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Iceberg Thermal Unveil IceSLEET G-Series CPU Coolers

Iceberg Thermal, an American-based PC cooling start-up founded in 2019, has announced the newest addition to their IceSLEET CPU Cooler line-up with the release of the IceSLEET G-Series. The series includes four new CPU coolers: IceSLEET G3, IceSLEET G4 Silent, IceSLEET G4 OC, and the limited edition IceSLEET G4 Midnight. The new G-Series will bring their unique colour and design to the PC Cooling industry with specifications that are sure to surprise many observers and users in the PC world.

Iceberg Thermal IceSLEET G-Series CPU Coolers

With four new cooler products launched, Iceberg Thermal has confirmed the following models and key specifications/features:

  • IceSLEET G3- An entry level 3 heatpipe cooler that features a maximum TDP of 160 W, 600-1200 RPM range with a 50 CFM airflow, and a maximum noise level of 20.5 dBA.
  • IceSLEET G4 Silent- A 4 heatpipe cooler with the mantra of “Work hard, Play Hard”. The cooler features a maximum TDP of 170 W, 600-1200 RPM range with a 50 CFM airflow, and a maximum noise level of 20.5 dBA.
  • IceSLEET G4 OC- This 4 heatpipe cooler is gamer oriented and designed for overclocking. This cooler features a maximum TDP of 180 W, 600-1400 RPM range with a 58.5 CFM airflow, and a maximum noise level of 22.5 dBA. This cooler is featured in two colors, and has a translucent white ARGB fan.
  • IceSLEET G4 Midnight- This all-black limited edition 4 heatpipe cooler is the ultimate in style. This cooler features a maximum TDP of 180 W, 600-1400 RPM range with a 58.5 CFM airflow, and a maximum noise level of 22.5 dBA. It is black nickel-plated, and has a translucent black ARGB fan.

All of these CPU Coolers feature a new fan slide-lock technology for ease of installation.

Where Can I Learn More?

These new coolers are estimated to launch in the USA and Canada in late July, with International release dates planned for later in the year. – If you do, therefore, want to learn more about these new and exceptionally eye-catching air cooler designs, you can check out the official Iceberg Thermal website via the link here!

What do you think? – Let us know in the comments!

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