Thursday, October 11th 2012

GELID Launches the Rev. 2 Silent Spirit CPU Cooler

Thermal Solutions specialist GELID Solutions unveils the 2nd revision of its multi-award winning Silent Spirit which is a top flow mid-range level CPU Cooler of its SILENT product line.

The "Rev. 2 Silent Spirit" features 4 sintered power heatpipes with Direct Touch Technology. The flattened copper heatpipes with direct contact to the CPU surface ensure maximum heat transfer from CPU to the aluminum fins. The heatsink is built in a unique shape and aligned at a specific angle to provide best air flow to a maximum surface. Therefore the Northbridge (chipset) heatsink and the voltage regulator modules located close to the CPU can be cooled as well.


This Top-flow cooler "Rev. 2 Silent Spirit" is designed based on an open frame structure concept to provide as much air flow as possible. As its predecessor software calculations were made during the development in order to improve the cooling performance and reduce noise.

The heatsink is bundled with a silent 92 mm fan with high airflow. The fan comes with an intelligent PWM control which allows users to set the fan speed in their BIOS accordingly. Further high quality antivibration fan mounts are included to keep the fan stable while running.

The cooler is compatible to Intel 775/ 1155/ 1156 and AMD 754/ 939/ 940/ AM2/ AM2+/ AM3/ AM3+/ FM1 sockets, is RoHS and WEEE conform and has warranty of 5 years.

The "Rev. 2 Silent Spirit" cooler is now available and has a MSRP of USD 35 or Euro 23.
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6 Comments on GELID Launches the Rev. 2 Silent Spirit CPU Cooler

#1
tacosRcool
Top flow coolers are few and far between these days
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#2
brandonwh64
Addicted to Bacon and StarCrunches!!!
Looks like a redesign of a arctic freezer 7
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#3
FreedomEclipse
Crazy Dogmatic Bullsh!t!
by: brandonwh64
Looks like a redesign of a arctic freezer 7
+1

I was thinking the same thing myself. I think the fan just gives it away too easily :p
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#4
sneekypeet
Unpaid Babysitter
Awesome, they changed shitty push pin intel mounting for another shitty push pin mounting setup!
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#5
Shihabyooo
What ? No love for the LGA1366/2011 sockets ?
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#6
ColdRush
I'm sure I've seen a Scythe cooler exactly like this before.
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