Friday, December 17th 2010

Alpenföhn Announces the Sella Compact CPU Cooler

With “Sella” Alpenföhn presents a new CPU cooler. Due to the compact size “Sella” offers a perfect compromise between variable applications and excellent cooling performance. The heatsink is based on the award-winning HDC-Technology (Heatpipe Direct Contact). This technology enables a direct heat dissipation through the heatpipes to the aluminium fins which ends up in high thermal performance at a compact size.

The Alpenföhn engineers equipped the cooler with a super silent 92mm PWM fan with a speed range of only 900 – 2.200 rpm. Depending on using the Silence or Power Mode noise and performance can be adjusted to your needs. The “Tool free” mounting system offers highest contact pressure and ensures a solid and safe mounting.

Feature: The positioning of the cooler towards the case back panel is possible for Intel as wells as AMD systems.
  • Part number: 84000000053
  • Dimensions: 105 x 78 x 129 mm
  • Weight(with fan): 422 g
  • Fan size: 92 x 92 x 25 mm
  • Operating voltage: 12 VDC
  • Noise:
  • o 850 rpm: 14 dB(A)
    o 1300 rpm: 20.7 dB(A)
    o 2200 rpm: 29,8 dB(A)
  • Maimum airflow: 62,80m³/h
  • Bearing: HD-bearing
  • Auto restart: yes
Recommended price: 19.90€
Lead Time: End of December
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7 Comments on Alpenföhn Announces the Sella Compact CPU Cooler

#1
_JP_
Competition in this segment of the market is getting ferocious. And if it keeps up like this, there will be no need to use Intel's/AMD's stock coolers...since these can preform better overall.
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#2
panchoman
Sold my stars!
-ugh- another one?

great innovation! never seen something like it! this is outrageous! in a good way! HDT? variable fan control? heat tower with a 92 mm fan? How so damn revolutionary! i need to toss my thermalright cooler out the window and go buy this right now!

seriously, people need to come up with new designs and types of coolers -_-
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#3
chodaboy19
It's funny how now 92mm is considered "compact"
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#5
Kantastic
by: Bjorn_Of_Iceland
looks familiar..
Miniature version of the Spire TherMax Eclipse II, the 3Rsystems Iceage 120 Boss II, the XTremeGear HP-1216, and of course, the Alpenföhn Nordwand.

It looks to be from the same OEM what with the similar fin style, the heatsink on base, mounting system, etc.
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#6
[H]@RD5TUFF
Looks almost exactly like the Coolermaster Hyper 212, though that could be the eggnog talking, even so I have never heard of this brand.
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#7
Bjorn_Of_Iceland
by: Kantastic
Miniature version of the Spire TherMax Eclipse II, the 3Rsystems Iceage 120 Boss II, the XTremeGear HP-1216, and of course, the Alpenföhn Nordwand.

It looks to be from the same OEM what with the similar fin style, the heatsink on base, mounting system, etc.
yeah.. they all look the same indeed.. there must be some cheapo wholesale thing with it.
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