The Taiwanese company is introducing new cooling for its stationary processors Intel Which is designed for the narrowest enclosures in the area
After encountering a number of new video cards designed to be crammed into ultra-modest enclosures in recent times - it seems time to get to know their complementary product, in the form of Cooling The new and surprising NT08-115XP of SilverStone.
The name of this heat sink does not really help to understand its uniqueness, but one look at it makes it clear - this is an ultra-low profile cooler designed to allow the installation of standard stationary processors from home Intel In the smallest and compact computer cases that can be found in stores.
To a tiny rounded aluminum heat sink with an 10 millimeters thick and 80 millimeters diameter, these two together form a total 33 millimeter altitude - much less than the 50 millimeters that feature the basic E97379-001 cooling Intel In the Box versions of its cost-effective desktop processors.
The cooling of SilverStone is adapted to all of the mainstream residences of Intel (Push-pin), a relatively low maximum noise level of up to 1150dbA and matching to quad-core processors from the standard families without an open product, with a thermal envelope of up to 1151 (LGA1155 / LGA1156 / LGA30 / LGA65) Watts.
The NT08-115XP is due to arrive in stores during the current month, at a price that has yet to be revealed. Let’s hope it is low enough to justify its preference over slightly more “obese” basic refrigerants, and not overly expensive due to its unique and direct competition.