Fanless CPU cooler is noiseless but takes the largest (UNBELIEVABLE) heatsink we’ve ever seen to dissipate heat
// November 16th, 2012 // Hardware
No, this is not a joke. If you want a fanless and noiseless CPU cooler that REALLY works, this is what it takes. Meet the 2 pound Zalman CNPS FX100-Cube CPU cooler which does not draw dust or generate vibration due to its passive operation. The cooler is made of copper and aluminum and works with 77W TDP (Thermal Design Power) processors, including Intel’s i7-3770K. The cooler is expected to be revealed in early 2013 and has already secured an Innovation Award at the upcoming 2013 International CES. How you fit the monster heatsink in your case is an open question. We suggest a hole in the case with the heatsink protruding through it like the air scoops on old hotrod cars.
Designed for 77W TDP processors (including Intel’s i7-3770K)
10 (6 mm) heatpipes
Pure copper and aluminum
150 x 150 x 157.5 mm
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