The 120mm fan is PWM controlled and the speed varies between an utterly low 500 and 1600 RPM . Further more the fan is fitted with for blue LED's.
The 5 heat pipes (one of 8mm and four of 6mm diameter) are fitted using the Heat pipe-On-Core technology to guarantee the fasted heat dissipation possible.
- Heat pipe-On-Core Technology
- 1x 8mm & 4x 6mm copper nickel plated heat pipes
- SkiveTek Technology
- for Socket LGA1366/1156/775 and AMD AM3/2
- Push-pin mounting for Intel
- PWM controlled 120mm fan with just 500 to 1600 RPM and blue LED's
- from < 15 dB(A)
- Fins just 0.3mm thick
- 635 gram
- Product features
Five heat pipe design
The Nexus VCT-9000 is equipped with five heat pipes. The centre heat pipe which is directly on the middle of the CPU is 8mm in diameter and provides cooling for the heart of the CPU. On either side of the 8mm heat pipe there are two 6mm heat pipes.
The base element is fitted with an efficient SkiveTek heat sink made from practically pure aluminium. With SkiveTek technology we create a heat sink with a base plate and fins constructed out of a single piece of aluminium. This is done by cutting the material in thin layers and bending the fins in place. No bonding, welding or soldering is involved ; the joint between fin and base is continuous aluminium
The 12cm silent PWM fan on the VCT-9000 is positioned on the cooler under a smooth angle. This means the air blows onto the heat sink fins and SkiveTek base at an angle. Nexus claims that this gives great cooling performance, better than vertical positioned fans with horizontal positioned fins. Yet the angle is smooth enough not to cause obstruction.