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February 5, 2007

Cooler Master’s GeminII

at 5:50 am. Filed under Computer Hacks, Insane Equipment, What Were They Thinking

How much cooling do we need? This looks more automotive than a computer part…

“So you think that your computer may be “heating up” a bit too much? Doom 3 and Half Life 2 are renowned for intensely heating up your PC. Even if you don’t have those and you feel a bit too much heat roaming inside your box, you could get your worries deleted with this massive boy. How does two fans blowing over your motherboard at 120mm with a few dozen aluminum fins and six copper heat pipes sound to you? Sweet or what?! The Cooler Master’s GeminII is what I’m talking about. If you have some extra room in your case, you could actually stick half your motherboard sized cooler to keep your computer from overheating itself. Because this cooler is actually going to be placed on your motherboard, we’re not sure if it will snap your motherboard or not. By the looks of it, it seems as if it could be far heavier than the motherboard itself…

– CPU+Board Cooler Design cools CPU and its surrounding components
– Compatible with AMD X2 Dual Core, Intel Core 2 Duo and Core 2 Extreme.
– Complete cooling solution cools CPU and its surrounding components (motherboard, memory, VRM, chipset and VGA cards)
– Fan bracket design for mounting two 120 mm fan cools mainboard.
– Flexible bracket design provides interference-free installation
– Copper base with 6 heat pipes design creates superior cooling performance
– Huge aluminum fin design for excellent heat dissipation.”

Via: TurboGadgets


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