Coolink Corator DS CPU Cooler sneaks into the cooling arena

by Rafael Hernandez on April 11, 2010 · 0 comments

There was a time when you could only rely on the top performance heatsink manufacturers to come up with the best performing designs, then the relatively unknown manufacturers got into the game and it’s a free for all to the top of the charts.

The Coolink Corator DS CPU Cooler sports some of the same innovative features the top-contenders do and puts up some impressive cooling numbers. TweakNews has the details:

The Corator DS is a large, heavy heatsink that introduces a new type of cooling method called GDT Technology. The way this works is, by shaping a gap in the middle by separating the fin stacks of the cooler, you allow for an all copper contact area. The dual fin stack is a nifty feature that is fine-tuned for maximum airflow efficiency while keeping things quiet by using the SWiF2-120P fan.

A nice all-around cooler but the top end allows for even more fans to be mounted which can equal better performance.

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