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.
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.
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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