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Monday, January 02, 2012
Thermaltake Releases The Frio Extreme CPU Air Cooler


Thermaltake released the Frio Extreme CPU air cooler who made its debut earlier this year at the world second largest IT exhibition, Computex Taipei.

Thermaltake Frio Extreme has a maximum cooling capacity of up to 250W. In order to sustain the essence of the name Frio for overclockers and enthusiasts, Frio Extreme is structured with six 6mm copper heat-pipes to speed up heat conductivity, mirror-finished copper base provides an absolute contact to the CPU, dual specialized heat-sink towers enhanced airflow, 0.4mm aluminum fins and a pair of 140mm blue-blade fans allow a rapid thermal dissipation.

The Frio Extreme is built to have high performance with controlled noise level, a combination of VR and PWM function fan controller has been implemented. The controller is able to control both of the 140mm fans speed between 1200RPMs and 1800RPMs upon enthusiasts? preferences. Furthermore, the tool-less and easy installation fan module design grant instant disassemble and assemble of the fans. The universal all-in-one designed back-plate will support all Intel and AMD platforms, as well as it will fit on the lasts Intel LGA 2011 socket,



Specs:

Dimension 148.2(L) x 151(W) x 160(H) mm

Heat-sink Material
Aluminum Fins
Aluminum & Copper Base

Heat-pipe 6mm x 6PCS
Fan Dimension 140(L) x 140(H) x 25(W) mm
Rated Voltage 12 V
Started Voltage 6 V
Rated Current 0.5 A
Power Input 7.2 W
Fan Speed 1200 ~ 1800 RPM
Max. Air Flow 106.2 CFM
Max. Air Pressure 2.34 mmH2O
Noise 39 dBA(Max)
Life Expectation 50,000 Hours
Connector 4 Pin
Cooling Power 250W
Weight 1,230g


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