Sapphire enters CPU cooling business

Sapphire has been long known as a maker of graphics cards and motherboards but starting now we will have to associate the company with CPU cooling too.

Indeed the Taiwanese company has entered the CPU cooling business and will offer high-end products at that starting with a cooler based on vapour chamber technology borrowed from its GPU coolers.

Sapphire Logo

Not much is known about Sapphire’s first CPU cooler except that it will be rather light and will combine heat pipes and a vapour chamber base that will be able to dissipate up to 200 watts of heat.

Pricing and availability are unknown.


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