Tuesday, April 12th 2011

GELID Announces Slim Silence I-Plus CPU Cooler

Thermal Solutions specialist GELID Solutions adds a 28mm high 1U ultra slim CPU Cooler with high quality heatpipe and premium copper plate to its Silent product line. The “Slim Silence i-Plus” is especially designed to fit Intel most popular sockets such as 775/1156 and 1155. This petite cooler supports an incredibly CPU thermal design power (TDP) up to 82W with a good case ventilation.

With a compact heatsink design for Mini ITX, Micro ATX, ATX, HTPC, Panel PC, Car PC and 1U server the “Slim Silence i-Plus” is equipped with a high performance heatpipe, premium copper plate and a silent fan.

Thanks to the small but high performance heatpipe and a pure copper plate the “Slim Silence i-Plus” ensures a fast and efficient heat transfer from core to aluminum fins.

The frameless silent fan includes a ball bearing and a GELID intelligent PWM (Pulse Width Modulation) control which ensures a silent operation at low CPU temperature and accelerates the fan speed when necessary.

The “Slim Silence i-Plus” is RoHS and WEEE conform and has a warranty of 5 years.

”This cooler is the perfect choice for HTPC users who are looking for a 1U sized cooler capable of cooling the latest generation of Intel core i3 and i5 CPU’s”, said Gebhard Scherrer co-founder and Sales Director of GELID Solutions Ltd.

The “Slim Silence i-Plus” has a MSRP of USD 26 / Euro 20 and is available now.
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6 Comments on GELID Announces Slim Silence I-Plus CPU Cooler

#1
Mussels
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by: btarunr
This petite cooler supports an incredibly CPU thermal design power (TDP) up to 82W with a good case ventilation.
engrish fail.
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#2
theJesus
Since when do people put their HTPCs in server cases? :confused:
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#3
Mussels
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by: theJesus
Since when do people put their HTPCs in server cases? :confused:
its just a size standard. 1U racks happen to be similar to say, the size of an old VHS player which would fit a HTPC nicely into someomes outdated TV cabinet.
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#4
zads
by: theJesus
Since when do people put their HTPCs in server cases? :confused:
Well I think the point is that you can put this into a tiny 1U-height case, probably not an actual 1U server case.
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#5
Jizzler
Why not?

If you have A/V equipment in 19" rack form, use a rack case :)
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#6
micropage7
i never think a simple cooler could take part in heat pipes era.
the design is pretty simple, like Gelid chases the performance very seriously
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