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Wednesday, 12 March 2008 11:48

OCZ announces new Vendetta

Written by Slobodan Simic

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Now with 120mm fan


OCZ has announced the successor to its famous Vendetta cooler. Unlike the previous one, the new CPU cooler branded Vendetta 2 will feature a larger 120mm fan, which should provide more airflow at much lower noise levels.

The new cooler will have the same V-shaped heatsink paired up with three heatpipes which are in direct contact with the CPU. The new Vendetta can be mounted on AMD's 754, 775, 939 and AM2 sockets and Intel's LGA775 socket. The 120mm fan mounted on the heatsink spins at speeds ranging from 800 to 1500RPM, producing from 65 to 81 CFM of airflow while generating 20 to 32dBA of noise.

This cooler comes with a 24-month warranty, and it is bundled with a thermal compound. We tested the previous one which has a great price and has a great performance/price ratio. We just hope that the new Vendetta will not be much more expensive than the previous one.

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