Coolink Corator DS CPU Cooler Review



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Today we are taking a look at the Coolink Corator DS, a CPU cooler which is not quite as mainstream as it looks.

CPU coolers, or at least air-based coolers, have had a tendency to grow in size and in all dimensions. This is certainly no exceptions as this thing is huge and I would certainly take a gander at the weight as it is impressively over 1kg and that is just the product weight! The larger the heatsinks are in theory the more surface area you can have and as such more heat lost. Typically however, the fans are mounted on the side of the heatsink to push/pull air into the heatsink. In contrast the Corator has the fan located in the centre which means the heatsink is a lot bigger but does incorporate the fan. Whether this provides any benefit to the airflow through the system I am not so sure and hopefully our testing will prove either way.

They certainly think highly of themselves and we hope that this product is as good as we expect.



Specifications

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[TD]Socket compatibility[/TD]
[TD]Intel LGA1366, LGA1156, LGA 1155, LGA775 & AMD AM2, AM2+, AM3
(backplate required)[/TD]
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[TD=width: 204]Mainboard compatibility[/TD]
[TD]Compatibility[/TD]
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[TD=width: 204]Height (with fan)[/TD]
[TD]155 mm[/TD]
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[TD=width: 204]Width (with fan)[/TD]
[TD]140 mm[/TD]
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[TD=width: 204]Depth (with fan)[/TD]
[TD]121 mm[/TD]
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[TD=width: 204]Weight (with fan)[/TD]
[TD]1040 g[/TD]
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[TD=width: 204]Material[/TD]
[TD]Copper (base and heat-pipes), aluminium (cooling fins)[/TD]
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[TD=width: 204]Fan size[/TD]
[TD]120x120x25 mm[/TD]
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[TD=width: 204]Fan[/TD]
[TD]Coolink SWiF2-120P[/TD]
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[TD=width: 204]Bearing[/TD]
[TD]high-performance hydro-dynamic bearing[/TD]
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[TD=width: 204]Rotational Speed (+/- 10%)[/TD]
[TD]800 – 1700 RPM[/TD]
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[TD=width: 204]Airflow[/TD]
[TD]60.4 – 127.6 mł/h[/TD]
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[TD=width: 204]Acoustical Noise[/TD]
[TD]8.5 – 27.1 dB/A[/TD]
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[TD=width: 204]Scope of Delivery[/TD]
[TD]Heatsink, SWiF2-120P Fan, Mounting Hardware (SecuFirm™2 for AMD & Intel), Thermal Paste, English Manual[/TD]
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[TD=width: 204]Warranty[/TD]
[TD]5 years[/TD]
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[TD=width: 204]MSRP[/TD]
[TD]€ 49.90 / US$ 59.90[/TD]
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[TD=width: 204]EAN[/TD]
[TD]4716123313519[/TD]
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Comments

2 Responses to “Coolink Corator DS CPU Cooler Review”
  1. Leo Bien Durana says:

    1kg cooler?? Seems to be a real downer… Hopefully that bracket will really do its job holding that cooler, as my pal's DeepCool/Alpenfohn Ice Blade Pro that weighs just over a kilogram really is putting a stress to his mobo.

  2. Si KeVin says:

    Sister company of Noctua… It is expected to be heavy LoL 😀

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