Thermolab Nano Silencer & Micro Silencer

On First Page2. The Coolers


Introduction

ThermoLab, is a company you might not have heard of.  Established in Korea in 2005, they are new to the PC cooling solutions scene and today we are taking a look at two of their Socket 775 CPU coolers, the Nano Silencer and the Micro Silencer.

Manufacturers Specifications

Nano Silencer
                                                          

Dimension
99.5 x 88.2 x 39 (L x W x H)mm
Weight
214g (Heat sink and Fan)
Heatsink Material
Pure copper (Heat Pipe),
Aluminum(Base Block, Fins)
Dissipation Area
1,250 cm²
Fan
Dimension
80 x 80 x 15mm
Speed
Less than 3,000rpm ± 10%
Noise Level(1)
30.5dB(A) at 3,000rpm
Bearing Type
Rifle Bearing
Control Method
PWM, Auto Restart,
Locked Current protection
Fan Life Expectancy
70,000hr continuous at 40°C ,
15~65% relative humidity

Micro Silencer

Dimension
103.5 x 99 x 59 (L x W x H)mm
Weight
276g (Heat sink and Fan)
Heatsink Material
Pure copper (Heat Pipe),
Aluminum(Base Block, Fins)
Dissipation Area
1,740 cm²
Fan
Dimension
95 x 95 x 25 mm
Speed
Less than 2,600rpm ± 10%
Noise Level
34.6dB(A) at 2,650rpm
Bearing Type
Rifle Bearing
Control Method
PWM, Auto Restart,
Locked Current protection
Fan Life Expectancy
70,000hr continuous at 40°C ,
15~65% relative humidity

The company states the coolers use ThermoLab’s own Power Clamping Technology (PCT) to allow for efficient cooling with a low-profile, low-noise design.  Essentially, the heat-pipe and aluminum fins are aligned with notches cut into the aluminum base, and attached using compression.

Packaging


The packaging of both coolers is pretty unassuming.  Both ship in a sturdy cardboard box and inside we find the coolers, four bolts with plastic washers for installation and the product manual.  The coolers are packaged upright with the thermal paste pre-applied and this is covered by a protective plastic slip.

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