Solid-state CPU Cooler Offers Advanced Cooling

Phononic unveils a new solid-state CPU cooler, the Phononic model HEX 1.0. The small package, with dimensions of 4.3″ x 3.5″ x 3.5″, offers an advanced cooling performance despite its tiny size.

“Unlike traditional heatsink/fan CPU coolers that continue to grow in size, the HEX 1.0 is built to meet today’s high-performance computing needs in a much smaller form factor, which allows consumers to utilize enclosures ranging from mini-ITX to full size EATX towers,” according to the company.

The CPU cooler comes with a control board with Variable Assist Cooling (VAC), which allows users to maximize thermal performance while simultaneously minimizing fan noise. It also is tested to TDP levels over 175 W.

“At the heart of every computer is a CPU whose performance is dictated by the chip design, the clock speed and processor cache. As users push the limits of their high-performance systems, they create thermal loads that require a reliable CPU cooling solution to deliver the necessary performance. With the innovative use of our proprietary SilverCore solid-state technology, we’re disrupting the high-performance CPU cooling market by offering a solution that will not only meet performance needs but provide an option for safer, smaller, more durable processor cooling,” Michael Bruno, vice president at Phononic, added.

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