Xigmatec has announced their latest entry to the CPU cooler market in form of the TYR-SD962 CPU cooler. Týr was/is the Norse God of Law and Heroic Glory, and was the son of Odin. A Bold name for a small cooler, that however promises some good features for a budget oriented cooler.
The TYR-SD962 uses heat-pipes direct touch (H.D.T), where the two 6mm copper heat-pipes make direct contact with the CPU. The base in itself acts as a tiny heatsink and the fins are made from an aluminium alloy. The maximum TDP is 110W and without a fan mounted it weighs 310 grams and measures 85 x 65 x 121 mm.
The 92mm fan used is a fluid circulative bearing (FCB) fan with variable speed between 1200 and 2800 RPM. At maximum speed it can produce an airflow of 52 CFM while the noise levels are rated between 20 and 28 dBA depending on RPM.
The new Xigmatec TYR-SD962 CPU cooler supports Intel LGA Socket 755, 1150, 1155, 1156, 1366 and AMD AM and FM Sockets.
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