The Glacier RGB also handles 220 W TDP processors, according to the manufacturer.
After illuminated power cables, Gelid is launching a more traditional product, as it is already commonplace for CPU coolers to have built-in lighting. In this category, light sources are usually located in fans mounted on the heat sink, and this is not the case with Gelid Glacier RGB nor in the case of.
In addition to the 152 mm high, six-pipe tower cooler, we get two 1600 rpm PWM-controlled Stella ARGB fans with a maximum noise level of 35 dB (A) and, thanks to their double ball bearings, they can withstand 100,000 operating hours. In the box, in addition to the included GC-Extreme thermal paste, there is an extra set of mounting straps so that a third fan can be mounted on the rib if required, although this may not raise the manufacturer’s maximum TDP to 220 watts.
The Gelid Glacier RGB processor cooler, sold with a 5-year warranty, is compatible with most processor sockets currently in use, including the relatively new LGA1200, and is expected to cost around € 50.
Source: Hírek és cikkek – PROHARDVER! by prohardver.hu.
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