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ASUS Introduces Triton 85 CPU Cooler

Discussion in 'News' started by Jimmy 2004, Apr 16, 2008.

  1. Jimmy 2004

    Jimmy 2004 New Member

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    Riding on the successful design of the Hassle-Free DIY CPU cooler series, the Triton 70 and Triton 75, ASUS brings worldwide enthusiasts to a brand new dimension of cooling with its new member of Triton family – the Triton 85. This exquisitely designed CPU Cooler takes the innovative features of Triton Series – the high-density fins, dynamic fan speed control and pure copper heat pipes, and improves on them to bring about the quietest and most powerful performance. Compared to box coolers, the Triton 85 exhibits only a mere 16 dBA during operations, and is still able to enhance 35% cooling performance! Additionally, it is also aesthetically pleasing with a painted shining silver coating – bringing about a brand new style that fulfills gamers' requirements.

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    Excellent 35% Enhanced Cooling with 120mm Top Flow Cooler
    The new Triton 85 is designed with the unique top flow 120mm fan, and is coupled with a specific heat sink design and four high conductive heat-pipes for a perfect combination of efficient heat dissipation for efficient 35% enhanced cooling.

    Quietest Cooling with PWM Function
    The Triton 85 is equipped with a PWM function that controls the fan speed depending on the CPU temperature – offering a very quiet 16~25dBA acoustic level to satisfy enthusiasts who need to overclock past 130W to 180W, and still retain a quiet operation environment.

    Stylish Silver Coating for Aesthetic Appeal
    The shining silver coating and the ASUS logo fan guard not only protects the 120mm fan from damage, but also showcases the stylish appeal of this ASUS CPU cooler – allowing users to experience the ASUS Triton 85’s exquisite craftsmanship.

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    looks very nice! im not entirely sure that grill is necessary to be honest.
    cant find any reviews atm though.
     
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    so u dont get your fingers caught in it :laugh:
     
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    :roll:
    a couple of my friends did that to my front intake fan lol i had the door open and there just like hey thats cool...touch:cry: then they get all pissed!

    back on topic...the grill looks nice but i might take it off
     
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    Have ASUS ever made a good cooler?
     
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    ^^^ That's the million dollar question...Asus is a great notebook, motherboard and graphics card maker, but cooling devices is not their strong suit... ^^^
     
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    They make them good enough to get by on. However, Id look elsewhere for cooling.
     

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