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Cogage True Spirit and MST-140 Coolers Surface

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  1. btarunr

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    A seemingly new gun in the PC cooling town is Cogage. The company sources its produce from Thermalright, a company well-known for its CPU coolers. Taking its name from the Thermalright Ultra Edition (popularly abbreviated as TRUE), the company has readied the True Spirit cooler, which even ends up looking like the cooler it's trying to impersonate. This cooler is built exclusively for Intel LGA-1366 socket processors. It measures 133x156x38 mm, and weighs 670 g (1.47 lbs). It packs four copper heatpipes that convey heat to 48 aluminum fins. Active ventilation is care of a 120 mm fan that rotates in speeds between 1000 and 1500 rpm, with rated noise levels of 19.6 to 37.4 dbA.

    The other cooler in the works, MST-140, sports a design where the a fan of similar specifications as the one bundled with the True Spirit, blows air perpendicular to the plane of the motherboard, rather than parallel. This cooler supports both LGA-775 and LGA-1366 sockets. It measures 144x147x70.2 mm and weighs 410 g (0.9 lbs). From its base, arise four "U"-shaped heatpipes that convey heat to two dense aluminum fin arrays (40 fins each). The pricing and release dates of these coolers are yet to be known.

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    Source: hwbox.gr
     
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    Sorry for the question (language skills lacking for correct interpretation): Does that mean they buy the stuff from Thermalright and market it under their own name, or their design is based on TR's stuff?
     
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    Yes, Thermalright makes it, Cogage sells it.
     
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    i like the fan on it:pits soo cool!
     
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    hahahaahah TURBOPUNS!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    I need to get a new cooler for my amd rig. I want one that I can do a push pull with. I wonder what the ticket is on one of these.
     
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    ah yes!!!!!! here it is, my "nicotine yellow" fan!!!!!! now i dont have to use windex on them so much!!!!
     
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    the copper base looks small to me
     

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