In line with a report from IT Dwelling, cooler producer Ninesharks has developed a really distinctive CPU cooler, referred to as the JF13K Diamond that has the looks of a low-profile CPU cooler however claims as a lot cooling energy as a 240mm AIO liquid cooler.
The cooler encompasses a distinctive form, with the shape issue of two low-profile CPU coolers, joined collectively. This can be a radical change from the twin fan tower-style coolers we’re accustomed to seeing. However, the low profile type issue offers the cooler extra floor space which might enhance its cooling efficiency. An added bonus is that for the reason that followers are firing downward straight onto the motherboard, surrounding motherboard elements will get further oblique cooling as properly.
The radiator itself has 7 warmth pipes and is supplied with two extra-thin 15mm followers, with a measurement of 241 x 121 x 92mm – which equates to a barely skinnier 240mm radiator from an AIO. The CPU mounting mechanism sits straight in the course of the radiator, with the 2 followers flanking both sides of the motherboard.
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The peak compatibility is considerably restricted with a most top of 59mm supported on the reminiscence aspect of the motherboard, and 50mm on the opposite aspect – the place the rear I/O sits. In a worst-case state of affairs, each the DRAM and rear I/O cowl could be too excessive to suit the JK13K’s prolonged radiator.
In line with IT Dwelling, the JF13K Diamond was examined cooling a Core i9-11900K at 85 levels Celsius, with the chip operating at 217W of energy consumption. We do not know what CPU benchmark was operating, however the cooling outcomes are similar to the y-cruncher outcomes present in our 11900K evaluate, the place the chip was operating round 75-85°C on a 280mm Corsair H115i liquid cooler.
At the moment, the JF13K Diamond is priced at 269 yuan within the Asia market, roughly $39, however it’s not obtainable in the US at the moment. Hopefully, the JK13K’s distinctive cooling traits will garner sufficient reputation to warrant a US launch someday sooner or later.