Sapphire launches its new Vapor-X CPU Cooler
Announced at the CeBIT 2012 in early March this year, sapphire today finally officially launches its new line of CPU Coolers: Sapphire Vapor-X CPU Cooler , which incorporates Vapor Chamber technology used in many of the card coolers Sapphire video.
Sapphire Vapor-X CPU Cooler is the first system that provides Cooling for CPUs Sapphire, and is aimed at enthusiast users, promising lower temperatures thanks to their Vapor Chamber technology (steam chamber), used in many of their video cards Custom high end.
The sink has a cooler Vapor Chamber, which has four heatpipes charge of carrying multiple heat-cooled aluminum fins of two fans. Sapphire says its Vapor-X CPU Cooler is able to dissipate the heat generated by CPUs with TDPs of over 200 Watts, enough to please many enthusiasts overclock.
Sapphire provides your product a universal mount, through which can be used in intel and amd socket LGA 775, LGA 1366, LGA1156, LGA 1155, LGA 2011, AM2, AM2 +, AM3, AM3 +, FM1 and FM2, being compatible with virtually any microprocessor from Intel and AMD launched from 2004 to present.
Those of Icrontic bring us a mini-review of the new Sapphire Vapor-X CPU Cooler, compared to a liquid cooled cooler Thermaltake Water 2.0 Performer:
An air-cooled cooler outperforms liquid cooled coolers at a suggested price of US4 69, is undoubtedly an aggressive form of self-advertised by Sapphire.
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