Asus Announces New CPU Coolers
Patrick "MACMAC" MacMillan
Asus is one of the largest computer component manufacturers in the world. Their manufacturing prowess extends from motherboards to graphics cards, from monitors to optical drives. Therefore, it should be no surprise to hear that Asus is also heavily involved in thermal solutions. They have an extensive range of CPU coolers, and it just got larger. Asus has just introduced two new heatsinks, the Triton 70 and Triton 75.
Lets see what they had to say:
To cater to enthusiasts who enjoy DIY and assembling their own PCs, ASUS has announced the Triton Series of CPU Coolers the Triton 70 and Triton 75. These two models incorporate innovative features that include high-density fins, dynamic fan speed control (Triton 70 only) and pure copper heat pipes that delivers efficient heat dissipation for the latest quad-core processors. With their lightweight and compact cooler sizes, the Triton series is compatible with a wide range of motherboards and chassis.
Both coolers sport designs that we have seen in the past, so it will be interesting to see what tweaks Asus has done to make them perform better than their competitors. I am not a huge fan of push-pin mounting systems, since they don't provide adequate support for large heatsinks. However, since these coolers are fairly light, perhaps my usual concerns don't apply.
Click here to read the press release.
Click here to check out the product page for the Triton 70.
Click here to check out the product page for the Triton 75.
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