Cryorig M9i CPU Cooler for Intel Sockets 990.- Stock Status: In stock Key Specifications CPU air cooler92mm fan124.6mm high26.4 dBa noise level SKU:#027859 Product No.:CR-M9I Short link:http://i.nvade.it/7fl See specifications from the manufacturer Description Specifications Small, Light, Affordable The Tiny Enthusiast Grade CRYORIG Tower Cooler Increased Air Exhaust Speed Higher Cooling Efficiency The CRYORIG M9i features CRYORIG proprietary Jet Fin Acceleration System™. By creating a structure of alternated fin stacks, the M9i/M9a has a wider air intake area and higher fin density air exhaust area to squeeze out air, heated air exits the system faster. True Copper Base Plate Increased Cooling Efficiency CRYORIG’s M9i/M9a while being an entry level product, comes with a True Copper Base Plate. Copper base plates can effectively spread heat to all heatpipes and allows for increased heat contact area. In comparison on a heatsink without a True Copper Base Plate, the heat source from the CPU die will not efficiently reach the outer heatpipes and the aluminum material holding heatpipes also provide lackluster contact and heat conduction with the heatpipes. Together with the highly heat conductive C1100 Pure Copper, further increasing heat conduction efficiency of the whole cooler. CRYORIG’s Smallest Tower to Date Minimal Height, Maximum Performance With a total height of 124.6mm, the CRYORIG M9i is the smallest CRYORIG Tower cooler. Featuring the same materials and cooling technology found on all CRYORIG tower coolers, there are no compromises or downgrades to quality and performance. It’s the perfect entry product to PC Building, Enthusiast Grade Cooling, and Overclocking. Zero Interference, Any RAM, Any Height Focusing on providing the widest range of compatibility, the M9i/M9a’s small size moves the heatsink away from the RAM and inside the *CPU Keep Out Zone, offering optimal compatibility for RAM with tall heat spreaders. *The CPU Keep Out Zone is a design guideline set by both Intel and AMD. It is set around the CPU, and dictates no components over a certain height can be placed there.