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StarTech.com 60x10mm Socket 7/370 CPU Cooler Fan

StarTech.com 60x10mm Socket 7/370 CPU Cooler Fan (FAN3701U)

60mm - 5000rpm

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Description

This 60x10mm Socket 7/370 CPU Cooler helps keep your 1U servers running smoothly, by providing a reliable, cost-effective server cooling solution._x000D_ The server CPU cooler features a copper base and socket-type CPU fan, ensuring rapid heat dissipation in the reduced space of a 1U server environment._x000D_ The CPU cooler is powered through a simple TX3 connection to the server power supply, and is suitable for all Intel Celeron/PIII processors and AMD Athlon/Duron processors up to 1GHz.

Main Features

  • Fan Diameter: 60 mm
  • Fan Speed: 5000 rpm
  • Air Flow: 13.5 CFM
  • Noise Levels: 31 dB
  • Connectors: 3-pin TX3
  • Input Voltage: 12 V DC
  • Material: Plastic Fan Enclosure
  • Material: Copper Heatsink
  • Dimensions: 60 mm x 60 mm x 9.91 mm
  • Dimensions: 64 mm x 63 mm x 9.91 mm - Heatsink
  • Weight (Approximate): 200 g
  • Additional Information:
  • Connector Types: 1 x TX3 Female
  • Description: 6cm Copper CPU Heatsink+Fan for 1U Servers
  • Color: Black
  • Color: Copper
  • Applications/Solutions:

  • Slim design CPU fan and heatsink cooler for 1U servers
  • Suitable for all Intel Celeron/PIII processors and AMD Athlon/Duron processors up to 1GHz
  • Advantage:

  • Copper base allows for more effective heat dissipation
  • Ball-Bearing fan provides increased reliability, airflow and longer life
  • Compatibility:

    CPU Compatibility:

  • Intel: Celeron up to 1 GHz
  • Pentium: III up to 1 GHz
  • AMD: Athlon & Duron up to 1 GHz
  • Socket Type: 370
  • Application/Usage: Processor
  • Standard Warranty: 1 Year
  • General Information

    Product TypeHeatsink
    Brand NameStarTech.com
    ManufacturerStarTech.com
    Product Name60x10mm Socket 7/370 CPU Cooler Fan
    Manufacturer Part NumberFAN3701U
    Manufacturer Website Addresswww.startech.com
    Marketing InformationThis 60x10mm Socket 7/370 CPU Cooler helps keep your 1U servers running smoothly, by providing a reliable, cost-effective server cooling solution._x000D_ The server CPU cooler features a copper base and socket-type CPU fan, ensuring rapid heat dissipation in the reduced space of a 1U server environment._x000D_ The CPU cooler is powered through a simple TX3 connection to the server power supply, and is suitable for all Intel Celeron/PIII processors and AMD Athlon/Duron processors up to 1GHz.

    Fan Information

    Fan Speed5000 rpm
    Air Flow13.5 CFM
    Noise Levels31 dB
    Fan Diameter60 mm

    Interfaces/Ports

    Connectors3-pin TX3

    Power Description

    Input Voltage12 V DC

    Physical Characteristics

    Dimensions64 mm x 63 mm x 9.91 mm - Heatsink
    MaterialCopper Heatsink
    Weight (Approximate)200 g

    Miscellaneous

    Compatibility

    CPU Compatibility:

  • Intel: Celeron up to 1 GHz
  • Pentium: III up to 1 GHz
  • AMD: Athlon & Duron up to 1 GHz
  • Socket Type: 370
  • Application/UsageProcessor
    Additional Information
  • Connector Types: 1 x TX3 Female
  • Description: 6cm Copper CPU Heatsink+Fan for 1U Servers
  • Color: Black
  • Color: Copper
  • Applications/Solutions:

  • Slim design CPU fan and heatsink cooler for 1U servers
  • Suitable for all Intel Celeron/PIII processors and AMD Athlon/Duron processors up to 1GHz
  • Advantage:

  • Copper base allows for more effective heat dissipation
  • Ball-Bearing fan provides increased reliability, airflow and longer life
  • Warranty

    Standard Warranty1 Year
    September 12, 2010 Anonymous says:
    Pros: I've always preferred good copper heatsinks and I'm glad I can find one for my socket 7/AMD K6-III+ setup. I can't say what the temperature difference is as the mainboard has no means of telling me but what I can say is that after running prime95 for a day and after over a year of using it I've had no issues.
    Cons: -The cooler it replaced, a StarTech FANP1003LD, was a lot quieter. With the only other fan being the PSU fan, combined with a silent hard drive I had; the machine was dead silent. Obviously it's not as loud as some of the other 5-6 fan machines I have, and more air flow means more noise but I still miss the silence.
    -Needed more pressure to clip it on than my last one.
    I've always preferred good copper heatsinks and I'm glad I can find one for my socket 7/AMD K6-III+ setup. I can't say what the temperature difference is as the mainboard has no means of telling me but what I can say is that after running prime95 for a day and after over a year of using it I've had no issues. -The cooler it replaced, a StarTech FANP1003LD, was a lot quieter. With the only other fan being the PSU fan, combined with a silent hard drive I had; the machine was dead silent. Obviously it's not as loud as some of the other 5-6 fan machines I have, and more air flow means more noise but I still miss the silence.
    -Needed more pressure to clip it on than my last one. The product Features description is somewhat wrong. "AMD: Athlon & Duron up to 1 GHz" would be for a Socket A, not a Socket 7