Thermolab starts thinking bigger

Subject: Cases and Cooling | March 10, 2009 - 03:25 PM |
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If you have run into Thermolab's CPU cooler before, the chances are you were setting up an HTPC or other small silent system and needed a low profile cooler that didn't make a lot of noise.  Their Baram CPU cooler is the exact opposite of those offerings, being a large multiple heatpipe based cooler that can handle 120mm fans.  You are forced to pick your own fan, like a certain other popular cooler company, the Baram does not ship with one.  Drop by Legit Reviews and see the pictures and test results to see if Thermolab has what it takes to join the big leagues.

"Thermolab was established in 2005, and started by supplying companies with thermal

solutions. While doing this they noticed there was a growing need for small PC

systems. The server market has several coolers for small systems, but Thermolab

noticed there was not much for the SFF PC market, so they developed the Silencer

Series coolers. The Silencer Series coolers are low noise, low profile, heatpipe

coolers. Now Thermolab has released their first tower cooler, the Baram. Thermolab

says on their website, “Baram has a meaning of 'airflow' in Korean, and is the product

for a cooling mania who is expecting to have a supreme cooling performance..."

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