Dynatron (via Hermitage Akihabara ) has cooked up a new CPU air cooler for AMD’s core-heavy EPYC and Ryzen Threadripper processors, and it spins at up to 11,000 RPM under full power. It’s debatable whether the A38 is good-looking, but the fact of the matter is that it’s an industrial-grade cooling solution that will get the job done. The A38’s dimensions are 119 x 79 x 65 mm, so it has the ideal size to be deployed in a 2U server environment. The CPU cooler, which weighs 450g, features a large aluminum heatsink with stacked aluminum fins and four embedded copper heat pipes. According to Dynatron, the A38 can dissipate up to 280W of heat without hiccups. It’s compatible with the SP3, TR4, and sTRX4 sockets from AMD. A 60mm cooling fan (DF126025BU – PWMH) is in charge of providing active cooling on the A38. It leverages a double-ball bearing design and feeds through a standard 4-pin fan connector. Given the size of the fan, it can get a bit loud when you push it to the edge. With the duty cycle between 0% to 20%, the fan spins around 2,300 RPM and pulls a maximum of 0.84W. At this… Read full this story
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