ARCTIC Alpine 11 GT Rev.2 – Super Silent Intel CPU cooler for Mini PCs – Up to 75 watts cooling capacity with 80 mm PWM fan

Compatibility Intel Socket:
Max. Cooling Performance:

 

1150, 1155, 1156, 775
75 Watts
Heatsink Aluminum Extrusion

 

Fan Diameter:
Fan Speed:
Noise Level:
Current / Voltage:
Power Consumption:
 
80 mm
500 – 2,000 RPM (Controlled by PWM)
0.3 Sone @ 2,000 RPM
0.16 A / +12V DC
1.56 Watts
Size & Weight Dimensions:
Net Weight:
88 (L) x 88 (W) x 67 (H) mm
370 g

Product Features

  • Ultra quiet 80mm PWM fans with low noise impeller – Max. 0.3 Sone
  • Optimised heatsink for efficient heat dissipation
  • Patented fan holder eliminates the buzzing sounds
  • Fluid dynamic bearing extends service life
  • Pre-applied high performance thermal compound MX-2; Easy installation

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2 Responses to ARCTIC Alpine 11 GT Rev.2 – Super Silent Intel CPU cooler for Mini PCs – Up to 75 watts cooling capacity with 80 mm PWM fan

  1. P. Thorne says:

    Silence at last I had a new, Asrock G31M-S Intel G31 (Socket 775) DDR2 PCI-Express, Motherboard fitted with dual core processor; the stock Intel LGA 775 cooler fitted (no speed control). It was very noisy – like having a coffee grinder under your desk!. I searched for ages for a quiet replacement at reasonable cost; after many hours looking I chose the Arctic Cooling Alpine II GT with PWM. I was not diappointed. It is cheap by most standards, minimalist in construction and has reduced CPU temperatures even…

  2. Siavash Minoukadeh says:

    Good enough For the price ( £6) , I wasn’t expecting anything amazing but this cooler pleasantly surprised me. My main reason for getting this was that many reviewers had said that the stock AMD FX cooler was loud and inefficient. I thought I would just get this to bide me over until I could afford a higher end cooler.Installation on an AM3+ socket is easy enough. Push the two plastics bracket things inward, bring the heatsink down and release. The problem is this may require some force and…

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