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Dynatron K2 Low Profile Heatsink
Wed Aug 07, 2013 | 12:57P | PermaLink BY: Max Page
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With the increased popularity of small form factor and low profile PCs for HTPC and media center applications, Dynatron launched the K2 Mini-ITX CPU cooler to provide DIY builders good cooling in a small foot print. Dynatron's K2 heatsink features an all copper heat sink, support for Intel Socket LGA1155, LGA1156 and LGA1150, and an all-aluminum 75x15mm diameter PWM blower to move 11.9CFM of air at a maximum of 4000RPM for optimal, yet quiet cooling. For easy installation, the K2 comes pre-printed with TIG830SP high conductivity thermal compound to ensure proper contact with the CPU.

Specifications
• CPU Socket: 1155/1156/1150
• Supports LGA1155: Intel® Core™ i5-2000, i3-2000 Processor Series; LGA 1156: Intel® Core™ i3
  Processor I3-530, I3-540; Core™ i5 Processor I5-650, 660, 670, 680; & Core™ i7-2600S;
  Pentium® Desktop Processor G6950; Intel® Haswell LGA 1150 up to TDP73 Watts
• Mini-ITX form factor solution
• Overall dimensions: 82.6 x 81.0 x 27.8 mm
• Weight: 380 Grams
• Copper heat sink material
• Fan dimensions: 75 x 15 mm diameter
• Speed at duty cycle; 20%: 1000 RPM, 50%: 2500 RPM,100%: 4000 RPM

FULL STORY @ DYNATRON-CORP
(http://www.dynatron-corp.com/en/product_detail_1.aspx?cv=&id=227&in=0)

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