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Thermaltake introduces two new 'Non-interference' CPU coolers

L31 and L32 NiC CPU coolers are made to allow installation of memory kits with tall heatspreaders with no interference

| Cases, Cooling & PSU News | Posted: Feb 22, 2014 12:15 pm

Thermaltake introduces two new NiC series CPU coolers, also called as "non-interference coolers". These CPU coolers ensures that you can install memory kits is heatspreaders of any size. There are 2 models introduced in this series: NiC L31 and NiC L32.

 

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Depending on the memory kit, CPU cooler and even CPU fan setup, sometimes the heatspreaders can be an obstacle which usually prevents you to install in the first 2 DIMM slots at the very least. These coolers on the other hand ensures that its NiC series coolers are not a problem for such scenario.

 

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These coolers use 8mm direct contact heat pipes and supports up to 160w and 180w CPUs. The coolers are designed in a way that fans with 25mm thickness with push-pull configuration, the setup will not be an obstacle even for desktop motherboards with Quad channel setup. The fan spins between 500- to 1800 rpm.

 

The following are the specs of the CPU coolers:

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