Alpenföhn Announces the Sella Compact CPU Cooler

"German cooling apparatus maker Alpenfohn today presented its new compact sized CPU cooler – “Sella”."

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German cooling apparatus maker Alpenfohn today presented its new compact sized CPU cooler – “Sella”. According to the manufacturer, the cooler offers “a perfect compromise between variable applications and excellent cooling performance.”

Heatpipe Direct Contact (HDC) Technology, the award-winning cooling platform that has been used in the Sella allows the cooler to provide exceptional cooling. HDC-Technology is unique design in which heat dissipation is achieved by transferring the heat directly via heatpipes to the aluminum fins. This makes for ultra-high thermal performance even at compact sizes.

In addition to HDC, the Sella CPU cooler has been provided with a super silent 92mm PWM fan that runs at speeds of 900 rpm to 2200 rpm. Alpehfohn has given users the option to choose between Silence and Power Modes depending on the noise and their personal performance preferences.

Sella also comes with an entirely “Tool free” mounting system that makes for an extra mounting by maximizing contact pressure. Alpenfohn has designed the cooler in such a manner that it can easily fit into the back panel of the case for both Intel and AMD systems.

The Sella CPU Cooler is expected to reach retailers by the end of December and will go on sale at a recommended price of €19.90.

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12-12-2010, 10:34:42

I Hunta x


600 pounds is around 1245 dollars australianbut Im just gonna give you some ideassasus sabertoothi7 950corsair 750 axmushkin redline ridgebackgtx 570 or that 5870 or get a msi ngtx 460 hawk overclock the core to 950mhz and then sli later :) I dont know the currency conversion so Im just giving suggestions





If only, over here that would be about 8-900ish.


You could just buy an AMD overclocked bundle such as this one http://www.aria.co.uk/Systems/Bundles/Gaming+Bundles/Gladiator+X6+1055T+Pre-Built+Overclocked+Bundle+?productId=42415 and add on a 460 or a 6870

With a HX650 and that bundle is 430

460 direct cu is + 110
6870 is + 200

12-12-2010, 10:39:33

sources95
yes deffs save save save mate!

12-12-2010, 13:23:32

Jamzieth
hehehe i read that as £5 to £600. Good luck with the £5 rig XD lol

12-12-2010, 13:36:57

benj3
haha £5 rig off to a bootsale i go :D

12-12-2010, 14:53:20

Alicarve
check toms videos out he has made a whole computer for £5-600
I would go for i3 or i5 myself paired with some muskin ram and a gtx 460

12-12-2010, 14:56:17

Mr Muggles


check toms videos out he has made a whole computer for £5-600
I would go for i3 or i5 myself paired with some muskin ram and a gtx 460




this ;)

12-12-2010, 15:57:43

BertDaSquirt
For 5 pounds u couldnt even get a intel pentium I with 256kb of ram! hahaha lmfao!

***EDIT*** just for your info the only reason toms budget pc is awesome for the price....1. coz its intel.... 2. coz its overclocked ..... 3. mushkin ram..... 4.pre-built and 5. its cheap! so if you wanna make a build like toms BUT amd then you would be better off buying one of their amd bundles and spending more money.... personally i have nothing wrong with amd just think intel give a better bang for their buck! im actually thinking of getting that bundle when i next get paid...

13-12-2010, 14:03:40

benj3


For 5 pounds u couldnt even get a intel pentium I with 256kb of ram! hahaha lmfao!

***EDIT*** just for your info the only reason toms budget pc is awesome for the price....1. coz its intel.... 2. coz its overclocked ..... 3. mushkin ram..... 4.pre-built and 5. its cheap! so if you wanna make a build like toms BUT amd then you would be better off buying one of their amd bundles and spending more money.... personally i have nothing wrong with amd just think intel give a better bang for their buck! im actually thinking of getting that bundle when i next get paid...




yer I watched toms build before I made this post I would go for it but I dont think its much of an upgrade thats why im looking at higher range parts at the moment, think im deffinetly going to get the Sabertooth Motherboard as it will last me a good 2-3years and will work my way up from their prob with an i5 and a HD5870 :D!

13-12-2010, 16:30:19

Jamzieth
Awww I was hoping you'd take the challange and trye to source a £5 rig (lots of begging for freebees) XD

13-12-2010, 16:33:48

benj3
maybe next year :D!
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