Cooler Master intros their latest LGA2011 CPU cooler

/ 7 years ago

Cooler Master, a pioneer in thermal solutions, has recently introduced to the public their latest CPU cooler fully compatible with LGA2011 right out of the box; the Hyper 412S.

With the Hyper 412S, Cooler Master has combined the various elements that make a great CPU cooler along with the technology for quiet operation to create a product with a perfect balance between quality and noise.

Designed specifically to provide the best heat dissipation possible at low fan speeds, thanks the wider gaps between the aluminium fins and the 6mm heat pipes laid out to be directed across the CPU hot zones, the Hyper 412S’ heat pipes are arranged using Cooler Master’s own CDC technology, creating a virtual vapor chamber thus providing higher heat dissipation efficiency.

The 412S is not only equipped with one of the company’s ultra low speed silent fan, but Cooler Master have also introduced their new quick-snap brackets, making removing, cleaning, changing and adding an easy task requiring less time than before, and with the extra brackets, you can also add a second fan to optimize cooling.

As for the socket compatibility, other than Intel’s LGA2011, you’ll also find LGA1336, 1156, 1155 and 775, while it’s also compatible with AMD’s FM1, AM3+, AM3, AM2 and AM2+. The cooler itself measures 132 x 99 x 160mm and weights 507g, not the largest around.

Said to be released soon, the Cooler Master Hyper 412S will cost around €35.

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One Response to “Cooler Master intros their latest LGA2011 CPU cooler”
  1. I kinda love the looks of it.

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