Cooler Master GeminII SF524

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Cooler Master GeminII SF524

Cooler Master GeminII SF524

 Cooler Master are expanding their range of CPU coolers in the UK today with the release of their new Cooler Master GeminII SF524, below are its specifications, prices are to be around a reasonable £35.00.

 - CPU Socket * Intel Socket LGA1366 / 1156 / 1155 / 775 AMD Socket FM1/ AM3+ / AM3 / AM2+ / AM2

 - Dimensions 144 x 144 x 105 mm (5.7 x 5.7 x 4.1 in)

 - Heat Sink Dimensions 144 x 144 x 78 mm (5.7 x 5.7 x 3.1 in)

 - Heat Sink Material Copper base / Aluminum fins / 5 Heat pipes

 - Heat Sink Weight 490g (1.08 lb)

 - Fan Dimension 120 x 120 x 25 mm (4.7 x 4.7 x 1 in)

 - Fan Speed 1,300 RPM ±10% (900RPM with silent mode adapter)

 - Fan Airflow 52.6 CFM ±10% (36.4 # 900 RPM)

 - Fan Air Pressure 1.14 mm H2O ±10% (0.55mm H2O @900RPM)

 - Fan Life Expectancy 40,000hrs

 - Bearing Type Long Life Sleeve

 - Connector 3-Pin

 - Noise Level 22.5 dBA

 - Rated Voltage 12 VDC

 - Rated Current 0.1A **

 - Input Power 1.2W

 - Fan Weight 102g (0.23 lb)

 

The cooler comes with a 120mm fan, with space for a 140mm fan, the 90 degree angle alows for decent airflow over PWM's and crucial componants around the CPU socket, including your memory. It has 5, 6mm thick copper heatpipes to remove heat from the CPU efficiently, and distribute it to the aluminium fans.

 

Looks like some decent specifications, and should have enough clearance for reasonable height ram and it  looks like it could be a decent cooler, well, only time will tell...

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22-01-2012, 13:10:30

Pugs
i just found an old 80gb sata 2 hard drive and plugged it in but in windows it shows up as 38.3gb. any ideas what could cause this and how i could get the rest of it back

22-01-2012, 13:38:09

Alicarve
delete the partition then format it?

22-01-2012, 13:52:48

Kara
go to disk mangement (right-click on computer and click manage)

see if drive has unallocated space or in different format

delete partition / format accordingly - if you receive an error come back and i'll try to help you

22-01-2012, 16:16:55

Pugs
thanks for the help people

the drive had unallocated space for some reason
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