ASUS Releases Triton 77 Cooler

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ASUS Releases Triton 77 Cooler
 
ASUS has announced the release of their new Triton 77 CPU heatsink.  The Triton 77 sports a rather seldom-seen up-way airflow configuration, high-density fins, 5 copper heatpipes, and dynamic PWM fan speed control to deliver efficient heat dissipation capabilities, dropping temperatures by up to 15ËšC with operation noise as low as 18 dBA.

The Triton 77 also has a strong aspect of versatility, with room for 80 or 90mm fans, as well as an optional second fan.  Utilizing a push-pin or clip installation mechanism, installation is a breeze.  The Triton 77 supports all current modern CPU/motherboard platforms.
 
Model NameTriton 77
CPU SupportIntel® Core™2 Extreme (Conroe)
Intel® Core™2 Quad
Intel® Core™2 Duo/ Pentium® Dual-core
Intel® Pentium® 4 HT/Celeron® D CPU
AMD Athlon™ 64 X2 (AM2/939) / FX (939)
AMD Athlon™ 64/ Sempron™
Clip TypeIntel Push pin + AMD Clip
Net Weight (g)505g
CoolerDimension (mm)
90 x 78 x 125
Material
Cu. Base + Al. Fins + 5 Heat Pipes
FanDimension (mm)
92 x 92 x 25
Bearing Type
Vapo
Speed
2,300 rpm ± 10% with PWM Control



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06-11-2007, 15:33:17

Mandible
I am making a note here. No UK sale sites seem to have a comprehensive modding section...

You, are one of the best modding sites, next to KustomPCs. You have a wide range of products such as acyrlic panels and mesh, and a good selection of lighting products and fan grilles. (though a few more chrome designs for all the fan sizes wouldn't go amiss, especially the biohazard symbol >:)

However, you have a limited range of thumbscrews, especially LED screws, which i think most of us love, and more importantly, you have no window kits, and no rubber mouldings with locking strips or adhesive application, which are so vital in installing windows.

If i saw a few more grilles, and appliques/decals and some window kits and mouldings, as well as perhaps some snazzier screws, i would be all over specialtech, and i will be as it is, but please, do consider stocking such items

Thanks!

06-11-2007, 16:52:53

AydST
there are more modding products coming very soon, some you've mentioned, just keep an eye on the site
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