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Wednesday, 01 August 2007 12:27

Asus launches two new coolers

Written by test

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Multi socket coolers

 


Asus has made a lot of announcements today and along with everything else, it has launched two new CPU coolers. They go under the Triton badge and the two models are called 70 and 75.

Asus claims that they're both hassle free to install, but it seems to us like both models require a screw driver to assemble the various attachments and that's not hassle free to us.

Both of the coolers feature heatpipes, the Triton 75 has four of them and the 70 has three. The Triton 70 comes with a fan and has a more upright design, with the Triton 75 looking very similar to some Thermaltake designs we've seen.

The Triton 70 weighs 350g without the fan and the the Triton 75 comes in at a slightly heavier 395g. Both coolers should be available as of now.

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