Inspan Infotech , one of the leading IT distribution companies for motherboards and hardware components, has reportedly announced the release of Corsair A50 and A70 CPU Coolers. These are said to be the high end CPU coolers from Corsair that are used in Power PCs with specialized applications.
Inspan has purportedly introduced these coolers for the first time, with the intention of capturing the feature savvy customer segment in the Indian market.
Corsair Cooling Air Series A70 is said to be a high-performance dual-fan CPU cooler that is not only expected to work quietly, but also outperform the CPU’s stock heat sink. The Corsair Cooling A70 CPU Cooler reportedly uses true thermal engineering technology to deliver top notch air cooling performance. Equipped with four 8mm copper heat pipes directly in contact with the CPU, the contact surface is apparently polished to increase heat transfer efficiency. It is said to incorporate two 120mm fans with speed control, mounted on rubberized rivet and designed to spin quietly in a push-pull configuration for optimum airflow.
The A70 is purportedly compatible with all present CPU socket architectures, including Intel LGA775, LGA1156 and LGA1366, plus AMD Socket AM2 and Socket AM3.
It is shipped with four 8mm direct-contact copper heat pipes, for efficiently drawing heat conduction away from the CPU and the two dual-speed 120mm fans are purportedly configured with a push-pull mechanism, with multiple speed options meant to optimize the maximum cooling effect with minimum noise. Rubber mounts are apparently used to reduce noise and vibration.
Corsair A50 CPU cooler
Air Series A50 CPU cooler is rated to extend the CPU’s lifetime by efficiently drawing heat away from it and performance is expected to be optimized. Both Intel Core™ i5 and Core™ i7 processors are configured to automatically over clock when conditions are ideal and if added, A50 and the CPU are capable of detecting that it’s running cooler, and instantly rev-up its speed when required by the user. Also, it is deemed that the architecture of A50 permits the use of manual overclocking, by keeping the CPU temperature under check.
The A50 is said to be compatible with all present CPU socket architectures, including Intel LGA775, LGA1156 and LGA1366, plus AMD Socket AM2 and Socket AM3. Three 8mm copper direct-contact heat pipes are configured to provide efficient heat conduction away from the CPU. Aluminum fins built into the unit apparently make the unit compact and lightweight, for easy installation and maximum airflow.
Sudhir S, Managing Director of Inspan Infotech has reportedly said, “These two products are aimed at customer segment that would care for the enhanced performance from their PCs and demand these kind of add on products for specialized experience. Product performance and increased life is the key for them. Corsair has been addressing this segment constantly with precise products to for the customer aspirations” Further adding that, “Partners would benefit by way of creating value customers who would generally be loyal if found value and we are sure about these products.”
Price, Warranty and Availability
Corsair A50 is priced at Rs. 3,500 and available ex-stock Corsair A70 is priced at Rs. 4,000 and available ex-stock
Both Corsair A50 and Corsair A70 carry two year warranty