Xilence releases small but efficient CPU cooler

Xilence releases small but efficient CPU cooler

In most cases having a powerful processor means you have to install a large and noisy CPU cooler that can be also expensive. Well, not anymore – the German company Xilence has released a small-sized but very efficient CPU cooler known as M403.

The new M403 chip cooler measures just 101.4 x 72.7 x 137 mm but despite its size it can cool Intel and AMD processors with TDP of up to 130 watts. It pushes up to 65 CFM of air and includes 40 thin aluminum fins, three 6 mm copper heat pipes that directly touch the processor and a single 92 mm fan that spins at 600-2200 rpm. The fan makes between 14 dBa and 23.8 dBa of noise and in case of need users can add a second 92 mm fan for better performance.

The new Xilence M403 cooling fan supports all AMD AM2, AM2+, AM3, AM3+, FM1, FM2 and FM2+ processors and all Intel LGA 1150, 1155 and 1156 processors with TPD of up to 130W. The cooler is now available for EUR 19.90.

Source: Xilence

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