10.09.2018 - Warsaw, Poland - Fera 3 RGB HE1224 brings highly anticipated RGB illumination while still providing the ultimate blend of compact dimensions, high efficiency at an competitive price. In other words, the versatility that Fera users praised so much.
Newly implemented illumination systemlights up the fan and the top platewith stunning yet discreet colors and effects. Supporting allmajor motherboard RGB systems such as ASUS Auraas wells as manual control via theincluded Nano RGB controller, the Fera RGB is a ready-to-go RGB solution on a budget.
Based on a proven thermal platform, theFera 3 RGButilizes anasymmetrical heat sink designwithfour 6 mm high performance copper heat pipeswithHE technology - direct contact with the CPUfor fast and efficient heat dissipation. To ensure the cooler isas quiet as it is efficient, it was paired with theSigma HP RGB 120 mm PWM-controlled fan. Optimized blade design significantly reduces noise while providing sufficient airflow at 1.600 RPM, allowing the cooler to workeven with high TDP processors.
Itssuper-slim profile combined with only 146 mm of heightmeans the cooler fits about everywhere and doesn't interfere with other components such as RAM modules.
Fera 3 RGBfeatures provenmulti-socket mounting mechanismfor secure and intuitive installation process on bothIntel and AMD platforms. It is also bundled with theenthusiast-grade Pactum PT-2 thermal compound and the additional pair of mounting clipsfor an optional 120 mm fan.
The newFera 3 RGB HE1224 isavailable from today at 36,90 EUR (MSRP, incl. VAT) in Europe.
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