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Arctic launches latest Carbon Neutral cooler

Without doubt, one of the biggest problem areas for the environment is the professional segment of the market. It’s a huge consumer of all things elec-tricky. While a regular user might accept a small issue with a system – and wait patiently while repairs etc are effected by the store that supplied – mission critical installations have never heard of patience. KitGuru considers a new release from Arctic that aims to keep the polar caps covered in snow and ice.

It’s not often a cooler will come with a 6 year warranty, but the Arctic Alpine 20 PLUS CO has exactly that – and it’s being offered through a variety of resellers like eBuyer and Amazon at just over £10.

So what’s the deal?

Well the Alpine 20 PLUS CO is a low profile CPU cooler with specially selected Japanese bearings – designed specifically for the 24×7 processing environment found in modern server and workstation environments, the 92mm PMW fan supplied will provide a significant improvement over stock LGA-2011 coolers – according to Arctic marketing guru Brice Vandervoorde.

For speed and ease of fitting, the cooler comes pre-coated with multi-award winning Arctic MX-4 thermal compound.

Arctic is doing its bit to try and improve cooling, noise and power consumption for servers and workstations
Arctic is doing its bit to try and improve cooling, noise and power consumption for servers and workstations

According to Arctic, it is also quieter than Intel’s stock cooler – but we’re not sure how much of a benefit that will be in most situations.

If you need to run a server or workstation hard, and feel that Intel’s stock cooler isn’t up to par, then Brice suggests that you take a look at the Arctic Alpine 20 PLUS CO.

KitGuru says: Even if it’s just a few degrees, keeping your critical systems cooler and/or using less mains juice, has to be a good thing, right?

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