Phanteks Releases Ultra Low Profile PH-TC90LS CPU Cooler

Posted September 17, 2012 by Sam Chen in News

Press Release

Phanteks introduces PH-TC90LS, a new ultra-low profile thermal radiator. With growing demands for cooling in constraint spaces, the PH-TC90LS has a slim profile and provides efficient cooling. Enthusiasts with HTPC’s or multimedia cases can achieve maximum cooling while maintaining quiet performance.

The PH-TC90LS is 27mm tall (45mm with fan) and compatible with small form factor cases with a 45mm clearance. The three 6mm Heat-Pipes are aligned to ensure optimal cooling. The three copper heat-pipes are embedded for better contact and performance. The PH-TC90LS is made to ensure it has the least amount of air and thermal resistance. To prevent mechanical conflicts with other components, the PH-TC90LS design follows Intel’s Keep-Out-Zone (95x95mm) requirements. Bundled with PH-F90 PWM Premium fans and PH-NDC thermal compound it is able to achieve massive airflow and perfect dynamic balance. The PH-F90 PWM fans with the support of the anti-acoustic and rubber bar produces low level dB (A) and eliminates vibration. PH-F90 PWM fans provide a simple solution for quiet and smart fan control by adjusting fan speed according to the CPU load.

Compatibility

PH-TC90LS is compatible with Intel Socket 2011/1155/1156

Pricing and Availability

Available at most local retailers. The recommended retail price is $29.99

Warranty

5 Year Limited Warranty

First Year Hassle Free Warranty

We stand behind the quality and craftsmanship of all our products. If Phanteks products should fail within the first year of ownership, Phanteks USA will arrange to deliver an equal or comparable replacement to your door free of charge and arrange to have your original Phanteks product returned to us. Your replacement unit will also be covered by our 5 year limited warranty. Please visit our website for further details www.phanteksusa.com.

 

For more information about the Phanteks PH-TC90LS, please check out the product page here.


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