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Posted by Chris Scott Barr on Apr 25, 2012

Giant Fanless Copper CPU Cooler Keeps Your PC Silent

If you’re a PC gamer, then you probably know just about every part sitting inside your computer. Heck, depending on your case and where it’s sitting, you might even be able to see most of them from where you’re sitting. However, you don’t want to be able to identify your parts by sound, unless it’s the absence thereof.

Generally to achieve a virtually silent machine, you need a liquid cooling solution. That’s not always the case though. This new CPU heatsink from NOFAN is made from solid copper, and has a series of fins arranged in a large circle. This series of fins is enough to cool any desktop processor up to 100W TDP. And in case you can’t tell from the picture, the heatsink is huge, measuring 180mm wide and 148mm tall.

This cooler by itself probably won’t be enough to give you a completely fanless solution. You’re still going to want something to keep fresh air coming through the case. Also, your graphics card will no doubt still have a fan to keep it cool. Still, this CR-95C is both attractive and functional. All I want to know is how much it’s going to cost me.

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