"CPU 370 CPU Waterblock"Koolance has now introduced their updated CPU water block!
More time in the water block means more heat can be absorbed. The cooling performance was optimized for the multi-core CPUs on the market. Made from copper and nickel-plated this waterblock features timeless and elegant looks. For the best possible contact the surface and cooling plate are polished to a mirror finish and the Koolance logo is laser-engraved into the top. Thanks to its universal mounts the water block can be used on many common CPU sockets. An additional back plate is included to reduce strain on the Mainboard and to allow greater contact pressures. A rubber sheet is inserted between Mainboard and Backplate to prevent possible shorts. G1/4" threads ensure maximum compatibility.
Update from the CPU-360 to the CPU-370:
The popular optical design was maintained, but the insides were redone! A finer fin structure and channel design in combination with a redesigned middle plate promise even better cooling performance than before, catapulting this water block even higher in the performance charts!
Compatible with the following sockets:
Intel LGA 775
Intel LGA-1155 / 1156 / 1150
Intel LGA 2011
Intel LGA 1366
Material: Nickel plated copper
Thread size: 1/4"
Dimensions (LxWxH): 12.5cm x 12.5cm x 1.6cm
Extent of delivery:
Koolance CPU-370 (CPU)
Illustrated English manual
Please note: The water bock is shipped without fittings. Please order fittings separately if needed.
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Koolance is one of the most famous manufacturers of water cooling products for computer hardware and electronics and has been since 2000. Founded in 1995, Koolance was one of the first brands to march in to the water cooling industry. Koolance pioneered the Quick-Disconnect technology, allowing users to safely change or remove components from the water cooling loop without spilling any fluid. Among Koolance's range of products are the QD (Quick-Disconnect) fittings, single, dual, and triple radiators, CPU waterblocks, and GPU waterblocks.