Nexus LOW-7000 R2 Universal Ultra Low Profile Quiet CPU Cooler
Nexus LOW-7000 R2 Universal CPU Cooler for Socket LGA1366/1156/775 and AMD AM3/2 Ultra Low Profile CPU Cooler
Introducing the very first intel socket LGA 1366 compatible CPU Heatsink!
The Nexus LOW-7000 cooler combines some of the most advanced technologies in the market used for CPU coolers. Heat pipes, HOC- Technology, SkiveTek
and ultra-thin fins combined with a real silent 12cm PWM controlled fan delivers ultimate performance which has never been this quiet before.
LOW coolers are crafted out of the purest aluminum and copper materials. The heat sink covering the heat pipes and the copper base is made using SkiveTek
technology. We have managed to apply the best technologies at the best position on the cooler. And the result is astonishing...
The 120mm fan is PWM controlled and the speed can vary between 500 and 2000 RPM creating a noise-output of an inaudible 15 dB(A) up till a still truly quiet 24
The LOW-7000 is an ideal cooler for your HTPC the ultra low, only 7cm high, cpu cooler with a silent 120mm fan.
Now also compatible with AMD AM3/2 and Intel Core i5!
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4 x 6mm copper heatpipes
for Socket LGA1366/1156/775 and AMD AM3/2
Push-pin mounting for Intel
PWM controlled 120mm fan with just 500-2000 RPM
Only 7cm high!
Perfect for HTPC's
LOW-7000 R2 CPU Cooler specifications
Universal application Intel LGA775/1156/1366 & AMD AM3/2
- Fan specifications Dimensions 138x123x70.3 mm
- [LxWxH] 4.84x5.43x2.77 inch
- Materials Pure copper heat pipe
- Pure aluminum heat sink
- with SkiveTek-Technology
- Pure aluminum fins
- Weight 475 gr / 16.8 oz
- Heat pipe 4 heat pipes of 6 mm / 0.236 inch
- diameter with HOC-Technology
- Fan size 120x120x20 mm / 4.72x4.72x0.79 inch
- Fan voltage 12V
- Fan function PWM Fan
- Fan speed 500 to 2000 RPM (+/- 10%)
- Fan connector 4-pin
- Bearing Type Endurance-Sleeve Bearing
- Noise level 15 ~ 24 dB(A)*
Nexus provides the exact details of our noise level test as we feel dB(A) values are difficult values to compare as there are many ways of testing and calculating. In the market there are a lot
of unrealistic dB(A) value-claims which are often calculated by means of extrapolation. This in fact does not give a realist view of the fans noise level performance. We provide the real
figures, from the actual tests. Judge for your self.