Cooler Master presents Hyper D92 CPU cooler

Cooler Master presents Hyper D92 CPU cooler

The famous maker of cooling solutions Cooler Master has announced the release of its brand new CPU cooler known as Hyper D92.

The cooler is tower-based and measures 146.4 x 128.9 x 96.6 mm for total weight of 636 grams. The device makes use of Continuous Direct Contact technology and offers four 6 mm heat pipes and two 120 mm coolers that spin at 800-2800 rpm, pushing between 15.7-54.8 CFM of air while making 18-33 dBa of noise. The cooler is fully compatible with all Intel LGA 2011 and LGA 115x processors as well as all AMD AM3+ and FM2+ processors. Its pricing is still unknown, though.

A bit later the Taiwanese company will release the mainstream Hyper 612S CPU cooler. The cooler will have an aluminum heat sink with six copper heat pipes and one 120 mm cooling fan with a PWM controller. The fan will spin at 800-1300 rpm and will make noise of 11.7-21.9 dBa. The cooler will support all aforementioned processors but just like with the Hyper D92 its pricing is not known as of now.

(picture courtesy of Techpowerup)

Source: Cooler Master

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