Nexus reveals second cooler to support Core i7 CPU

LOW-7000 is only 7cm high and perfect for HTPCs.

Cameron Wilmot
Published Wed, Sep 17 2008 1:25 AM CDT   |   Updated Tue, Jun 16 2020 4:29 PM CDT
Earlier this month Nexus revealed its first CPU cooler to support the upcoming Socket 1366 based Core i7 processor and now they are back with news of another one, but with a difference.

Nexus reveals second cooler to support Core i7 CPU

The Nexus LOW-7000 low profile CPU cooler not only supports Socket 1366 but also the current Socket 775 and AM2. It features four 6mm heatpipes and best of all it is only 7cm high. Pure copper base and heatpipes should help keep things cool.

Match that up with that fact that it includes a large 120mm fan that only spins up to 2000 RPM, it is also very quiet - at max fan speed it only produces 24dBA of sound. It will be perfect for users wanting to build a high powered HTPC based on the Intel Nehalem platform.

You can find out more about the cooler over at the product page, which is here.

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