SilverStone offers two new CPU coolers

SilverStone-NT06-Pro

The Taiwanese company SilverStone, a maker of cooling solutions, has presented two new universal CPU cooling solutions, designed for computer enthusiasts and people, who would like to save some money on CPU cooling when changing a system platform. The NT01-Pro and NT06-Pro offer almost unbelievable compatibility – they are compatible with the Intel LGA 775/1155/1156/1366/2011 sockets and AMD’s AM2/AM3/FM1 and FM2 sockets.

The SilverStone NT01-Pro measures 140 x 97 x 120 mm and weighs 470 grams. Based on an aluminum heatsink the SilverStone NT01-Pro allows the install of up to two 70 mm or 80 mm fans. It also offers six copper 6 mm heatpipes.

The NT06-Pro comes with a horizontal aluminum heatsink and measures 140 x 82 x 139 mm for a total weight of 700 grams. This one also comes with six copper heatpipes but offers a bottom-sided 120 mm fan that spins between 1000 rpm and 2200 rpm for a maximum of 74 CFM.

Both coolers will sell for around EUR 50.


Source: Guru3D

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