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Dynatron R17 Workstation Heatsink - FrostyTech.com Dynatron R17 Workstation Heatsink
Wed Aug 07, 2013 | 12:56P | PermaLink BY: Max Page
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Dynatron's R17 workstation CPU Cooler dissipates up to 160 watts TDP. With a minimalist footprint to provide compatibility with the majority of high profile RAM options, the Dynatron R17 features four heat pipes in a form factor that measures 91 x 91 x 110mm.

The R17's four-heat pipe design eliminates thermal resistance by instantly pulling heat up the all aluminum cooling fins for fast and effective dissipation. Powered by Dynatron's newest 92 mm long lasting double ball bearing fan, with built in PWM functionality; the R17 proves silence is still golden by quietly providing a maximum airflow of 43.36 CFM at only 31.92 decibels. The Dynatron R17 offers easy cooler installation with captive mounting screws, enthusiast grade pre-printed Shin-Etsu G751 thermal compound, and built in rubber grommets for tool-less fan assembly.

Specifications:
• CPU Socket LGA2011 (Square Type, 80 x 80mm mounting pitch)
• Supports Intel® Sandy Bridge Romley-EP/EX Processors up to TDP 160 Watts overclocking
• Dimensions: 91.0 x 91.0 x 110.0 mm
• Weight: 530 grams
• Aluminum fins with four heat pipes with H.C.C. Technology
• Fan dimensions: 92 x 25 mm diameter
• Fan speeds at duty cycle; 20%: 1000 RPM, 50%: 1800 RPM, 100%: 2500 RPM
• Airflow at duty cycle; 20%: 17.34 CFM, 50%: 31.21 CFM, 100%: 43.36 CFM
• Noise level at duty cycle; 20%: 17.0 dBA, 50%: 24.78 dBA, 100%: 31.92 dBA
• Air pressure at duty cycle; 20%: 0.48 mm-H20, 50% 1.55 mm-H20, 100%: 3.0 mm-H20
• Lead wire pin out; Pin1- (-), Pin2- (+), Pin3- (Techometer/Signal Output), Pin4- (PWM)

FULL STORY @ DYNATRON-CORP
(http://www.dynatron-corp.com/en/product_detail.aspx?id=239)

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