Tuesday, October 9th 2018

SilentiumPC Announces Spartan 3 PRO RGB HE1024 CPU Cooler

The European brand SilentiumPC presents the new Spartan 3 PRO RGB HE1024 as a cost-effective alternative to stock CPU coolers, which is intended for professional system builders and DIY projects on a budget. This extremely compact and lightweight cooler utilizes four 6 mm Heatpipes and aluminum heatsink for excellent cooling performance and oversized Sigma PRO RGB 100 PWM-controlled fan for quiet operation.

Its new RGB Illumination system lights up the fan with stunning yet discreet colors and effects. All the major motherboard RGB systems are supported, including Asus Aura, ASRock RGB LED, EVGA RGB and MSI Mystic Light as wells as manual control via the included Nano RGB controller, making the Spartan 3 PRO RGB a ready-to-go RGB solution.
In spite of its compact size and lightweight at 476 g, efficient heat transfer and dissipation is assured. This has been achieved thanks to its four high performance Heatpipes with 6 mm diameter and by implementing the HE technology, where the Heatpipes are in direct contact with the CPU heat-spreader.
SilentiumPC offers the Spartan 3 PRO RGB with a pre-installed Sigma Pro RGB 100 mm fan. Being a PWM-controlled fan, it is able to operate at a wide fan speed range from 800 to 2.000 RPM. This feature allows the users to tweak the fan curve using the motherboards towards full performance or silence.

Installation of the CPU cooler is extremely easy and does not require any tools during the process. All that has to be done, is simply to apply included high-conductivity Pactum PT-1 thermal compound on the CPU, put the mounting bracket into the motherboard and lastly clip the Spartan 3 PRO RGB on.

The new Spartan 3 PRO RGB HE1024 is going to be available in the next days at 23,90 EUR (MSRP, incl. VAT) in Europe.
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3 Comments on SilentiumPC Announces Spartan 3 PRO RGB HE1024 CPU Cooler

#1
sepheronx
So a Hyper 212 with an LED fan?
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#2
bonehead123
"sepheronx said:
So a Hyper 212 with an LED fan?
^^yea, what he said^^
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#3
TheTechGuy1337
Maybe now when I invite people over to my place they won't get weirded out anymore? My hyper 212 clone with RBG can be the center piece of my house and no one will notice me being fully nude during my parties anymore. :P

I made that story up, but it left a grin on my face and in my pants. Strange....lol
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