of this in the SR-2 Motherboard and it will look like a SAM site... Peace
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#3
JATownes
This looks good, but if you play HAWX you might end up getting shot down. :roll:
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#4
Mussels
Moderprator
looks like the idea is to cool ram/VRM's, and fit into shorter cases.
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#5
DanishDevil
It needs a spindle and a motion sensor so it can turn to follow motion. Some heatpipe projectiles painted like SAMs would fit nicely too.
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#6
qwerty_lesh
Why are there no front shots? is the fan ugly or something :roll: :laugh:
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#8
WarEagleAU
Bird of Prey
I would love to see some tests on this to see how ti cools compared H50 (H70) TRUE, Hyper 212+, etc. Fits, think you can get one and check it out?
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