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Glacialtech's Igloo 5750 PWM / Silent Heatsinks Introduced - FrostyTech.com Glacialtech's Igloo 5750 PWM / Silent Heatsinks Introduced
Wed Nov 28, 2007 | 6:30P| PermaLink
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GlacialTech has released another new heatsink in time for all the Quad Core CPUs flooding the market. The Glacialtech IGLOO 5750 PWM CPU cooler and IGLOO 5750 Silent CPU Cooler are Intel LGA775 / AMD 754, 939, 940, AM2 & F Socket compatible heatsinks. The unique design for the enthusiast incorporates a specially aligned aluminum heatpipe combination of four pipes that dissipate the heat from the CPU directly into the heatsink fins. From there, the Silent version’s double fan quietly and efficiently brings the temperature down. The low decibel (19dB), high volume (30.8 CFM) fans are 92mmx92mmx25mm and run at an ultra-quiet speed of 1800 RPM. The dual fan is a unique concept that not only cools down the radiator, but the added blow down effect also cools down the heatsink directly above the CPU. The second fan propels the air further, which has been slowed down slightly by this time because it has increased in volume. The second fan thus speeds up the airflow, thrusting it directly onto the CPU heatsink.

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Unlike the Silent version of this series, the PWM version has a dual 92mm×92mm×25mm adjustable speed fan setup which brings the temperature down. The fan ranges in speed from 800~2500RPM, with a maximum volume throughput of 51.3CFM. The Fan puts out 34dB maximum at full revolutions. The entire heatsink (both versions) keeps a relatively low profile and only weighs in at 507grams, making it safe and light enough to pose no danger to your Intel CPU. (Designed to comply with weight regulations of 550 grams on Intel CPU's). The IGLOO 5750 PWM or IGLOO 5750 Silent CPU cooler gives you far more efficiency than competing products for your enthusiast PC platform.

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