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ZAWARD launches Advanced High efficiency Sylphee CPU Cooler

| CPU, APU & Chipsets News | Posted: Nov 29, 2006 9:50 pm

How's this for an oddball looking CPU cooler? And from an oddball named company at that (or at least, one I haven't heard of before). "ZAWARD" have just released their new Sylphee cooling solution for both the current crop of AMD and Intel motherboards, said to provide excellent performance with minimal noise from the dual embedded fans (18Dba apparently).


If interested, have a read of the official press release here, or just head straight over to the product page here for specs and info on it.


Taipei, Taiwan (TechMessenger) -- Zaward Corporation, a professional thermal provider aims to create best product to user's demand. Today it launches its new cutting edge design, revolutionary ultra silent dual embedded fan (only 18Dba) CPU cooler "Sylphee" satisfy the needs for gamer and PC users.


Sylphee is built for high performance and ultra silent. Applicable with the latest CPUs of AM2, K8 and Intel Core 2 duo, Pentium 4 and . Aluminum fin makes cooler light-weighted and delicate and avoid fear of bending the motherboard; Copper base absorbs heats immediately from CPU and transfers to its high efficient copper heatpipes to dissipate heats.


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