SilentiumPC Spartan 5 MAX ARGB Intel/AMD CPU Cooler
SilentiumPC Spartan 5 MAX, 1x120mm ARGB Fan, Single Tower, Aluminium Fins, 4x Copper Heatpipes, Intel/AMD
By DPD On 19th May
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Protect against installation damage for 28 days.
ScanProtect is an enhanced warranty specifically designed and offered by Scan to reduce the risk of any mishap or damage to components during installation.
Our aim with ScanProtect is to encourage our customers to upgrade or build their own PC confidently. For a small additional fee our customers are provided with complete peace of mind.
Developed with Synergy Cooling
The Spartan 5 MAX ARGB is a CPU cooling system developed in cooperation with Synergy Cooling that has been additionally equipped with addressable-RGB lighting, and directly competes with more expensive mid-range coolers. The streamlined heatsink design and base, which consists of heat pipes directly in contact with the processor, offer effective cooling of even the latest processors, while maintaining low volume levels and an affordable price. The Spartan 5 uses a specially designed, heatsink-integrated version of the award-winning Fluctus 120 PWM fan, ensuring both quiet operation and psychoacoustic optimization throughout the entire setup.
The Spartan 5 MAX ARGB has been designed primarily for system integrators and users looking for efficient and inexpensive cooling. Thanks to its uniform structure, it is not only extremely simple to install, but also much more resistant to mechanical damage, e.g. in transport.
Integrated, Long Life Fluctus ARGB 120mm Fan
Fluctus fans work best on dense heatsinks and water cooling radiators, where airflow is restricted. Uniquely profiled fan blades create high static pressure. New high endurance bearing ensures smooth, low noise operation with 100,000h MTBF.
Serrated leading edges of fan blades contribute to noise reduction. This reduces prominent tonal noises and is at heart of our patent-pending psychoacoustic optimization.
Addressable-RGB Illumination System
The Spartan 5 MAX ARGB is equipped with an integrated Fluctus fan with an autonomous ARGB backlight, which provides a rainbow effect without the need to connect it to a motherboard ARGB system controller. The Fluctus 120 ARGB fan can also be connected to a controller that supports addressable backlighting, allowing the user to select different colours and effects.
Direct Touch Heatpipes
Heatsink base provides the best contact with the surface of modern CPUs. Four heatpipes are in direct contact with the CPU to improve heat transfer.
Easy Mounting System
All coolers from the Spartan 5 family are equipped with a completely new mounting system, consisting of a spring loaded frame and only one movable element. On AMD platforms, the installation only requires a single screw. Included pictorial manual and video guides explain the installation step-by-step.
Pactum PT-3 Thermal Compound
SilentiumPC coolers from the Spartan 5 family come with pre-applied Pactum PT-3 thermal paste.
• Developed with synergy cooling.
• Integrated, long life fluctus ARGB 120 mm fan.
• Excellent acoustics.
• Addressable-RGB illumination system.
• Direct touch heatpipes.
• Easy mounting system.
• Pactum PT-3 thermal compound.
|Cooler Form Factor||Single Tower|
|Cooler Features||Direct Contact Heatpipes|
|Included Fan Configuration||1 x 120mm w/ Addressable RGB LEDs|
|Fan Bearing Type||Fluid Dynamic Bearing|
|LED Lighting||Addressable RGB|
|Max. Fan Speed||1500 rpm|
|Max. Fan Airflow|
|Max. Air Pressure|
|Max. Sound Level|
|Included TIM (Thermal Interface Material)||Included (Pre-Applied Thermal Paste)|
|Dimensions & Weight|
|Heatsink/Radiator Dimensions||125 x 153 x 65 mm (WxHxD)|
|Total Dimensions||485 mm (WxHxD)|
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