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Thermalright launch the TUF Gaming Alliance Black Eagle CPU cooler

Thermalright has joined forces with the Asus TUF gaming alliance to release its new Black Eagle tower-style CPU cooler, featuring RGB lighting effects and a single fan sporting the TUF Gaming Alliance Logo.

The new Black Eagle CPU cooler from Thermalright claims to offer high thermal performance while being designed to provide maximum compatibility, stability and durability, making the TUF Gaming Alliance more powerful with a wider range of components in the series. Thermalright Black Eagle has been subjected to rigorous tests to ensure it achieves these performance goals.

Thermalright has equipped the Black Eagle with a slimline, single tower profile for maximum compatibility with a range of pc cases and to ensure memory height isn’t a problem. The cooler includes five 6mm diameter heat pipes mounted in a nickel-plated copper thermal transfer plate, with a traditional aluminium heatsink fin stack and a TDP rating of 200W.

Overall dimensions of the Thermalright Black eagle measure 120mm x 42mm x 158mm (L x W x H) and it weighs in at 470g. The front-mounted 120mm fan is equipped with a fluid dynamic bearing and yellow blades to match the traditional Asus TUF Gaming Alliance Theme. It also features PWM speed control with a range of 600-1500 RPM that produces between 19-23 dBA noise level.

Adding a little style to a somewhat understated design, the Thermalright Black Eagle CPU cooler has a top cover featuring the Thermalright logo that is illuminated with RGB lighting. Lighting can be connected directly to RGB equipped motherboards via a standard 3-pin 5V header allowing synchronisation of lighting colours and patterns with other components in the system. Platform compatibility, price and availability are still to be confirmed.

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KitGuru says: An interesting new air cooler from Thermalright that could potentially offer some excellent cooling results. A 200W TDP rating from a compact design sounds quite impressive. What do you guys think of the new TUF Black Eagle from Thermalright?

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