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Design and Functionality

The cooler looks very interesting:

It measures 120 x 105 x 146 mm and weighs 745g. Like ASUS Triton 77, it uses two parts of the heatsink with a 92-mm fan inserted between them. The heatsinks top and sides are covered with an aluminum casing decorated with an ASUS logo at the top:

 

 

Five copper heatpipes covered with a thin layer of nickel alloy pierce copper base and hold the entire structure together. You can easily remove the top casing with a fan and reveal the entire heatsink:

Inside the casing there is a 92 x 92 x 25mm fan that can rotate at ~2,300RPM maximum (just like the other two ASUS coolers we have just discussed):

The fan rotation speed is PWM controlled. Four blue LEDs cast very weak highlighting as they are hidden deep inside the cooler.

The cooler base is very even and its finish quality is comparable with that of the other two solutions: it is not polished, too.

 
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