Thermaltake introduces two new NiC series CPU coolers, also called as "non-interference coolers". These CPU coolers ensures that you can install memory kits is heatspreaders of any size. There are 2 models introduced in this series: NiC L31 and NiC L32.
Depending on the memory kit, CPU cooler and even CPU fan setup, sometimes the heatspreaders can be an obstacle which usually prevents you to install in the first 2 DIMM slots at the very least. These coolers on the other hand ensures that its NiC series coolers are not a problem for such scenario.
These coolers use 8mm direct contact heat pipes and supports up to 160w and 180w CPUs. The coolers are designed in a way that fans with 25mm thickness with push-pull configuration, the setup will not be an obstacle even for desktop motherboards with Quad channel setup. The fan spins between 500- to 1800 rpm.
The following are the specs of the CPU coolers:
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