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ID-Cooling Releases a new vapour chambered M-ITX Cooler

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ID-Cooling Releases a new vapour chambered M-ITX Cooler

ID-Cooling Releases a new vapour chambered M-ITX Cooler

 

ID-COOLING, a cooling solution provider focusing on thermal dissipation and fan technology research and production for over 10 years, releases a newly developed Vapor Chamber CPU Cooler for Mini-ITX system: IS-VC45.

When small PC systems get more and more power hungry and house much more top-tier hardware including the CPU, effective CPU cooling is in demand. With a vapor chamber base to draw heat immediately from the processor, IS-VC45 is able to handle TDP 130W CPUs. Measuring 94×92×45mm, this cooler can fit into Mini-ITX systems easily.

 
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High density aluminum fins are soldered to the vapor chamber base to help disperse the heat. Equipped with a slim 92mm FDB(Fluid Dynamic Bearing) fan, IS-VC45 can dissipate heat efficiently while keeping at a decent quite operation. The speed is regulated between 600 to 2500RPM with PWM function. 

 

ID-Cooling Releases a new vapour chambered M-ITX Cooler


Using metal screws and back plate installation, this cooler will stay safely on your motherboard. Intel Socket LGA1150/1155/1156 and Socket LGA2011 are supported.

MSRP for IS-VC45 is $44.99.

  

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Most Recent Comments

19-01-2015, 06:31:38

AverageNinja
Looks pretty nice I think. Looks a bit like the Prolimatech Samuel 17 cooler imo!Quote

19-01-2015, 06:40:37

Feronix
Why would they use brown fans other than imitating Noctua though? :|Quote

19-01-2015, 20:27:48

SgtT8ie
I'm interested... would suit my new Asus Z97-I. Tough to match the chocolate brown to other components though.Quote

19-01-2015, 20:31:10

Dicehunter
Well if I ever want to make a dog crap colour themed rig I know which cooler I'm getting Quote

19-01-2015, 20:38:53

NeverBackDown
I don't know why but those fan blades look identical to the Fractal Design fans.. which isn't good for static pressure i might addQuote
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