we will be taking a look at 3Dcool.comís Ultra Thin Exhauster
Hard Drive Cooler. This cooler is Ultra Thin, just like its
name suggests. I was really surprised at how thin this cooler
really was. It is less than (11mm to be exact)12mm thin at its
thickest point. That is what I would call thin. If nothing else
3Dcool.com has at least given this cooler an appropriate name.
There is another thing they have done to make this cooler fit
its name. They made it so thin, it fits in a 3.25 inch bay.
That is what I call revolutionary. At least in the Hard Drive
Cooler area. This is the only cooler that I have reviewed that
doesnít require you to use a 5.25 inch bay. This is definitely
a benefit if you are crammed for space in your computer or donít
have a spare 5.25 bay. If that is the case with you, then this
is your hard drive cooler. You will have to read on to find
out how well it cools, but this is really your only option.
I have not seen any other coolers that only take up a 3.25 inch
bay, besides this one.
I ripped em right off 3Dcool.comís web page. What was I supposed
to do? I didnít think youíd want ingredients for Pepperoni Pizza.
You probably donít need them anyway. Well here are the ever
exciting specs, that speak for themselves.
Slim Ultra Thin Design
20CFM of Air Flow (Cubic Feet per minute)
60mm, 3200RPM fan with super tilted blades
Extend your hard drive life and reliability
No Mounting Kits required!
Fits in a 3.5" bay -- No need to waste a 5.25" bay
Exhausts the air from the motor of the hard drive out the back
Wide Angled fins for maximum air flow
Dual Y Adapter for maximum power expansion
Lifetime Warranty-(for your computerís life, not yours, no matter
how connected they are)