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Montech Air Cooler 210 Air CPU Cooler Review

While Montech is perhaps best known for its excellent range of power supply models, it shouldn’t be forgotten that this is just one market that they currently have its hand in. Their cooler and case designs, for example, are certainly also very popular with consumers who are looking for a quality product with a price tag that won’t put a notable dent in their PC building budget.

With the release of the new Montech Air Cooler 210, therefore, if you’re currently in the market for a new high-performance CPU cooling solution, this definitely seems to be worth checking out as not only does it pack many excellent features, but it also represents a hell of a lot of punch but with a very affordable MSRP.

Montech Air Cooler 210

Now, admittedly, and getting one elephant out of the room very quickly. We’ll freely concede that the Montech Air Cooler 210 is quite possibly one of the worst names we’ve ever encountered for any sort of tech product release. Well, maybe ‘worst’ is unfair, but let’s be honest, this isn’t very sexy, is it?… On the other hand, however, it does quickly convey all of this cooler’s key points very succinctly. It’s an air cooler, and it’s rated to a maximum TDP of 210W.

Coming as a high-performance design, this should easily be able to handle even some of the most potent Intel or AMD processors currently available on the market and, perhaps, even offer a little wiggle room for those of you who enjoy dabbling in a little overclocking.

Before we take a closer look at it, however, let’s check out some of its key features and specifications.

Features

  • Strong Cooling Power
  • Six High- Performance Heat Pipes
  • ARGB FDB Bearing Fan
  • Easy Installation
  • Zero Ram Interference

Technical Information

For more in-depth specifications, please visit the official product page via the link here!

Socket Compatibility

What Does Montech Have To Say?

“The AIR COOLER 210 is Montech’s first fully blackened ARGB premium CPU cooler. It adapts Air Fan PF120 ARGB PWM fan, focusing on heat dissipation and silent performance. Also providing amazing 210W TDP heat dissipation capability. With the ARGB lighting effects, it is a deluxe choice for gamers who seek silence and overclocking.”

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