Alpenfohn reveals Triglav CPU cooler

/ 8 years ago

The European company Alpenfohn has recently revealed their new tower-type CPU cooler: the Triglav.

If you haven’t spotted the particularity of this cooler, you may want to look at the heat sink. You will notice that it is connected with 10mm heat pipes, which is massive by today’s standard.

The humongous heat pipes, made of nickel-plated copper, pass through 46 aluminium fins that are arranged in a turbulence-inducing pattern to improve heat dissipation so that the fan speed can be reduced. The latter is a 120mm Hydro Bearing fan featuring a PWM controller, it spins between 800 and 1500 rpm with a noise output of up to 21.4 dBA.

The Alpenfohn Trigav is available at a price of €39.90.


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2 Responses to “Alpenfohn reveals Triglav CPU cooler”
  1. ryandigweed says:

    Wow. nice. but looks amost the same as others just with 2 more heatpipeS?.. would like to see the benchmarks. By the way it would be nice if you set up a comment reply notification. As there is no way to be notified . It should be an option in the comment box editor. 🙂 thanks 🙂

  2. gaetan says:

    well, there is, as the comment is like a forum, so it should notify if there's a reply, although i found out that when you post more than 2 comments in the same article you get a email notification but not before…should talk to andy about that, I'll notify him when he gets back 🙂

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