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GELID Slim Silence AM2 Low-Profile CPU Cooler

GELID show us the meaning of limbo by offering up a super low profile CPU cooler.

| CPU Air Coolers in Cases, Cooling & PSU | Posted: Jul 13, 2009 4:19 am
TweakTown Rating: 78%      Manufacturer: GELID Solutions

How low can you go?

 

You're building that super slim HTPC for the living room because the wife's fed up with the big ugly computer case sitting next to the TV and has threatened to take the china and the dog unless you do something about it.

 

You buy a nice slim case and go to shove the Blu-ray drive in, only to realise, BANG! - It's hit the ungainly CPU cooler occupying half the case.

 

What to do, what to do...

 

Buy a new slim-line Blu-ray drive? Expensive!

 

Buy a larger case? Divorce!

 

Buy a new CPU cooler? BINGO!

 

Up steps GELID Thermal Solutions with the low profile Slim Silence CPU cooler.

 

GELID Slim Silence Low-Profile CPU Cooler

 

GELID has taken its silent fan technology and sunken it right down into a heat sink that's barely an inch high, with an added heat pipe thrown in for good measure to prevent any hot spots from developing within the stealthy black aluminium.

 

GELID Slim Silence Low-Profile CPU Cooler

 

Pre-applied thermal paste and a back plate support for the AM2 edition of this cooler make up the contents of the box along with a small manual and some free stickers.

 

GELID Slim Silence Low-Profile CPU Cooler

 

As can be seen from this profile shot and the addition of a 2p coin, the heatsink is specified as 28mm high, putting it a few mill' over an inch.

 

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