Cooler Master Introduces a Mainstream Cooler - Hyper TX3

"With Intel's mainstream Lynnfield CPUs (Core i5) expected to arrive in the coming months, Coolermaster has added a new product to their Hyper TX series of CPU Coolers."

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With Intel's mainstream Lynnfield CPUs (Core i5) expected to arrive in the coming months, Cooler Master has added a new product to their Hyper TX series of CPU Coolers. The Hyper TX3 is fully compatible with Intel LGA 1156 and previous socket types (Intel Sockets LGA 775 and AMD Sockets 754/939/940/AM2/AM3.)
 
Cooler Master has opted to use three Direct Contact heat-pipes in the TX3, ensuring that the best contact for heat dissipation is achieved, and using less copper allows the cost of the cooler to be reduced dramatically. Those in favour of push-pull fan configurations on tower CPU coolers will be pleased to know that the TX3 is ready for two clip-on 92mm PWM fans to deliver maximum heat transfer from the aluminium fins increasing the CPU cooling performance. The fan is rated at 17db (at lowest speed) and delivers 15.7 - 54.8 CFM depending on the rotational speed which ranges from 800-2800rpm.
 
Mounting the TX3 is an easy process done by attaching the mounting bracket for your socket type and installing the cooler with the push pin system. Love it or hate it, the push pin mounting system works well and allows the cooler to be removed/installed without the need to remove the motherboard from the chassis.
 
Best of all, the Hyper TX3 is set to retail for $19.99 making it one of the most affordable mainstream CPU coolers on the market. Discuss in our Forums.
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13-05-2009, 06:35:10

AntiHeroUK
Earlier in the week we told you how Intel were on the verge of receiving a huge fine from the European commision.

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13-05-2009, 09:51:28

ToeJam
get raped intel

13-05-2009, 10:19:51

Jim
Ouch thats gotta sting a bit :p

13-05-2009, 10:21:29

AntiHeroUK
They can afford it this time around, but I reckon they will be a little more careful in future. Obviously Intel are appealing against the ruling, but I don't think they have much ground to stand on..

13-05-2009, 12:15:53

nathan

They can afford it this time around, but I reckon they will be a little more careful in future. Obviously Intel are appealing against the ruling, but I don't think they have much ground to stand on..



it will certainly open the floodgates for companies claiming damagies!

13-05-2009, 13:04:53

llwyd
Oooph thats a pretty epic fine. Most of that should really go in damages to AMD though....

13-05-2009, 13:13:21

Jim

Oooph thats a pretty epic fine. Most of that should really go in damages to AMD though....



With that amount of dollar in their bank account I bet AMD could turn out something to flatten the i7 almost overnight.

13-05-2009, 13:35:39

zak4994

With that amount of dollar in their bank account I bet AMD could turn out something to flatten the i7 almost overnight.



What he said.
Shame that AMD isn't getting any.

13-05-2009, 15:02:42

nathan

Oooph thats a pretty epic fine. Most of that should really go in damages to AMD though....



AMD arnt the only other chip maker though.

I've always thought... "Bigger they are, the more corrupt they are"

13-05-2009, 16:18:21

lasher
Quote from Intel today


EC Ruling: Statement by Intel President and CEO Paul Otellini


SANTA CLARA, Calif., May 13, 2009 – Paul Otellini, Intel Corporation president and CEO today issued the following statement regarding the European Commission decision on Intel's business practices:

"Intel takes strong exception to this decision. We believe the decision is wrong and ignores the reality of a highly competitive microprocessor marketplace – characterized by constant innovation, improved product performance and lower prices. There has been absolutely zero harm to consumers. Intel will appeal."

"We do not believe our practices violated European law. The natural result of a competitive market with only two major suppliers is that when one company wins sales, the other does not. The Directorate General for Competition of the Commission ignored or refused to obtain significant evidence that contradicts the assertions in this decision. We believe this evidence shows that when companies perform well the market rewards them, when they don't perform the market acts accordingly."

"Intel never sells products below cost. We have however, consistently invested in innovation, in manufacturing and in developing leadership technology. The result is that we can discount our products to compete in a highly competitive marketplace, passing along to consumers everywhere the efficiencies of being the world's leading volume manufacturer of microprocessors."

"Despite our strongly held views, as we go through the appeals process we plan to work with the Commission to ensure we're in compliance with their decision. Finally, there should be no doubt whatsoever that Intel will continue to invest in the products and technologies that provide Europe and the rest of the world the industry's best performing processors at lower prices."

Take from that what you will.

Heres Intels 1st quarter break down .. if you have time read it.
Oh and by the way those small figures are in Millions btw!



[url]http://www.intc.com/common/download/download.cfm?companyid=INTC&fileid=287036&filekey=f3e64b03-c824-48b6-a9b2-c26035eef490&filename=Earnings%20Release%20Q1%202009%20Final.pdf[/url]
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