be quiet Dark Rock Slim Black Compact Intel/AMD Air CPU Cooler
be quiet! Dark Rock Slim Compact Single Tower CPU Cooler, 4 Heatpipes, 120mm Silent Wings 3 PWM Fan, Al/Cu, Intel/AMD
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Dark Rock Slim Single Tower Air CPU Cooler by be quiet!
Brushed aluminium top cover with diamond cut finish The Dark Rock Slim from be quiet! is a compact single tower Air CPU cooler that distributes a great cooling performance of 180W TDP and virtually inaudible operation, absolutely perfect for high-end builds with limited space. The Silent Wings 3 120mm PWM fan features seven airflow-optimized fan blades, a six-pole motor for less vibration and a durable fluid-dynamic bearing. Decoupled fan mounting with vibration-isolating elements on the heat sink. Achieving only 23.6dB(A) at maximum fan speed and supports an additional 120mm fan, which the clips are included. The black installation kit can be mounted from above and the Dark Rock Slim features four high-performance copper heat pipes and airflow-optimized, wave-contoured cooling fins. Promises perfect heat transfer due to the ceramic black coating, while the wave-contoured cooling fins deliver increased air circulation.
Powerful Cooling in Small Spaces
the most compact construction The compact design achieves excellent heat dissipation in small spaces, making the Dark Rock Slim the perfect solution for high-end builds with limited space. Due to its compact construction no memory slots are blocked.
A Highly Advanced Design
The main functions that provide high-quality cooling Dark Rock Slim is equipped with four advanced technology 6mm copper heat pipes that maximize the heat conductance. Airflow-optimized, wave-contoured cooling fins with small dots on their surfaces increase the air circulation. The special black coating with ceramic particles makes a perfect transfer of heat possible.
Exceptionally High Cooling Power
incredible performance-to-noise ratio Dark Rock Slim provides an impressive rating of 180W TDP and achieves low temperatures even during periods of peak CPU performance. It is also possible to add another 120mm fan for even better cooling.
Stylish and Easy to Install
USER-FRIENDLY ELEGANCE The mounting kit for the Dark Rock Slim cooler is completely black, perfectly matching the black design of the cooler itself. You can conveniently install the cooler on the motherboard from above. The brushed aluminium top cover with its diamond cut finish adds a touch of elegance to this high-end cooler.
|Edition||Dark Rock Slim|
|Cooler Form Factor||Compact Single Tower|
|Included Fan Configuration||1 x 120mm|
|Fan Edition||Silent Wings 3 120mm PWM|
|Fan Bearing Type||Fluid Dynamic Bearing|
|Fan/Pump Connectors||1 x 4-pin|
|Max. Fan Speed||1500 rpm|
|Max. Fan Airflow|
|Max. Air Pressure|
|Max. Sound Level||23.6 dBA|
|Cooler Materials||Aluminium / Copper|
|Included TIM (Thermal Interface Material)||Included (0.5g Tube of Performance Thermal Grease)|
|Dimensions & Weight|
|Heatsink/Radiator Dimensions||127 x 159.4 x 47.4 mm (WxHxD)|
|Total Dimensions||127 x 159.4 x 72 mm (WxHxD)|
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