Cooler Master continues the GeminII series with a new CPU cooler

/ 8 years ago

Cooler Master has announced a new CPU cooling solution to continue the GeminII series, which has proven to be very popular in the past. Here it is: the GeminII S524.

Although similar at first sight, after a closer examination we can clearly see that this new product is different from its predecessor.

Rotated at a 90 degree angle, therefore allowing both a constant air flow and a reduction in size, the heat sink has been enlarged to allow for better heat dissipation and better performance. When placed correctly, the cooler can also deliver airflow to your memory, allowing the S524 to be of multi-usage. What more the GeminII S524 also claims the position of a transformative cooling solution while maintaining an remarkable performance-to-noise ratio.

The GeminII S524 can also accept a 140mm fan, which makes it a very flexible cooling solution, the five high-grade 6mm thick copper heat pipes that rises from the large cooper base offer an optimal heat dissipation by rapidly scattering and removing the heat, making it a fine selection for your CPU.

What more, this CPU cooler has also been protected against corrosion, for longer lifespan and better performance, the entirety of the cooler itself has been electroplated by a layer of nickel, which being microscopic, will in no way affect performance.

Already available worldwide, the GeminII S524 will set you back $39.99 (MSRP).

More specifications:

Source; Product’s page

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