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NZXT Announces the Respire Series Coolers

Discussion in 'News' started by Cristian_25H, Nov 13, 2012.

  1. Cristian_25H

    Cristian_25H News Poster

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    Affordable, high performance air cooling is now available with NZXT's latest addition to its growing CPU cooler product line. NZXT introduces the Respire Series: aluminum-fin heatsinks utilizing seamless direct touch (SDT) technology for maximum cooling efficiency.

    Last year, NZXT entered the CPU cooler market with its powerful Havik 120 and Havik 140 CPU coolers. In October, NZXT released the Kraken, the world's first all-in-one 140 mm and 280 mm liquid coolers. For its latest cooler, NZXT poured all of its resources into one simple goal: maximizing cooling efficiency.

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    Designed for entry-level builders and enthusiasts alike, NZXT's Respire proves you don't need to break the bank for powerful CPU cooling. With an MSRP of $29.99, the Respire T20 is equipped with one 8 mm and two 6 mm direct touch heat pipes applied using a patented manufacturing process which allows for the maximum amount of heat pipes in the smallest area possible.

    Priced at $39.99, the Respire T40 incorporates four 8 mm direct touch heat pipes manufactured using the same patented process. This process helps the Respire series achieve its ultra-high thermal transfer performance.

    Compatible with all of Intel and AMD's latest offerings, NZXT's Respire series offers high performance air cooling to all. Both models are backed by a 2 year manufacturer's warranty.
  2. Sir B. Fannybottom

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    Really doesnt look like much, there are better coolers in that price point.
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    Hmmm maybe we can get a review out of this cooler.
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    Norton WCG-TPU Team Captain

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    The Respire T40 may be interesting with 4x 8mm heatpipes.

    Will need to keep an eye out for some reviews on this one......
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    Well the NZXT Havik 140/120 coolers performed way better than their price so lets hope these can do the same. I just got a couple in for review and the NZXT Respire T40 looks real nice, not sure how great the T20 will be as for $10 less you actually lose a lot in terms of specifications.
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    FreedomEclipse Crazy Dogmatic Bullsh!t!

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    Its a rebadged OCZ Vendetta/Vendetta 2
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    Norton WCG-TPU Team Captain

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    It can't be- according to NZXT:

    It is similar to those OCZ's and probably 10 other coolers out there :laugh:

    Marketing departments must think All consumers are idiots :shadedshu
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    I think it looks more like the CM Hyper 212 Evo... :)
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    Silly model name, imo.
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    Looks pretty good, love to see a review done here on these. I may switch the Hyper 212+ Evo on the APU build I am doing when we get our taxes (wifes pc) with this if it cools well.

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