Specifications, Availability and Pricing
The ThermoLab Nano is very small, even smaller than the Micro we tested just a few days ago. While the base is nearly the same as the Micro, the Nano is 39mm tall, a full 20mm shorter than the Micro. This will give case modders looking to make extremely small cases the opportunity to do so and still keep their energy efficient processor cool.
The Nano uses an 80mm low noise fan that could be swapped out with another 80mm fan since it uses the wire hanger method to hold everything together. The fan is only 10mm tall so most standard 80mm fans will add to the overall height of the unit, but it would be possible to make the heatsink perform better.
As of this writing I haven't found ThermoLab products listed for sale anywhere in the US, Canada or Europe. That will change before too long since I was able to find the products available at the export and distributer level.
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