be quiet! gives Mini systems some love with their Pure Rock LP 45mm Low-profile CPU Cooler
Be Quiet’s new Pure Rock LP 45mm brings cooling power to compact PCs
be quiet! has a new CPU cooler for compact mini PCs, which is designed to offer users a maximum cooler height of just 45mm. If you are building a Mini ITX HTPC, you may have just found your heatsink, as the Pure Rock LP 45mm offers users 100 watts of cooling potential and a neat all-black aesthetic.
With its six heatpipes and 92mm fan, the Pure Rock LP 45mm is more than capable of cooling most mini PCs, and this heatsink’s small size allows users to install any DRAM kit they want.
With support for all modern sockets from AMD and Intel, be quiet’s Pure Rock LP 45mm is ready for even the newest of mini PCs, be it AM5, LGA1700, or older mainstream CPU sockets.
be quiet!, the German manufacturer for premium PC components, is today announcing an addition to its portfolio of air coolers: Pure Rock LP is a low-profile cooler with a height of mere 45 mm, making it the CPU cooler of choice for ultra-compact Mini-ITX builds that require reliable cooling, while featuring a brushed aluminium design.
Due to its remarkably low height of 45 mm, Pure Rock LP will fit into the tightest of systems, such as Mini-ITX HTPCs and small multimedia or gaming systems. Its compact design enables full configurations of RAM banks even in PC cases with limited space. Despite its small size, Pure Rock LP delivers high enough cooling power of 100 W TDP thanks to three high-performance 6 mm heat pipes and a 92 mm quality fan. The fan has an ultra-low height of 15 mm and supports a silent operation of 30,6 dB(A) with a maximum speed of 2500 rpm. With its brushed aluminium finish and mounting options for AMD and Intel, the black Pure Rock LP will look good in any compact build. The cooler comes with a full 3-year manufacturer’s warranty.
Pure Rock LP will be available from December 13 at an MSRP of $49.90 / €49.90 / £46.99.
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