Friday, May 7th 2021

ProArtist Intros Gratify 5 RGB CPU Cooler

ProArtist, a new cooling/casing vendor based out of China that's going global, unveiled its Gratify 5 RGB air-type CPU cooler. A fairly big aluminium fin tower-type cooler, the Gratify 5 uses six 6 mm-thick nicklel-plated copper heat-pipes that pull heat from the base, running it through a dense aluminium fin-stack that's ventilated by a pair of included 120 mm RGB-illuminated fans that are arranged in a push-pull configuration. Each of these does up to 1,500 RPM, pushing up to 72 CFM of air-flow, with 1.8 mm H₂O pressure, and features ARGB diodes in the impeller hub that takes in standard 3-pin ARGB connection. With its fans in place, the cooler is about 153 mm tall, and 120 mm wide. Among the CPU socket types supported are LGA1200, LGA115x, and AM4, a CPU spacer comes included. It is now available in China for 249 RMB, which is roughly 32€.
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4 Comments on ProArtist Intros Gratify 5 RGB CPU Cooler

#1
Mussels
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we have no idea what this looks like from that ugly ass render!
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Caring1
And people keep lapping up crap from China despite their global actions when we should be placing an embargo on their goods until they pull their heads in.
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#3
DeathtoGnomes
Thats not a RGB cooler, thats a cooler with 3rd party rgb fans. 120mm, pffft.
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m2geek
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And people keep lapping up crap from China despite their global actions when we should be placing an embargo on their goods until they pull their heads in.
Good luck with that, you clearly have no idea how supply chains work.
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