Tuniq Tower Extreme 120 looks as good as it should cool
The iconic Tuniq Tower 120 was one of the best performing air coolers of its generation. However recently Heat pipe Direct Touch or HDT coolers along with newer coolers such as the Prolimatech Megahalems and Cooler Master V8 have left it trailing.
Tuniq have rectified this with their new Tuniq Tower 120 which has been sighted around the net. The flame shape stays but the cooler has been upgraded to a 5 heat pipe HDT layout, which should equal great performance. The cooler looks fantastic as I'm sure you will agree and looks to offer performance for those who take a keen interest in their system's aesthetics.
Tower 120 Extreme measures 131×112.31×150.7mm, weighs 775g (excluding fan), and features five U-shaped heat pipes. The included 120mm MFDB (Magnetic Fluid Dynamic Bearing) fan delivers airflow of 90.65CFM and operates at 1000-2000RPM, with a sound output of 16-20+/-10%dBA. The unique wave-like fins can increase the air-contact area for outstanding thermal performance. Bundled with high-quality TX-3 thermal compound, Tuniq Tower 120 Extreme supports LGA1366/775 and AM2/AM3 processors.
5 HDT heat pipes and an attractive appearance, will this cooler rock the boat or be just another pretty face?