Thursday, December 29, 2005

Press Release: Thermalright HR-01 Passive Cooling

Oh, my brat clients would probably be drooling about this cooler once I get my early samples next year. I'll be stocking a few, and keep one myself, well, that is if reviews proved it to be better than my XP-90 which has stood me the test of time due to easy installation, good performance, and light-weight design. Screw those after-market coolers that require you to remove the motherboard.

People who live in densely populated areas, such as Manhattan or Hong Kong deal with the need to expand without the land to do it, but expand they do. How do they do it? Hint: Think upwards. Yes, those high rise buildings! If you can't expand horizontally, you go vertically!! That means up, up, up!

With that in mind, we applied the same principle to our newest product. It is designed to work on any AMD S754/939/940, Intel Socket 478, and Intel LGA775 systems.

Introducing the new HR-01

The HR-01 follows our classic tradition of Light N Easy. It's light in that it's only 520g without a fan. It's easy in that you don't need to take out your motherboard to install, or uninstall any part of your computer setup. But that is not the best part! For those of you who cannot stand the noise produced by howling cooling fans, you will definitely love this. It works as a passive cooling system. That means no fan! And no fan equals any noise produced by your CPU cooler.

What about performance?

Due to the greater surface area and to the newly developed, proprietary ventilation design, the HR-01 is able to absorb more heat and dissipates it more efficiently, with good case cooling and case housekeeping than most of other high-end passive coolers in the market.

For those of you who like living on the edge, in particular, all you overclockers (you know who you are), you'll be glad to know that our HR-01 will take any abuse you can dish out. So turn up the juice! Another ultimate cooling solution, the HR-01 from Thermalright will once again save the day.
Now the question we're asking you is,”Going…up?”

December 14, 2005

Source: Thermalright

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