Corsair A500 Intel/AMD CPU Cooler with 2x 120mm Fans
Corsair A500, Single Tower, Nickel-Plated Aluminium, 2x ML120 PWM Fans, 4x Direct Touch Copper Heatpipes, Intel/AMD
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CORSAIR A500 High Performance Dual Fan CPU Cooler
GAME, RENDER, AND ENCODE FASTER. Beat the heat and bring your CPU temperatures down with the CORSAIR A500 High Performance Dual Fan CPU Cooler, take advantage of four direct-contact copper heat pipes that cool your CPU up to 250W TDP, unlocking higher performance by decreasing CPU temperatures, and with two PWM controlled CORSAIR ML120 fans you can adjust the speed anywhere between 400 RPM for ultra-quiet operation or 2,400 RPM for extreme cooling performance. An intuitive slide-and-lock fan mounting system accommodates most RAM designs, while the CORSAIR HoldFast retention system is easy to install and ensures consistent thermal performance with a secure and reliable fit for almost all modern CPUs. Unlock your CPU's potential with pre-applied CORSAIR XTM50 High Performance Thermal Paste and a five-year warranty for peace of mind.
Drop Your Temperatures and get the Maximum Performance
Quad Direct-Contact Copper Heat Pipe Design The CORSAIR A500 Dual Fan CPU cooler features a Quad direct-contact copper heat pipe design, engineered to cool your CPU up to 250W TDP, unlocking a higher performance by dropping CPU temperatures significantly.
Intuitive CORSAIR Slide-and-Lock Fan Mount System
Adjustable Fan Height Accommodates most DRAM Designs The super chilled CORSAIR A500 Air CPU cooler is equipped with a slide-and-lock fan mount system allowing various mounting heights, for wide DRAM compatibility and easy installation.
Efficient Heat Transfer and Peace of Mind
PRE-APPLIED CORSAIR XTM50 THERMAL PASTE CORSAIR XTM50 High Performance Thermal Paste is applied in an optimized pattern for even spreading, and comes included with an extra tube in the box if you need to re-apply it or re-install your A500 Air cooler. The CORSAIR A500 CPU cooler comes with a five-year warranty for complete peace of mind.
CORSAIR XTM50 THERMAL PASTE
Cool, Quiet, and Everything In-Between
x2 ML120 PWM Magnetic levitation bearing fans The A500 Air CPU cooler is equipped with two CORSAIR ML120 magnetic levitation bearing fans with PWM control, allowing you to adjust speed anywhere between 400 RPM for ultra-quiet operation or 2,400 RPM for extreme cooling performance.
How to Install the CORSAIR A500 CPU Fan Cooler
INNOVATIVE HOLDFAST RETENTION SYSTEM Easy to install, ensuring consistent thermal performance with a secure and reliable fit on almost all modern AMD and Intel CPUs.
|Cooler Form Factor||Single Tower|
|Included Fan Configuration||2 x 120mm|
|Fan Edition||Corsair ML120 Magnetic Levitation PWM|
|Fan Bearing Type||Magnetic|
|Fan/Pump Connectors||2 x 4-pin|
|Max. Fan Speed||400 - 2400 rpm|
|Max. Fan Airflow||75 CFM|
|Max. Air Pressure||4.2 mm H²O|
|Max. Sound Level||37 dBA|
|Cooler Materials||Aluminium / Copper|
|Included TIM (Thermal Interface Material)||Included (Pre-Applied Thermal Paste)|
|Dimensions & Weight|
|Total Dimensions||173 x 168.7 x 143.5 mm (WxHxD)|
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