GELID debuts the Tranquillo Rev. 4 CPU cooler

GELID debuts the Tranquillo Rev. 4 CPU cooler

The GELID Tranquillo rev 3.0 CPU cooler, which was released in fall 2014, has finally gotten an update in the form of a new CPU cooler called Tranquillo Rev. 4. The people at GELID say that the Tranquillo Rev. 4 has improved on the Tranquillo Rev. 3 in almost any aspect and we have every reason to believe them.

Just like before the new Tranquillo Rev. 4 uses four power heat pipes and a unique heat pipe constellation designed to keep the chips underneath cool. The new cooler features, however, the so called Heatpipe Direct Touch Technology. In other words the cooler directly touches the processor and thus improves the heat dissipation. The new heatsink has also been improved with the Unique Heatsink Shape Technology and soldered joints of super quality for even more efficient heat transfer inside the new heatsink.

The new Tranquillo Rev. 4 by GELID is equipped with an improved 120 mm cooling fan that spins at 750-1600 rpm. A second fan can also be installed in case of need. The Tranquillo Rev. 4 supports all AMD AM2 processors and newer and all Intel LGA 775 chips and newer. The cooler also comes with a 5-year warranty.

The GELID Tranquillo Rev. 4 CPU cooler sells for USD 39 or EUR 29, depending on where you live.

Source: GELID

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