|Cooler Form Factor||280mm All-In-One Hydro Cooler|
|Max. Cooling Capacity|
|Included Fan Configuaration||2 x 140mm|
|Fan Edition||Corsair SP140L Static Pressure with High Torque|
|Fan Bearing Type|
|LED Lighting Colour||RGB|
|Approx Fan Speed||2000 rpm|
|Adjustable Fan Speed Controller||No|
|Fan Airflow||104.65 CFM|
|Air Pressure||3.99 mm H2O|
|Sound Level (dB)||40 dB|
|Sound Level (Sone)|
|Heatsink Material||Aluminium/ Copper|
|Dimensions & Weight|
|Heatsink Dimensions||140 x 312 x 26 mm (WxHxD)|
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The Intel Core i7-6700K has sated the appetite of enthusiast gamers since August 2015, but if a quad-core chip just doesn't tickle your fancy, you might have been twiddling your thumbs in anticipation of a new HEDT (High End Desktop) part.
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