Gigabyte G-Power II Pro CPU Cooler

December 17, 2007 | 09:03

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One curve that makes a world of difference

The last quarter of year 2007 sees a late entry of a CPU cooler which notches up generation 2 for GIGABYTE’s G-Power series, the G-Power 2 Pro.

Cool curves
If looks can kill, then supposedly curves can cool. How? So instrumental was the curvaceous arch of the G-Power 2 Pro that it was the pivotal point of the original design concept.

Eighty-five degree angle
Derived from the actual curve are heat-dissipating angled fins with the first fin angled 85° from the last. This widens out the exit air convection path to facilitate further cooling from the likes of surrounding MOSFET components, chipsets, capacitors and even channel the resultant heated air in the direction of the rear system fan or fans. Expectations are met with the use of a pure copper-base, thickened heat piping, and even atmospheric LED fan backlighting, all of which are chromatically finished.

Ready for a sizzle
G-Power 2 Pro launches in the wake of upcoming releases of next-gen CPU’s from major processor vendors. This cooler is scheduled to hit shelves before Christmas this year.

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