Small and quiet but still powerful, the Thermolab Trinity heatsink

Subject: Cases and Cooling | April 27, 2011 - 12:51 PM |
Tagged: thermolab, heatsink

Usually when you are picking a heatsink you can only choose two of the three main attributes of cooling ability, noise produced and reasonably small size.  The Thermolab Trinity has found a way for you to avoid having to make that choice.  At 735g and 150mm x 136mm x 85mm it is certainly smaller than a lot of coolers, it's 130mm fan is reasonably quiet and the cooling ability that Legit Reviews saw in their tests is impressive.  Even better at a MRSP of $55 it is worth taking a look at.

 

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"Overall, I am happy with the Thermolab Trinity CPU HSF. The cooler is a solid performer, easy to install, and coming in at the $55 mark, it is easy on the wallet. Thermolab is still new to some enthusiasts; Trinity is their 7th cooler for the enthusiast market, but they are doing well. The Trinity was within 4 degrees of the top coolers throughout most of the testing. Looking at just the air coolers at 4GHz, the Trinity comes in 3rd place, but is less expensive than the two coolers that beat it: the Zalman CNPS9900 Max and the Prolimatech Super Mega..."

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