SPRING SPCT381 BAF-1B: Black And Quiet
The Spring cooler stands out with a very low weight of 168 grams and a black aluminum heat sink. The CPU clamps have been designed admirably, incorporating three gaps on both sides. This allows for a corner to break off on the CPU Socket without wrecking the motherboard or making it necessary to do some dangerous drilling. The Spring's cooling performance doesn't exactly shine with an attained temperature of 44 degrees. Be that as it may, an operating noise level of 43 dB(A) is a positive feature. In summary, we can say that this cooler isn't a bad pick for OEM manufacturers who are not necessarily interested in peak cooling performance. Your local industrial health and safety representative would also be quite pleased with this cooler, which can be installed in office PCs without worries.
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