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SKYMTL December 20, 2012 09:57 AM

Phanteks Launches PH-TC12DX CPU Cooler
The PH-TC12DX is a U-Type, dual tower heatsink that features advanced thermal deflection technology at a price that isn’t too steep.

To begin with, the PH-TC12DX has four 6mm heatpipes, aligned linearly and developed to have the least possible amount of thermal and air resistance. The key feature, however, is Phanteks’ patented PATS and CPSC technology it has incorporated into the cooler.The heatsink itself is 126 X 157 X 160mm without fans, and 126 x 107 x 169mm with dual fans. It has a copper composition on the base, nickel-plated aluminum fins, and allows a maximum airflow of 23-68.5 CFM to keep your core as cool as possible.

Read more here: Phanteks Launches PH-TC12DX CPU Cooler Series | Hardware Canucks

Soultribunal December 20, 2012 11:17 AM

NCIX has a lot of these already. I espically like the Downdraft coolers, and the colours they come in. A bit overpriced, but they are meant to fit a niche, and I think they fit it well.


Shadowmeph December 20, 2012 11:24 AM

that almost looks like a cooler master 212 with out the ends of the pipe sticking out of the top but I really do like the different colors

bojangles April 2, 2013 06:08 AM

I have the downdraft version and love it. I had to move my RAM over one slow though...

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