Recently Thermaltake has released a brand new lineup of CPU coolers dubbed the Frio Series ranging in performance. The Frio Advanced, which we will be reviewing today, is on the lesser end of the Frio series, but from the looks of things, it looks like it should pack a pretty good punch in the high end CPU cooler world. Some of the highlights are the dual push-pull 130mm fans each rated at 88.77 CFM. The five 6mm copper heat pipes are DTH (Direct Touch Heatpipe) technology which we will get to later on in the review.
According to Thermaltake, The Frio Advanced is capable of cooling 230W of CPU power which is 10W higher than the original Frio cooler. However, 230W is quite the claim. On paper this looks like a pretty nice cooler, but lets see how it does in real world conditions.
Like mentioned on the previous page, on paper, the Frio Advanced looks like it should have no trouble handling anything you could throw at it. Rated at 230W, keeping an overclocked CPU cool "should" be no problem for this cooler.
Below are a list of features and specifications provided directly from Thermaltake.
Heat-pipe Direct Touch Technology, Supports 230W Cooling Performance
- 5 x Ø6 mm heat-pipes direct touch CPU surface increasing