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Wednesday, June 09, 2010
Tuniq Propeller 120 review

1. Features, specifications

Manufacturer
Tuniq
Model
Propeller 120
Price 

$50

Category
Power users

The Tuniq Propeller 120 CPU cooler took its visual inspiration from the mighty aircraft carriers. The four smooth-curving heatpipes are both aesthetically pleasing and hopefully functional. The 120mm MFDB fan blows downward. Tuniq claims with such a design, the Propeller 120 is able to achieve the same top level performance of competing designs with eight heatpipes. Tuniq has also included the top performing TX-3 thermal compound and a fan controller into product's retail package.

 

- Product features

- Specifications

Propeller 120 Specifications
Dimensions(mm) 128(L) × 127.5(W) × 125(H) mm
Weight: 590g (without fan)
Heatpipe Ø 8mm x 4
TX-3 Specifications:
Appearance Grey
Viscosity 83500 cP
Thermal conductivity 6.2 W/mK
Operating temperature -45°C ~ 200°C
Specific Gravity 3.011 @ 25
Volume 0.33ml (1g)
MFDB fan Specifications:
Bearing Type: Magnetic Fluid Dynamic Bearing
Rated Voltage: 12V DC
Rated Current: 0.16A (Max)
Air Flow: 90.65 CFM (Max)
Noise: 16~20 +/- 10% dBA
Speed: 1000~2000 RPM
Life: 50,000 hours
Thermal Resistance 0.092 ( / W)




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