Bulletins of recent high-performance air CPU coolers have gotten rarer these days. On the one hand, many lovers have switched to closed liquid chillers in recent times, which is why the marketplace for prime quality air coolers has been shrinking. Then again, current fashions of "mega coolers" are robust sufficient for the overwhelming majority of CPUs. Nevertheless, producers recognized for over-dimensioned air coolers proceed to good their choices. This week, Thermalright unveiled its large Silver Arrow IB-E Excessive Rev. B air cooler, which may ship as much as 320W of warmth.
The Thermalright Silver Arrow IB-E Excessive Rev. B is a big symmetrical aluminum twin-tower radiator with a nickel-plated copper base, 2 × 45 aluminum fins and eight U-6 mm nickel-plated heatpipes. The warmth sink measures 155 × 103 × 163 mm and weighs 850 grams (100 grams greater than the unique). Thermalidge's 140mm TY-143 PWM followers rotate at as much as 2,500 RPM and produce 130 CFM of air, rising the burden of the cooling system to 1170 grams. Due to this weight, the corporate provides personalized holding plates with the gadget. (Ian: It nonetheless doesn’t come near my 2kg Thermalright TRUE copper heatsink !: D)
The producer claims that the IB-E Excessive Rev. B Silver Arrow has a clearance of 44mm between the bottom and louvers, maximizing compatibility with reminiscence modules. Talking of compatibility: Notice that the cooler comes with mounting plates for AMD's AM4 and Intel Socket LGA 775 / 115x / 1366 / 2011-Three / 2066. In essence, the brand new model has acquired help for HEDT processors, which can be found in Intel's LGA2066 bundle, which lacked the previous-generation Silver Arrow IB-E Excessive cooler.
Since Thermalright positions its merchandise primarily for performance-oriented lovers and overclockers who are usually not usually into "excessive" modding, the Silver Arrow IB-E Excessive Rev. B has no RGB lights. It nonetheless appears fairly cool with an orange fan.
The thermal proper silver arrow IB-E Excessive Rev. B
Intel: 775 / 115X / 1366/2011 / -Three / 2066
Warmth sink materials
Double tower warmth sink, 2 × 45 aluminum fins, eight heatpipes
Dimensions (warmth sink)
155 × 103 × 163 mm
152 × 140 × 26.5 mm
600 ~ 2,500 rpm +/- 10%
Pressured air movement
31.Four ~ 130 CFM
Fan air strain
zero.32 – Three mm H20
Fan energy consumption
$ 100 (?)
Thermalright didn’t contact the pricing of the Silver Arrow Cooling System IB-E Excessive Rev. B. Contemplating that the brand new radiator bears many similarities to its direct predecessor, it may be anticipated to have an analogous price ticket of round 100 Greenback + has.