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Nitro LTC: Sapphire’s small return to the CPU fan market!

Nitro LTC: Sapphire’s small return to the CPU fan market!

If we know Sapphire for its graphics cards, we know less the brand for its other components. Indeed, in the past, the brand also produced motherboards and, to a lesser extent, CPU fans. The last one was the Vapor-X and it was already in 2012. Now, the brand is back to this business sector by announcing its Nitro LTC in 92 mm!

Nitro LTC: a small Sapphire ventirad in 92 mm!

Sapphire Nitro LTC

With this small ventilator, the brand offers a compact reference displaying 92.5 (W) x 105 (D) x 134 (H) mm. In view of the dimensions, we understand better why this model hosts a small fan of 92.5 mm.

However, this does not prevent it from offering a high concentration of heatpipes since we count five of 6 mm. Considering the size, it’s not bad at all. Especially since the whole thing will be cooled by a fan operating from 450 RPM to 4500 RPM, but what about the noise at full speed.

For the moment, we are far from having all the details concerning this model. We only know that it is intended for AM4 motherboards and that it can handle CPUs with a TDP of 100W. In other words, on Ryzen 5 5600X, Ryzen 5 3600X, Ryzen 7 3700X, no worries. However, on more greedy models, such as Ryzen 7 5800X, it may get stuck.

In the meantime, we don’t know the price either, and the same goes for the availability in Europe, which is not certain.

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