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 CPU Cooler Stabilizer K8/AM2  - CPU Cooler Stabilizer K8/AM2
Sat Dec 27, 2008 | 12:01P| PermaLink
With the CPU Cooler stabilizer K8/AM2, the Japanese cooling specialist Scythe Co., Ltd. unveils a practical system for mounting coolers on the AMD Sockets AM2/AM2 + and 939. With the CPU Cooler stabilizer AM2, all Scythe coolers can be mounted more safely on compatible mainboards. The Back Plate / Screw solution weights only 126 g and is ideal for all users who would like to give a more stable mounting to their CPU coolers. The stabilizer is made of high quality materials and comes with a back plate which has to be mounted on the back of the mainboard. The Scythe CPU Cooler Stabilizer AM2 offers a more solid combination between processor and cooler than normal brackets and improves the heat conduction. Due to its high compatibility with current AMD sockets (AM2, AM2 + and 939), this kit is a solution not only for users of Scythe coolers, but also for coolers from third-party manufacturers. The CPU Cooler stabilizer is a consistent further development of the popular universal retention kit. Supplied accessories include the following: Back-Plate, retention module, insulation washers, mounting screws, thermal paste and wrenches The Scythe CPU Cooler K8/AM2 stabilizer is now available for 6.90 Euro + VAT / US$ 11.50 + TAX. For Intel Socket LGA775, a compatible CPU Stabilizer is already available.

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