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Alpenföhn Announces the Sella Compact CPU Cooler

Discussion in 'News' started by btarunr, Dec 17, 2010.

  1. btarunr

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    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.

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    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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    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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    -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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    It's funny how now 92mm is considered "compact"
  5. Bjorn_Of_Iceland

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    looks familiar..
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    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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    Looks almost exactly like the Coolermaster Hyper 212, though that could be the eggnog talking, even so I have never heard of this brand.
  8. Bjorn_Of_Iceland

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    yeah.. they all look the same indeed.. there must be some cheapo wholesale thing with it.

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