The specialist refrigeration systems Thermaltake has announced the launch of its new heatsinks Riing Silent 12 designed for use in high-end systems and especially those that use memory modules large heatsinks, as they are designed to not interfere with them in no case.
Themaltake designed the new Riing Silent 12 so a simple design tower type with four copper heatpipes 6 mm diameter and a block of aluminum sheets of 0.4 mm thick and 2.2 mm gap, a design that according Thermaltake makes the heat dissipation efficiency by using his special Riing Silent fan 12 is maximized, while the emitted noise is minimized.
And according Thermaltake, the fan used is specifically optimized for this sink, efficiently cooling the entire surface thereof and minimizing the noise emitted by its frame technology Wind Frame Blocker. For example, Thermaltake has supplied along with the press release of this sink sink a thermal image cooling Core i7-4770K Intel 3.8GHz processor under maximum load that you see below.
Also according to information provided by the manufacturer, through the use of this Riing Silent fan 12 it is able to reduce noise emissions significantly. Using the Low-Noise provided cable causes the fan to operate at a maximum of 1000 rpm, only 13.4 dBA of noise emitted and without cable only 18.8 dBA, so be certain these values yes we would be facing a heat sink suitable for Silent Computing.
Thermaltake will be on sale the new Riing Silent 12 red and blue colors (with Riing fans already know and have lighting at 360 degrees) at a price yet to be determined, but do not expect that cost more than 50 euros. The date of arrival in stores has not been revealed
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