Tuesday, June 3rd 2014

GELID Launches Slim Silence Line of CPU Coolers

GELID launched its Slim Silence line of low-profile CPU coolers. Some of these are slimmer than even Intel's stock fan-heatsink for LGA1150 processors, and feature a design in which the fan is embedded into a spirally-projecting aluminium fin stack. Models launched are the Slim Silence 20, designed for TDP of up to 45W, Slim Silence 26, designed for TDP of up to 65W, and Slim Silence 30, which can deal with thermal loads as high as 95W. The three are designed exclusively for Intel LGA115x sockets, and feature PWM-controllable (4-pin) fans.

The company also displayed the Slim Silence i-Plus, a tower-type cooler, in which the aluminium fin stack, and its companion fan are arranged in a way that they don't intrude into space meant for memory slots, VRM heatsinks, or the northbridge heatsink. Like the other three, this one is LGA115x-exclusive, too, and relies on a 90 mm PWM controllable fan to ventilate its aluminium fin stack.
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2 Comments on GELID Launches Slim Silence Line of CPU Coolers

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micropage7
too bad you cant use push pull config on that
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ZetZet
by: micropage7
too bad you cant use push pull config on that
push pull on that tiny fin stack wouldnt do much good.
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