Antec debuts War Tiger A40 CPU cooler

Antec debuts War Tiger A40 CPU cooler

Antec, a company that we usually associate with power supply units, computer chassis and other similar components, has released its first budget-oriented CPU cooler. The cooler is called War Tiger A40 and measures 100 x 75 x 136.3 mm for total weight of 570 grams.

The War Tiger A40 consists of an aluminum heat sink with 40 fins and has 4 U-shaped 6 mm copper heat pipes, which directly contact the processor they cool. Speaking of this, the War Tiger A40 supports all Intel LGA 775, LGA 1366, LGA 1156, LGA 1155 and LGA 1150 processors and all AMD AM2/AM2+/AM3/AM3+/FM1/FM2/FM2+ processors. The War Tiger A40 utilizes a 92 mm cooling fan that spins at 2000 rpm and makes up to 22 dBa of noise. In case of need users can also add an additional cooling fan.

The War Tiger A40 is out now – the new Antec CPU cooler can be yours for USD 14.

Source: Hwp.ru

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