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Phanteks Announces PH-TC90LS Ultra Low Profile CPU Cooler

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  1. btarunr

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    Phanteks introduces PH-TC90LS, a new ultra-low profile thermal radiator. With growing demands for cooling in constraint spaces, the PH-TC90LS has a slim profile and provides efficient cooling. Enthusiasts with HTPC’s or multimedia cases can achieve maximum cooling while maintaining quiet performance.

    The PH-TC90LS is 27mm tall (45mm with fan) and compatible with small form factor cases with a 45mm clearance. The three 6mm Heat-Pipes are aligned to ensure optimal cooling. The three copper heat-pipes are embedded for better contact and performance. The PH-TC90LS is made to ensure it has the least amount of air and thermal resistance.

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    To prevent mechanical conflicts with other components, the PH-TC90LS design follows Intel’s Keep-Out-Zone (95x95mm) requirements. Bundled with PH-F90 PWM Premium fans and PH-NDC thermal compound it is able to achieve massive airflow and perfect dynamic balance. The PH-F90 PWM fans with the support of the anti-acoustic and rubber bar produces low level dB (A) and eliminates vibration. PH-F90 PWM fans provide a simple solution for quiet and smart fan control by adjusting fan speed according to the CPU load.

    Compatibility
    PH-TC90LS is compatible with Intel Socket 2011/1155/1156

    Pricing and Availability
    Available at most local retailers. The recommended retail price is $29.99

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    So this will fit in 2u server right? Doesn't look to bad.
     
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    it looks like it would do even a 1U lol, doesnt look like it does much tho
     
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    it looks too slim for a heatsink that has 3 heatpipes on that
     
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    right in isnt sitting properly?
     
  6. eidairaman1

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    looks like a mean chipser or gpu cooler
     
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    Only suitable up to 130W, no use for OC'd SB-E and a push for OC IBs.
     
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    Certain stock AMD coolers are about that flat too.
     
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    indeed. the aluminium stock AMD coolers are very short. even the 4 heatpipe copper-aluminium ones arent that tall either!
     
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    no you dont say? these are for 1 & 2u or htpc/itx where case depth is restricted:nutkick::slap:
     
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    Holy crap 130W wish my Akasa cooler had that kind of punch. Its struggling enough with a 45W CPU.
     
  12. eidairaman1

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    They work just fine under stock clocks.
     

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