Specifications, Availability and Pricing
The Thermalab Micro is the just that, small. As you can see the from specs, the cooler is less than 100mm wide and just under 104mm long. When it comes to the all important height, the cooler is just 6cm tall making it perfect for very small enclosures. Right off the top of my head, when I look at the cooler I vision a custom system built for a carputer, a custom one-off system that is built to operate in an automobile. Another place where slim coolers are required is the 2U server market. Many of the standard 2U coolers are derived from 1U components making them extremely loud and not something you want in your home computer room or living room.
After an extensive search, I was not able to find the ThermoLab Micro available for sale in the US. For that matter, I was not able to find them for sale in anything less than distributer quantities. As I always like to say, the proof is in the pudding and if the Micro turns out to be a powerhouse in their application type, it won't be long before they are for sale all over the place.
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- Page 3 [Packaging]
- Page 4 [The Cooler]
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