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Scythe Releases the Kodati CPU Cooler

The evolving PC market moves towards yet smaller and faster Computer systems. Scythe reacts to the trend and offers its most compact Top-Flow CPU Cooler, which is focusing on small PCs and Mini-ITX based chassis. Kodati supports the latest platforms of both AMD and Intel. Scythe introduces the simplistic E.I.S mounting system with the Kodati, which allows fast mounting without the need for a backplate.

The CPU cooler is amazingly compact with the dimensions of 82,5 x 95 x 34 mm (3.25 x 3.74 x 1.34 inch) and low weight of mere 180 grams (6.35 oz). Thanks to its height of only 34 millimeters and the fan being mounted between the heatsink and the baseplate, it is possible to use the Kodati even in really slim chassis where other heatsinks won't fit.

LEPA LV12 CPU Cooler Launched in Europe

With high-end power supplies like the G1600, LEPA has already built a reputation in Europe. Also the chassis and fans of the young brand enjoy an increasing popularity. Now, the manufacturer enters another cooling section: The CPU cooler LV12 is the result of extensive research and development. The engineers designed a slim and compact heat sink which avoids compatibility issues with higher RAM modules while maintaining a high performance capability.

LEPA relies on a new technique for efficient air stream conduction: Small air vents improve the air circulation inside the heat sink and increase the heat dissipation rate. The heat pipes rest directly on the CPU so that hot spots can be eliminated quickly. Due to these techniques, LEPA engineers have been able to lower down the thermal resistance of the cooler to just 0.095°C/W.

Scythe Releases the Tatsumi CPU Cooler

Japanese cooling expert Scythe presents a new cooling solution for users seeking a low cost entry-level CPU cooler with great performance. Scythe has used the latest technologies such as the M.A.P.S fin structure and H.P.M.S. mounting system for the new Tatsumi to raise the entry-level bar higher once again. Tatsumi CPU Cooler proves that great cooling performance for latest AMD and Intel processors doesn't necessarily needs to cost a fortune. The new addition to the entry-level portfolio of Scythe offers an optimum mix of high built-quality and performance for a reasonable price.

In spite of its low weight of only 450 grams (15.87 oz, incl. fan) and compact dimensions 102 x 146 x 83 mm (4.02 x 5.75 x 3.27 inch, incl. fan), great performance above the market average is provided. Tatsumi CPU Cooler achieves efficient heat dissipation thanks to the utilization of latest technology developed by Scythe over a time period of more than a decade.

SilentiumPC Introduces the Infantis LP812 Low Profile CPU Cooler

SilentiumPC has this week released a new CPU cooling solution, the HTPC-friendly Infantis LP812 which is only 29.5 mm tall and can be used with LGA775/LGA1150/LGA1156/LGA1155 processors boasting a TDP of up to 65 W.

SilentiumPC's cooler weighs 150 grams and has an aluminum heatsink with two 6 mm copper heatpipes, a copper base and an 80 mm Hydraulic bearing fan working at 600 to 3000 RPM. Infantis LP812 is selling for 59 PLN (~ 19 USD / 14 Euro).

Thermaltake Introduces the New Frio Silent Series CPU Coolers

Thermaltake, being an industry leader in computer chassis, thermal solutions, and power supply units today introduces ultimate air-cooling solution Frio Silent Series - Frio Silent 12, Frio Silent 14, and Frio Extreme Silent 14 Dual around the globe.

Frio Silent Series have been specially designed to solve the noise problem that all extreme PC gamers have been suffering for long time, leading them into a world without disturbance. Furthermore, the Low Noise Cable (LNC) design helps new Silent Series keep the noise down to another level. This July, featuring the Thermaltake Frio Silent Series - a CPU cooler that incorporated some of the most up-to-date CPU cooler technologies and persevered the greatnesses from its predecessors of Frio OCK and Frio Extreme which not only creating a new phenomenon for overclockers but also set another signature for the Frio Silent Series.

Scythe Releases the Mugen MAX CPU Cooler

Japanese manufacturer Scythe innovated the cooling market with its first Mugen CPU cooler in the past. The cooling-expert is introducing the new Mugen MAX, aiming for users seeking maximum performance for their PC system. Mugen Max has received various optimizations, such as the re-designed heatsink for increased performance and the shifted base-plate for improved compatibility to memory modules.

After releasing several compact mainstream models, Scythe now presents a real performance highlight. The performance increase of the Mugen MAX has been achieved by implementing a new heatsink-design and six highly efficient copper-heatpipes. Scythe has used an asymmetric layout for the hetasink, where the copper baseplate is slightly shifted. It allows the Mugen MAX to be used with RAM modules, which are equipped with very large heat-spreaders. In addition, it is no longer necessary to remove the CPU cooler to access the memory modules.

NZXT Kraken X41 and Kraken X61 Liquid CPU Coolers Now Available

NZXT started selling its Kraken X41 and Kraken X61 "smart" liquid CPU coolers. Equipped with the ability to interface with NZXT's CAM software over USB, which lets you monitor/control coolant temperature, pressure, and fan-speeds; the two are among the first to ship with 140 mm radiators. The Kraken X41 features a 140 mm x 140 mm radiator, while the Kraken X41 features 140 mm x 280 mm. Both ship with NZXT's FX V2 PWM fans which spin at speeds between 800 and 2,000 RPM, pushing between 42.4 and 106.1 CFM of air, with noise output ranging between 20 and 37 dBA. The coolers are compatible with all modern CPU socket types, including LGA2011, LGA115x, AM3+, and FM2+. The Kraken X41 is priced at 99.99€, and the Kraken X61 at 124.99€.

LEPA Introduces the LV12 CPU Coolers

LEPA announces a new product series, the LEPA LV12 CPU air cooler. The LV12 combines the Louver design and H.D.T (Heatpipe Direct Touch) technology to accelerate the heat dissipation. The S.N.T.C (Super Nano Thermal Conductive) coating and BOL (Barometric Oil-less) bearing offer silence performance and product life extension.

The LV12 provides excellent cooling performance with Rth 0.095oC/W by LEPA's in-house technologic innovation: the Louver design. These symmetric air vents on each fin create a "U-shape" airflow to increase the effective contact area and force the air to take more heat. Once the air flows into the fans, the Louver design creates more space to disperse the heat simultaneously.

Thermolab-Designed, Cooltek-Branded LP53 and ITX30 CPU Coolers Selling in Europe

Teaming up with German company PC Cooling GmbH, South Korea-based Thermolab has launched in Europe two of its low-profile CPU coolers, the LP53 and ITX30. Found under the 'Cooltek' brand (Cooltek - powered by Thermolab to be exact), the two cooling solutions support Intel LGA 1155/1156/1150 processors with a TDP of up to 100 W.

The LP53 measures 100 x 94 x 53 mm, it weighs 410 grams and has two 6 mm copper heatpipes, and a 92 mm fan working at 1000 - 2100 RPM (maximum sound output is 27.1 dBA). The ITX30 is sized 100 x 94 x 30 mm, it weighs just 300 grams and also has two 6 mm heatpipes but features an 80 mm fan going at 1400 to 2500 RPM. The LP53 costs €36.99 while the ITX30 is selling for €34.99.

Thermaltake Announces Satellite Notebook Cooler and Speaker in One

Thermaltake, being an industry leader in computer chassis, thermal solutions, and power supply units today officially announces the new notebook cooler: Satellite. Cuboids' Satellite is a 2-in-1 NB cooler, combining cooling fans with dual-speakers. It is the best choice for laptop users as it provides effective heat conductivity as well as quality sound effects. Unfold effortlessly to adjust to multiple heights for comfortable typing. It's easy to carry, store, and suitable for any size of notebook. Designed by students, Satellite is a d&i award-winning product which is creative and stylish yet easy to use!

Dual Cooling Fans
2 x 50 mm cooling fans that speed up to 2500 RPM to effectively exhaust heat, allowing maximum heat conductivity for great cooling performance.

Phanteks Shows off PH-TC14S and PH-TC14LS Slim CPU Coolers

Phanteks showed off a pair of interesting slim aluminium fin-stack CPU coolers, the PH-TC14S and PH-TC14LS (pictured in that order below). The PH-TC14S is a unique D-type heatsink, built using two slim black aluminium fin stacks, with the cooler's only fan, a F140HP-PWM, being nestled between the two stacks. The PH-TC14LS, on the other hand, is a compact C-type heatsink, with one slim aluminium fin-stack, and the same F140HP-PWM fan. This fan can take PWM control, and spins between 600 and 1,300 RPM, pushing up to 88.6 CFM of air.

Be Quiet Pure Rock CPU Cooler Pictured

Here are the first pictures of Be Quiet's Pure Rock entry-level tower-type CPU cooler, designed to give you a great bang for buck, under $50. The Pure Rock is a tower-type fan-heatsink, which begins with a nickel-plated copper base, from which four 8 mm thick copper heat pipes emerge, passing through a thick "double-H" shaped aluminium fin stack, topped off by a solid brushed aluminium fin. A Pure Wings 2 120 mm spinner comes included, which spins at 1,000 RPM, pushing up to 62 CFM of air. The cooler is compatible with most modern CPU socket types, including LGA2011, LGA115x, AM3+, and FM2+.

SilverStone Shows off Tundra TD04 "Pump-less" Liquid CPU Cooler

Among the swarm of all-in-one liquid CPU cooling solutions SilverStone, the one that stood out is its Tundra TD04. It's what the company claims is a "pump-less" liquid CPU cooler. It features a high-performance CPU water block that looks more like the DIY blocks you'd find in expensive liquid cooling setups; plumbed directly to the 240 x 120 mm radiator+reservoir assembly. We're not quite sure how circulation happens, or whether it's convectional of some sort. SilverStone claims the cooler can handle thermal loads of up to 200W.

SilverStone Tundra TD03 Slim and TD02 Slim CPU Coolers Pictured

SilverStone unveiled its Tundra TD03 Slim and TD02 Slim, an all-in-one liquid CPU coolers. The cooler takes advantage of higher air-flow and air-flow to noise ratio of the included fans, to slim down the radiator. Both coolers are based on a common base-block design that's innovated by SilverStone; featuring a silvery tubing. The TD03 Slim features a 120 mm x 120 mm radiator; while the TD02 Slim features a 240 mm x 120 mm radiator. We also spied an unnamed cooler with a super-slim 140 mm x 140 mm radiator.

CRYORIG Previews New H5 Coolers and RIMS Fan Concept at Computex

CRYORIG, innovator of PC thermal peripherals is releasing a whole new line of single tower coolers as well as an innovative case fan concept. The CRYORIG H Series will for the first time feature CRYORIG's proprietary Hive Fin technology, which allows the reduction of the airflow turbulence. An even faster exhaust of hot air is achieved thanks to the new Jet Fin Acceleration technology. Beginning with the 160 mm tall H5 and later the 145 mm tall H7 cooler, the H series will fit into the mainstream range of CRYORIG's product lineup.

CRYORIG furthermore presented an exciting new concept of soon to be released case fans. The RIMS series allows users to replace the whole fan bearing on their own. Replacement fan bearing units, such as the FDB and Ball Bearing version, will be available on the market separately. Users will also be able to detach the fan blade unit of the RIMS fans for cleaning purposes.

Raijintek Rolls out Core Edition Variants of its Popular CPU Coolers

Raijintek unveiled "Core Edition" variants of its Nemesis, Ereboss, and Pallas CPU coolers. The three feature black aluminium fins, heat pipes, and base. The best part? The three don't feature anodized powder coat that could affect cooling performance, and rely on the metal's natural dark chrome color. The three should be available some time in December, 2014. The rest of their specifications remain consistent with their original counterparts.

Cooler Master Also Announces Hyper D92 CPU Cooler

In addition to the Hyper 612S V2, Cooler Master launched the Hyper D92 CPU cooler. This tower-type heatsink features crossover air-flow between its two push-pull fans, and introduces what Cooler Master calls Quad DC (direct contact) heat pipes, in which four heat pipes pass over the central portion of the base. Measuring 146.4 x 128.9 x
96.6 mm, the Hyper D92 weighs about 636 g. It features four 6 mm-thick copper heat pipes that pass through its aluminium fin stack. It's ventilated by a pair of 92 mm spinners that are PWM-controllable, and spin between 800 and 2,800 RPM, each pushing between 15.7 and 54.8 CFM of air. The cooler has a noise output ranging between 18 and 33 dBA. Among the CPU socket types supported, are LGA2011, LGA115x, FM2+, and AM3+.

Cooler Master Announces Hyper 612S V2 CPU Cooler

Cooler Master launched the Hyper 612S V2 CPU cooler. This tower-type mainstream CPU heatsink measures 139 x 102 x 160.4 mm, featuring a cubical aluminium fin stack, to which heat drawn directly from the CPU base, is conveyed by six 6 mm-thick copper heat pipes; and ventilated by a 120 mm PWM fan. The fan can spin at speeds ranging between 800 and 1,300 RPM, with a noise output ranging between 11.7 and 21.9 dBA. Among the CPU socket types supported, are LGA2011, LGA115x, AM3+, and FM2+.

Cooler Master Shows Off New Nepton & Hybrid Capacitive Keyboard

Cooler Master, a leading provider of desktop components, peripherals, and mobile accessories, shows off the renewed line-up of the low-noise Nepton liquid cooling series and the ultra high-end keyboard Novatouch TKL with hybrid capacitive switches. Both will be available in July, but will be on display during COMPUTEX 2014 at the Nangang Exhibition Hall, M0320 from June 3rd - 7th.

Cooler Master's Nepton liquid cooling series has been renewed with a low-noise design across the entire line-up which now includes 120mm, 140mm, 240mm and 280mm radiators to improve case compatibility. The Advanced Silent Driver in the Nepton pump features extremely low vibration levels and provides a high 120 L/hr flow rate with minimal noise at 11dBA. A Cooler Master-designed water block is manufactured using a special manufacturing process to produce a large microchannel surface area and a high-efficiency jet impingement system to optimize hotspot cooling performance. The exclusive manufacturing process eliminates microchannel imperfections in the waterblock to prevent blockage and allows for an increased surface area over 4 times greater than the competition, resulting in an extremely high performance waterblock. The Nepton series now uses the all-new Silencio Fan that offers 11dBA noise levels and high air pressure rated at 1.2 mm H2O.

GELID Launches Slim Silence Line of CPU Coolers

GELID launched its Slim Silence line of low-profile CPU coolers. Some of these are slimmer than even Intel's stock fan-heatsink for LGA1150 processors, and feature a design in which the fan is embedded into a spirally-projecting aluminium fin stack. Models launched are the Slim Silence 20, designed for TDP of up to 45W, Slim Silence 26, designed for TDP of up to 65W, and Slim Silence 30, which can deal with thermal loads as high as 95W. The three are designed exclusively for Intel LGA115x sockets, and feature PWM-controllable (4-pin) fans.

The company also displayed the Slim Silence i-Plus, a tower-type cooler, in which the aluminium fin stack, and its companion fan are arranged in a way that they don't intrude into space meant for memory slots, VRM heatsinks, or the northbridge heatsink. Like the other three, this one is LGA115x-exclusive, too, and relies on a 90 mm PWM controllable fan to ventilate its aluminium fin stack.

DeepCool Unveils GamerStorm Liquid CPU Cooler

DeepCool signed off Computex with its first liquid CPU cooling solution. The unnamed cooler is branded with the company's GamerStorm badge, and features a base+pump assembly, which is connected to a 120 x 240 mm radiator, which is ventilated by a pair of GS120 fans. It's OEM is Asetek, no surprises here. DeepCool could launch the cooler later this year, with support for LGA115x, AM3+, FM2+, and LGA2011-2 (Haswell-E HEDT).

Noctua U-type Compact CPU Cooler Gets an Update

Noctua gave its U-type compact CPU cooler prototype a second showing at Computex. The cooler was displayed with a pair of 65 mm fans. The design goal of the cooler is to provide tower-type ventilation (in which hot air is pushed out of the case through the rear fan vent), in a package the size of a compact top-flow one. A dense aluminium fin heatsink, to which heat drawn from a nickel-plated base, is fed by four 6 mm thick heat pipes, is ventilated side-ways, by a pair of 65 mm fans in partial push-pull configuration. The cooler, by the looks of it, should be able to handle most mainstream CPUs, even with some overclocks thrown in. There's still no word on when Noctua plans to launch it.

Scythe Also Unveils the Mugen MAX CPU Cooler

Scythe made an addition to its iconic Mugen line of tower-type CPU coolers, with the Mugen MAX (model: SCMGD-1000). The new cooler is bigger, and relies on 140 mm fans to ventilate. The Mugen MAX features a classic tower-type design, consisting of a nickel-plated copper base, from which six 6 mm-thick heat pipes of the same material, convey heat to an aluminium fin stack. The fins feature jagged edges and non-planar shapes, to create turbulence, and dissipate heat better. The fan included is a Scythe Falcon 140 mm PWM, with rotation speeds ranging between 500 and 1,300 RPM, pushing between 37.37 and 97.18 CFM of air, with noise outputs between 13 and 30.70 dBA. Measuring 145 mm x 110 mm x 161 mm (WxDxH), it weighs in at 870 g. The Mugen MAX supports nearly all modern CPU socket types, including LGA2011, LGA115x, LGA1366, AM3+, and FM2+. It's expected to be available around mid-June, 2014.

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Scythe Unveils Kodati Ultra Low-Profile CPU Cooler

Scythe unveiled the Kodati ultra low-profile CPU cooler (model: SCKDT-1000), which could give Intel's stock heatsink a run for the money in compactness. Its biggest selling point is its height of just 3.4 cm (including fan). Kodati is a C-type aluminium fin-stack heatsink, in which heat drawn from a nickel-plated copper base is conveyed to a dense aluminium fin-stack, which propagates along the plane of the motherboard, by a pair of 6 mm-thick nickel-plated copper heat pipes. The fin stack is ventilated from below (blowing upwards through the stack), by a 10 mm-thick 80 mm fan, which features 4-pin PWM connector. The fan can push between 6 and 24.8 CFM of air, spinning at speeds between 800 and 3,300 RPM, with noise outputs ranging between 8.2 and 32.5 dBA. In all, the cooler measures 82.5 mm x 95 mm x 34 mm (WxDxH), weighing 180 g. Among the CPU socket types supported, are LGA115x, LGA775, AM3(+), and FM2(+). Its availability is slated for mid-June, 2014.

SilentiumPC To Release the Grandis XE1236 CPU Cooler

Warsaw-based SilentiumPC is just about ready to roll outs its latest and greatest CPU cooler, the Grandis XE1236. Seen below, this twin-tower high-end cooler measures 130 x 105 x 158 mm, it weighs 1.16 kg and features a copper base, six 6 mm copper heatpipes, and two GF12025 120 mm fans that work at 500 to 1500 RPM and have a maximum sound output of 21 dBA.

The Grandis XE1236 supports AMD AM2(+)/AM3 (+)/FM1/FM2 and Intel LGA 775/1366/2011/1150/1155/1156 processors, it comes bundled with a little Pactum PT-1 thermal compound and is set to cost about $49/35 Euro.
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