Cooler Master and CoolChip teamed up back in 2015 to produce an early prototype of a new CPU cooler that offers a much smaller form factor than standard while being quieter.

This new CPU cooler design combines a traditional heatsink and fan into a single unit, where part of the heatsink rotates and provides both direct cooling and airflow for the remainder of the unit.

CoolChip is close to releasing their first official product, which will be designed to be used on Intel LGA 1151 socket on CPUs that have a TDP of lower than 70W.

We really hope this new cooler design operates at a low enough noise that slim noiseless HTPC/Office PCs are easier to build.

 

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