CoolerMaster Hyper Z600 Launch today

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CoolerMaster Hyper Z600 Launch today

Today, CoolerMaster has launched the new Hyper Z600 passive CPU cooler. The cooler is in fact completely silent as it has no fans but while keeping quiet the Hyper Z600 will still be able to cool a Quad Core CPU with a power consumption of up to 89watts. This is quite impressive as everyone with a Quad will know how much heat they can really throw out. The Z600 is not just aimed at people who want a silent operating computer - CoolerMaster have thought about both sides of the spectrum as the Z600 can take up to two 120mm fans for those of you who like to overclock.

With zero tolerance for noise, the distinctive “X” design retains rapid heat transfer and creates a lower back pressure, forcing air to pass through quickly. Optimized fin spacing along with interlaced fins presents an ingenious method to maximizing surface areas. To top things off, the mirror finished copper-base extending into the 6 heat-pipes allows the Z600 to passively cool and take on even quad-core CPUs running up to 89W

The Hyper Z600 is compatible with all existing CPU sockets.

Dimension: 127.28 x 127.28 x 160 mm
Material: Aluminum fins with copper-base
Heat Pipe Dimensions: φ6mm x 6
Weight: 1045g

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Most Recent Comments

01-05-2008, 05:33:16

"Shhhh...Be Quiet! Did you hear that? Nope. It must be the extremely silent 650w Dark Power Pro PSU."


Be Quiet! Dark Power Pro 650w Review

01-05-2008, 06:54:57

Seriously sexy PSU, i'm sure people who actually care what their PSU looks like MIGHT be able to stretch to that price... but not me :(

01-05-2008, 07:14:38

Great review.

Those people definately have some relation of sorts with Silentpower. I have a 400W psu at home with embossing in the same place, same coating with color (might be a little darker grey) and shine, and the fan-guard looks identical if not the same. Not modular tho. Maybe use the same casing manufs or something.

Seems a decent psu, for close to £100 it would have to be very solid with it`s power quality. Also u can barely hear it :p - what a bonus.

01-05-2008, 11:35:31

that does sound good (:p) for media junkies and people who want HTPC's :)

06-09-2008, 11:42:17

Thinking of buying this psu as i like the cable setup,was going to ask about 8 pin videocard cable but it has it :)

06-09-2008, 19:15:13

So we're accomplishment to jazz to appear at shipway to use the raiseable design to compound their 'Experience of Warcraft' live. We'll see guild wars gold what merciful of applications we can amount up with."

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