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Computex 2010: Noctua & Coolink Show a Horde of New Heatsinks

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Computex 2010: Noctua and Coolink Show a Horde of New Heatsinks




While we may not be physically able to bring you the latest and greatest from the Computex show floor, Hardware Canucks will be bringing you a series of quick articles which will highlight some upcoming products from various manufacturers.

In this article both Noctua and Coolink show us their upcoming heatsinks of which some are early prototypes and others are just about ready for production. We don't have much in the way of information regarding these (some are so new that they don't have names yet) but what little specs we could dig out of our contacts is contained in this article.


Article Index:
(All images provided by Coolink & Noctua)

Page 1: Coolink Corator DS PLUS / Corator MS
Page 2: Noctua: Adaptable 140mm Downdraft / Next Gen. Dual Tower Coolers
Page 3: Noctua: Next Gen Single Tower / New Low Profile Cooler



Coolink's Products



Corator DS PLUS


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Currently in development under the project name Corator DS Plus, Coolink is working on improving several aspects of the original Corator DS for delivering utmost performance.

Features:

- Four 8mm Dual-Heatpipes
- Exclusive GDT – technology
- Improved Fin-Design
- More Fins for increased surface area
- Dual-Fan support
- SecuFirm™ 2 mounting system
- High compatibility with existing and future sockets


Corator MS


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Designed with utmost compatibility in mind, the Corator MS will be the first choice for space constrained environments, while still offering highest performance.

- Mono-Stack Tower design
- Two 8mm and three 6mm Dual-Heatpipes
- Exclusive GDT – technology
- Airflow optimized design
- Dual-Fan support
- SecuFirm™ 2 mounting system
- High compatibility with existing and future sockets
 
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Noctua: 140mm Downdraft / Nex Gen. Dual Tower Coolers

Noctua's Upcoming Products


Note: Most of these are prototypes and may not represent the final working design.


Adaptable 140mm Downdraft / Updraft Heatsink


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Features:

- C-type design for lower height and excellent component-cooling
- 6 heatpipes
- Dual NF-P14 FLX 140mm fans
- Uniquely flexible fan setup:
- Dual fan mode for maximum performance
- Low profile mode for minimum height (105mm)
- High-clearance mode for best compatibility with high RAM modules



92mm & 120mm Dual Tower Heatsinks


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Features (120mm):

- Performance levels close to NH-D14 flagship cooler
- Smaller size for improved compatibility
- Optimal compatibility with high RAM modules in single fan mode
- 6 heatpipes
- Up to three 120mm fans


Features (92mm)

- Compact dual-tower design
- 95mm square shape for optimal compatibility on LGA1156
- 4 heatpipes
- NF-B9 92mm premium fan
 
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Noctua: Next Gen Single Tower / New Low Profile Cooler

Next Gen Single Tower 120mm & 92mm Heatsinks


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Features (120mm):

- 7 heatpipes (120mm) / 5 heatpipes (92mm)
- Exellent heat distribution throughout the cooling fins
- Optimal compatibility with high RAM modules
- Single or dual 120mm fan setup (120mm version)
- Single or dual 92mm fan setup (92mm version)



120mm / 80mm Low Profile Cooler


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Features:

- Designed for mini-ITX mainboards and small HTPC enclosures
- Flexible fan setup:
- 120mm/80mm dual fan mode for maximum performance
- 120mm single fan mode for more clearance
- 80mm single fan mode for minimum height (63mm)
 
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