GELID Black Edition

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About this Product


Air Flow (CFM/CMH): Slim 12 PWM: 52.4 / 89.1 max. / Silent 12 PWM: 58 / 98.6 max
Bearing: Hydro Dynamic Bearing
Cable Length (mm): 350
Current (A): Slim 12 PWM: 0.2 max. / Silent 12 PWM: 0.18 max.
DC Voltage (V): 12
Fan Dimensions (mm) Slim 12 PWM: 120(l) x 120(w) x 15.8(h) / Silent 12 PWM: 120(l) x 120(w) x 25(h)
Fan Life Time MTTF at 40C (h): 50'000
Fan Speed (+/- 10% ) (RPM): Slim 12 PWM: 750 - 1600 / Silent 12 PWM: 750 - 1500
Heat Sink Dimensions (mm): 109(l) x 126(w) x 160(h) (incl. Fans)
Noise Level (dBA): Slim 12 PWM: 25.4 max. / Silent 12 PWM: 25.5 max.
Static Pressure (mmAq): Slim 12 PWM: 1.35 / Silent 12 PWM: 1.6
Warranty (years): 5
Weight (g): 990 (Heatsink & Fans)

Official URL

http://www.gelidsolutions.com/products/index.php?lid=1&cid=8&id=86

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GELID Black Edition Reviews Rating: 87 out of 100 based on 3 ratings.

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eTeknix.com  --- Jan 22 '13
Frosty Tech 80% Aug 27 '13
Hardware.Info  --- May 07 '13
ocaholic 4/5 Jan 18 '13
PureOverclock.com 4.5/5 Mar 07 '13
techPowerUp! 9/10 Apr 17 '13
X-bit labs  --- May 28 '13
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"Awarding this product is not exactly tough. It excels in the market it has been deployed in, which is the dual tower dual fan air heatsink market. It offers excellent performance, excellent..."

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Frosty Tech on

"Ultimately, Gelid have manufactured a good twin tower cooler that competes well against similarly sized thermal solutions. Where sub-161mm tall heatsinks producing less than 50.3dBA noise are..."

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Hardware.Info on

"The Gelid Black Edition is an excellent tower CPU cooler with a quality design and finish. Even a slightly overclocked Socket 2011 processor is kept below 50 degrees. But the Black Edition isn't..."

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"If you're looking for a well performing CPU cooler, which is reasonably sized and leaves space for every single oversized memory module available out there, then the The Black Edition from Gelid..."

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PureOverclock.com on

"The Gelid Black Edition was the best performing cooler we've tested under stock clocks and the quietest as well. If you're looking for a quiet performer that's smaller and less expensive than the..."

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