Phanteks Shows Slim Coolers At Computex 2014

Responding to the shrinking space between the components of some recent motherboards, Phanteks' newly-designed PH-TC14S uses two slim radiators to provide fit CPU cooling behind DIMM slots. A fan can be placed between those radiators for uncompromised CPU cooling.

Next to it in the photo above, the PH-TC14LS offers similar space savings to owners of low-profile chassis. Booth coolers feature anodized-aluminum fins on nickel-plated copper heat sinks and bases, and both use the firm's two-layer bracket set.

Also on display, several new fan models are said to offer similar airflow compared to previous models, at reduced noise. Seven re-contoured blades replace the firm's previous nine. All parts are slated for August distribution.

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Thomas Soderstrom
Thomas Soderstrom is a Senior Staff Editor at Tom's Hardware US. He tests and reviews cases, cooling, memory and motherboards.
  • outlw6669
    The low profile cooler could be a great option for compact HTPC systems.
    Looking forward to reviews!
  • JackNaylorPE
    Improved fans ..... wow.... they current fans blow (pun intended) everything else outta the water on noise / performance ratio. Now if we could only start buying case accessories like SSD Mounts, Fan PCBs, etc. I'll stop nagging them.