A new CPU cooler has made its way into ASUS' Triton series this week dubbed the Triton 77.
This new Triton 77 incorporates innovative features that include the up-way air flow technology, high-density fins, dynamic fan speed control and pure copper heat pipes to deliver efficient heat dissipation for the latest quad-core processors. With its lightweight and compact cooler size, the Triton 77 is also compatible with a wide range of motherboards and chassis.
Quite an interesting concept with the fan being mounted underneath, not something you see often that's for sure. As to just how effective it is, we'll have to wait for the reviews to show up.
The announcement can be found here folks.
With ASUS' innovative Up-way air flow cooling technology, the Triton 77 provides up to 15% enhanced cooling efficiency by rapidly transferring heat directly from the CPU and dissipating it out from the chassis with the case fan. Additionally, it also carries the heat produced by the VRM (Voltage regulation modules) surrounding the CPU to reduce their temperature by 10-15°C for system reliability and stability.
Last updated: Dec 4, 2019 at 01:47 pm CST
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