Coolink has just announced its first CPU cooler designed for Intel's upcoming LGA2011 socket platform for Core i7-3000 series Sandy Bridge-E processors. The Corator DS – LGA2011 is based on the existing Corator DS cooler and comes with the SWiF2 - 120P PWM high-performance fan along with the SecuFirm 2 mounting system upgraded for LGA2011.
The four 8mm heatpipes are anchored in a gapless all-copper base giving the Corator DS - LGA2011 a large contact area. The cooling fins are designed using an asymmetrical dual stack design wider spacing on the first set of fins for increased airflow efficiency. Cooling is provided by the included SWiF2-120P fan which uses an innovative 11-blade impeller to improve airflow, especially at lower speeds. The cooler also supports PWM to allow it to be controlled by the motherboard depending of CPU temperatures.
Coolink also includes a tube of Chillaramic thermal compound and backs it all up with full five-year warranty. The Coolink Corator DS - LGA2011 can be purchased now at a suggested retail price of € 39.90 / US $44.90.