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Thermaltake launches Cyclo module memory cooler
Press release, July 28; Eric Mah, DIGITIMES [Friday 28 July 2006]

Thermaltake recently launched its Cyclo (CL-R0023) modular memory cooler that can cool four sticks of RAM all at once.

The design of the Cyclo was inspired by a cyclist slicing through wind, stated the company. The two sets of 40mm fans increases the cooling capacity of the heatsinks without increasing the noise of the computer system, stated Thermaltake. The Cyclo can be installed on either side of the memory modules, depending on the preference of the user, noted the company, adding that the two ends of the unit are designed ergonomically so that the installation can be convenient and trouble-free.

The Cyclo will be available worldwide in mid-August with a suggested retail price of US$9, according to the company.

Cyclo specifications

Item

Detail

Compatibility

DDR, DDR2 RAM

Dimension

214(l)x47(w)x69(h)mm

Fan number

2

LED light

Blue

Rated voltage

2V

Rated current

0.25A

Power input

3W

Fan speed

4500±10% RPM

Max. air flow

9.3 CFM

Max. air pressure

1.94 mm H2O

Life time

30,000 hours

Connector

4pin male/female

Weight

58g

Source: Company, compiled by DigiTimes.com, July 2006

Thermaltake's Cyclo memory cooler

Thermaltake's Cyclo memory cooler
Photo: Company

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