The Spartan Pro-B CPU cooler is universal solution

The Spartan Pro-B CPU cooler is universal solution

Having a universal CPU cooler is a nice thing – when you change your motherboard inside your computer, chances are your universal CPU cooler will work with the new motherboard. However, sometimes things do not work as expected and if you want to avoid such a scenario you’d better look for SilentiumPC’s universal Spartan PRO-B HE924 CPU cooler that fits any platform.

Really, the Spartan PRO-B HE924 is perhaps the most compatible CPU cooler we have heard of – the device supports all Intel LGA 775/1366/1156/1155/1150 processors and all AMD AM2/AM2+/AM3/AM3+/FM1/FM2/FM2+ processors. In addition SilentiumPC claims the Spartan PRO-B HE924 can fit in virtually all midi tower cases. The cooler is compact-sized and includes four 6 mm heat pipes that directly touch the processor, a unique heat sink structure and support for up to two cooling fans. The cooler comes with a 100 mm one out of the box but in case of need you can add another 100 mm cooling fan. The installed 100 mm fan spins at 800 (+/- 300) rpm – 2000 (+/-200) rpm, produces between 9.9 dBa and 22.9 dBa of noise and pushes between 14.8 – 40.16 CFM of air. The fan life is rated at 50 000 hours and the cooler also comes with an advanced thermal conductive paste (4.1 W/mk).

The Spartan PRO-B HE924 measures 105 x 77 (80 with mounting mechanism) x 135 mm while the heat sink measures 105 x 52 (80 with mounting mechanism) x 135 mm. The CPU cooler weighs 310 grams.

There’s no information on how much the SilentiumPC Spartan PRO-B HE924 costs.

Source: SilentiumPC

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