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be quiet Shadow Rock TopFlow SR1 Intel/AMD CPU Air Cooler

be quiet! Shadow Rock SR1, Top Flow Single Tower CPU Cooler, 4 Heatpipes, 1x135mm PWM Fan, 160W TDP, for Intel/AMD CPUs

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Product Overview Shadow Rock TopFlow is a low profile CPU cooler with high cooling performance of up to 160W TDP and very quiet operation.

Four wide 8mm heatpipes enable the high heat transference of the space saving cooler. be quiet!’s oversized 135mm Shadow Wing PWM-fan provides the CPU plus surrounding components with plenty of cool air with minimal noise.

Even at high fan speed, the Shadow Rock TopFlow guarantees a low noise of a mere 23.5 dB(A) and a high life span of 200,000 hours. The cooler supports all modern sockets of AMD and Intel and comes with a versatile mounting system.

Compatible with:
• Intel: LGA 2011 / 775 / 1155 / 1156 / 1366 / 1150 / 1151
• AMD: AM2(+) , AM3(+) / 754 / 939 / 940 / FM1 / FM2 Features Extra quiet operation through be quiet! fan using SilentWings technology
The decoupled 135mm Shadow Wings PWM fan ensures a perfect mix of cooling power and noise production. The waveshaped contour on the cooling fins minimises noise and optimises the air flow.

Very high cooling efficiency
Four 8mm heatpipes transport the heat along the shortest path to the optimal point within the cooling fins. The TopFlow Cooler-Layout enables ideal cooling not only for the CPU but also for surrounding components.

Space-saving mounting
Perfect for use in desktop housing thanks to the low height of the cooler.

High-quality materials
Complete nickel-plated cooling element. Stable backplate for a shock-proof sit, even when the computer is being transported.
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Details
Duration:
36 months
Type:
Return to base
DOA Period:
7 days
RTB Period:
36 months
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be quiet Shadow Rock TopFlow SR1 Intel/AMD CPU Air Cooler
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