OCZ Tempest CPU Cooler

Specifications

Specifications

The following information has been taken directly from OCZ's Website:

"Designed and built to address the demanding cooling requirements of gamers and enthusiasts, the OCZ Tempest is the pinnacle of air and heat pipe cooling technology. The Tempest features four copper heat pipes that rapidly transfer heat away from your CPU up into the dense fin array where the heat is quickly and effectively dissipated. The Tempest's superior heatsink layout allows for a compact footprint while still delivering maximum cooling efficiency and can be used with the vast majority of motherboards and cases.

Gamers will appreciate the Tempest's quiet operation and unrelenting cooling during even the most intense gaming. The Tempest also gives enthusiasts the unprecedented freedom to customize their cooler by providing two sets of mounting holes to accommodate a wide range of replacement fans. Additionally, the fan mounting hardware ensures different fans can be easily swapped in and out without having to remove the installed Tempest heatsink.

The Tempest is quick and easy to install and includes mounting sets for AMD 939/940/AM2 sockets and Intel 775/478 sockets.

Dominate performance-robbing heat, improve system stability and performance—chill out with the OCZ Tempest. "


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• For Sockets AMD 939/940/AM2, Intel 775/478
• Pure Copper base plate (Titanium coated) and 4 heat pipes for superior heat dissipation
• Pure Aluminum fins for ultimate durability
• Weight (w/out fan) 580g

Includes
• 92mm Fan Mounting
• Hardware for all above CPUs
• Thermal Compound

Fan Specs
• Low-Noise 2500RPM +/-10%
• 44.0 CFM
• 2-Ball Bearing
• 3 pin connector
• Blue LEDs

• Dimensions: (L)95.25 x (W)87.62 x (H)51.24mm

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Most Recent Comments

30-09-2006, 10:11:09

JN
"OCZ have always been known for their high performance memory and PSU's, but have recently be trying their hand in the cooling market. We take a look at their latest invention..the Tempest."

Linky

30-09-2006, 10:18:54

FragTek
Sweet arse heatsink, I like the performance/size ratio. Great review as well Jim, quality as usual.
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