One of the issues with high powered processors in desktop gaming and multimedia systems is keeping the processor cool. Sure you can use liquid cooling if you have the funds and the skills to install a system, but if you have to opt for coolers with fans, the side effect of these larger fan based cooling rigs is the noise they produce when under strain.
Now NOFAN thinks they have the solution in the form of a new fanless CPU cooler they have created to help keep your processor cool without any additional noise. The new NOFAN CR-95C uses no liquid or fans to keep your CPU cool, and relies just on the conductive properties of its design and the copper used in its construction.
NOFAN explains that the NOFAN CR-95C “is rated to cool CPUs of up to 100W TDP without the need for a fan. Judging from all the Intel and AMD leaks, that level efficiency ought to have you covered regardless of whether you opt for Ivy Bridge or Trinity”.
So if you are building a next generation system the new NOFAN CR-95C cooler might be worth investigation, when it arrives in June, no price has been announced as yet though.