SilentiumPC Fortis 5 Dual Fan CPU Cooler Intel/AMD
SilentiumPC Fortis 5 Dual Fan SPC307 CPU Cooler, 140/120mm FDB Fans, PWM, Direct Touch Heatpipes, 1400rpm, Intel/AMD
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Fortis 5 Dual-Fan Single Tower CPU Air-Cooler from SilentiumPC
Developed through Collaboration The Fortis 5 Dual Fan is a new SilentiumPC CPU cooling solution, developed in collaboration with Synergy Cooling. The distinguishing features include a completely new two-axis asymmetrical heatsink with densely packed fins, an optimised base with six direct touch heat pipes, and two Fluctus fans optimised for static pressure (140 mm on the front and 120 mm on the back of the heatsink), high airflow, and quiet operation. In terms of performance, the Fortis 5 Dual Fan can easily compete with large twin-tower coolers, at the same time surpassing the best single-tower systems in cooling efficiency and psychoacoustic properties. The Fortis 5 series is the next step in a revolutionary design developed in collaboration with Synergy Cooling, and another representative of the new generation of SilentiumPC cooling solutions.
long life Fluctus 140/120 mm fansFluctus fans work best on dense heatsinks, where airflow is restricted. Uniquely profiled fan blades create high static pressure, whilst the new high endurance fluid bearing ensures smooth, low noise operation with 100,000hrs MTBF.
A Plethora of Cooling Features
Fan-Stop technologyThe Fluctus fans stops when receiving low power-usage signals, and also have an automatic start function. By adjusting the fan speed curve, an ultra-quiet semi-passive cooling system can be achieved.
Direct-Touch HeatpipesSix heat pipes are in direct contact with the processor, further improving heat dissipation.
Serrated Fan BladesThe edges of the fan blades have a wavy profile. This reduces the occurrence of bothersome acoustic properties and the overall perceived noise levels of the fan.
Asymmetrical HeatsinkThe heatsink has an asymmetrical shape with specially contoured-edged fins. The Fortis 5 is optimized for unidirectional airflow: the indicated direction ensures smooth operation and the most efficient performance.
|Edition||Fortis 5 Dual Fan|
|Cooler Form Factor||Single Tower|
|Included Fan Configuration||
|Fan Bearing Type||Fluid Dynamic Bearing|
|Fan/Pump Connectors||2 x 4-pin|
|Max. Fan Speed||1400 rpm|
|Max. Fan Airflow|
|Max. Air Pressure|
|Max. Sound Level|
|Included TIM (Thermal Interface Material)||Included|
|Dimensions & Weight|
|Total Dimensions||159×144×131 mm (WxHxD)|
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