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SilverStone Debuts the NT06-PRO CPU Cooler

Discussion in 'News' started by Cristian_25H, Nov 7, 2012.

  1. Cristian_25H

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    SilverStone has this week introduced the NT06-PRO, a SFF-friendly CPU cooler that promises 'superior silence and performance'. Part of the Nitrogon Series and based on the NT06-E model, this new cooler measures 140(W) x 82(H) x 139 (D) mm and features a copper base, six soldered 6 mm heatpipes, and a 120 mm Sleeve Bearing fan operating at 1,000 to 2,200 RPM.

    The NT06-PRO supports Intel Socket LGA775/1155/1156/1366/2011 and AMD Socket AM2/AM3/FM1/FM2 processors and has a recommended price tag of €50.90.

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    Looks like a proper low profile cooler. I just don't get it why so few retailers offer Silverstone coolers. It's really hard to find them in ym country.
     
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    It's not good when the stock photo of new product has bent fins.
     
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    I don't see any :confused:
     
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    fan clip area in the middle corner. 1st and 4th pic.
     
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    Looks quite nifty, wack a slimline fan on top and underneath and would be good for low profile builds for sure.
     
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    Theres also a couple other spots where the spacing is a little off.
     
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    Nice looking cooler and probably performs well, but for $65 bucks?? Are you paying for the convenience of a low-profile design/ compatibility? I just don't understand some companies and their price margins.:shadedshu
     
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    Another Noctua Copy :)

    Owning a Noctua NH-C14 myself which this silverstone is based of.
     
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    Every Single Fan Created Today is a copy of another fan. There are no more possible shapes or configurations that havent been tried.
     
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    What SFF case would this fit into? I was thinking of a mini-itx build with that asrock FM2 board and an A10-5700 and one of those picoPSU things.
     
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    Coolermaster Elite 120, Silverstone SG-06, etc.
     
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