Raijintek presents Ereboss Core Edition CPU cooler

Raijintek presents Ereboss Core Edition CPU cooler

The new player on the cooler field Raijintek has presented the Ereboss Core Edition CPU cooler – a budget-oriented but universal cooling solution that can handle all kinds of processors on the market now. A nice peculiarity is that users can enjoy passive cooling too.

The Ereboss Core Edition comes with a really massive heat sink – after all silence has a price. The heat sink is nicely colored in black and consists of 34 aluminum fins that dissipate heat brought there by six 6 mm nickel-coated copper heat pipes. If you want better cooling you can add a 140 mm cooling fan to the Ereboss Core Edition. The cooler supports the so called Aeolus fan that measures 140 x 140 x 13 mm and spins at 650-1400 rpm. The Ereboss Core Edition supports all modern processors and sockets starting from Intel LGA775 and AMD AM2 and newer.

There’s no information on the price of the cooler, but given its budget-oriented nature the Ereboss Core Edition is likely to be cheap.

Source: Raijintek

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