Cooling solution manufacturer Coolink has announced the latest addition to their CPU cooling lineup, the Corator DS. The Corator DS utilizes a split tower design, placing the fan in between a pair of fin blocks that each have four 8mm heatpipes going through them.
A key feature of the new heatsink is the use of Coolink's exclusive Gapless Direct Touch (G.D.T) copper base. One of the main problems with the now popular Heatpipe Direct Touch (H.D.T) technology is that it has gaps between the heatpipes. With this new G.D.T design, Coolink aims to provide the Corator DS with the most optimal heat transfer capabilities.
Coolink has seen fit to pair the cooler with their SWiF2-120P fan. Equipped with a PWM line, the fan can have its speed controlled by the motherboard to only go full speed when necessary, providing a nice balance between noise and performance. Also included are a tube of Chillaramic thermal paste and the latest SecuFirm 2 mounting system for all current platforms.
The Corator DS is available now for the price of €49.90/$59.90.
For more info, check out the product page here.