The Dark Rock Pro 3 boasts wave-contoured aluminum fins to minimize turbulence and improve convective cooling, as well as seven 6 mm heat pipes and a base plate with an extra aluminum heat sink. Be Quiet says that combined with the Silent Wings PWM fans in 120 and 135 mm flavors, the Dark Rock Pro 3 boasts a cooling capacity of 250 watts TDP with maximum noise levels of 26.1 decibels.
The Dark Rock 3 now also packs the same wave-contoured edges on its fins along with six 6 mm heat pipes and a Silent Wings PWM fan for dissipation up to 190 watts with maximum noise levels of 21.1 decibels.
Lastly, there's the Shadow Rock Slim, which Be Quiet is pitching as a space saver. This is a single tower cooler with six heat pipes, aluminum fins and a 135 mm Be Quiet fan. Cooling capacity is 160 watts and max noise is 23.7 decibels.
Pricing for these three is $89 for the Dark Rock Pro 3, $69 for the Dark Rock 3, and $45.90 for the Shadow Rock Slim. Al three are available now and are compatible with current Intel and AMD sockets.