Sharkoon CPU-Cooler with Golf Ball Fan

"Sharkoon introduces a new CPU-Cooler for AMD (939) and Intel (775) systems."

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Article <script type="text/javascript" src=""></script> Posted 27/09/07
Author: PV5150
Source: Sharkoon

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Sharkoon CPU-Cooler with Golf Ball Fan

Sharkoon introduces a new CPU-Cooler for AMD (939) and Intel (775) systems. The Sharkoon Silent Eagle CPU Cooler consists of a heatpipe cooling design with a preinstalled Sharkoon Silent Eagle 2000 Fan. The highly awarded Silent Eagle Fan distinguishes itself through the unique, golf ball design of its fan blades. Many small, round dimples on the fan blades reduce wind turbulence and displace high volumes of air with a minimal amount of noise. The heatsink is mounted vertically on the motherboard and three, u-shaped copper heatpipes direct the CPU's heat away from the socket and into the aluminium fins. The heatpipes are mounted through the aluminium base and have direct contact with the CPU. The fan is connected with vibration-free rubber bolts and mounted directly in front of the aluminium fins to provide an optimal air stream across the motherboard.

The Silent Eagle Fan is controlled by the motherboard through pulse width modulation (PWM), has speeds ranging from 900 to 2000 rotations per minute, sound levels from 16.4 to 25.2 dB (A) and an airflow volume from 20.91 to 64.29 m3/h. For quiet operation the fan comes with a frameless design. In order to reduce air resistance, Sharkoon designed the Silent Eagle Fan's plastic frame as a small round bezel with included cable management. The dimensions of the cooler with the installed fan are 77 x 130 x 100 mm. Included in the packaging are mounting pins and a backplate for Intel systems, a retaining clip for AMD systems, a wrench and heat paste. Instructions are available to download at

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