|Oct 7, 2011, 08:04 AM||#1|
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GlacialTech Launches Igloo H46 & H58 Series CPU Coolers
GlacialTech Inc., a diverse provider of cooling, power supply and PC enclosure solutions for consumer and industrial applications and a world-class provider of cost effective cooling components and chassis launches the latest Igloo H46 & H58 Series CPU coolers with Intel LGA1155/1156 and AMD FM1 / AM2 / AM2+ / AM3 sockets. The unique design provides good cooling effect to the components around the CPU.
As is usual, GlacialTech comes out with a product that provides highest quality materials and workmanship. The design is clear and functional. The manufacturer decided to waive all creative elements that may have negative influence on the cooling performance. Users can choose out of two different models. The attached PWM fan is certainly equipped with the durable and silent bearing. Price performance, noise performance and weight performance are GlacialTech's three principle design philosophies.
Having acquired ISO 9001 and 14001, GlacialTech commits itself to use green materials for its product design and construction and to manufacture its products following green manufacturing processes only. As a total thermal solution provider, GlacialTech is committed to bring increased value to customers through the creation of light weight cost effective systems, and a quiet working environment with an optimal price performance benefit. The Igloo H46 & H58 Series are for your PC evolution to an ultimate light weight, low cost CPU cooler for your system.
|Oct 7, 2011, 09:05 PM||#4|
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Is that a 140mm fan on the H58? This would be a good cooler to match my Radioactive RAM. Whens the release? It appears to be a direct-contact cooler.
Some more pics.
I used to be proud to be an audiophile, but when you go from "isn't $50 a bit much for a headphone" to "cool, only a few hundred" and you start selling off parts of your PC to get your next fix... oh well. It's still cheaper than being a car guy.
|Oct 8, 2011, 05:17 AM||#5|
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The technical specs of heatsink (Thermalright Ultra-120) are
Dimension : L63.44 x W132 x H160.5 mm (heatsink only)
Weight :790g (Heatsink Only)
Recommended Fan :All 120mm Fan
With the 120mm AKASA fan
Application PC case or heatsink fan
Dimension 120 X 120 X 25mm
Fan speed 600 -1900 RPM
Max airflow 83.63 CFM
Max static air pressure 2.98 mm H2O
Noise level 6.9 -28.9 dB(A)
Voltage rating 12V DC
Bearing HDB (Hydro Dynamic)
Fan life expectancy 50,000 hours
Connector 4pin PWM
Product code AK-FN059
These are the ones that i posted above. My CPU cooling is like that and it is very effective , quiet and cheap cooling.
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