Be Quiet! adds new model to Dark Rock line

Be Quiet! adds new model to Dark Rock line

The German cooling solutions maker Be Quiet! has added a new CPU cooler to its Dark Rock line. The new cooler is called Dark Rock TF and offers a top-flow format, a sophisticated design and the efficiency of the proven SilentWings technology to cool systems with compact form factors.

The new Dark Rock TF measures 162.6 x 140 x 130.8 mm (L x W x H) and includes two nickel-plated heat sinks made of brushed aluminum that are interconnected by six 6-mm capped heat pipes. The design of the cooler allows the installation of up to two SilentWings fans with a diameter of 135 mm and when this configuration is enabled the Dark Rock TF can cool processors with TDP of up to 220 watts at a maximum noise level of 26.7 decibels. The fans also make use of rubberized inserts, which suppress vibrations and include a long-lasting fluid dynamic bearing and a silent 6-pole motor. For more flexibility users of the Dark Rock TF can remove the top fan and this reduces the overall fan height by 22 mm to 108.8 mm. Thus the Dark Rock TF can fit in small-sized computer systems as well.

The new Be Quiet! Dark Rock TF is fully compatible with all modern Intel and AMD processors and sells now for USD 79.90/GBP 62/EUR 86, depending on where you live.

Source: Be Quiet!

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