[section_title title=”Closer Look”]Closer Look

Taking a look at the cooler from the front it has a very generic design, which is ok as it will be covered with at least one fan. Also worth noting that when you receive the cooler there should hopefully be some foam padding in between the towers to prevent the fins from getting damaged.

Alpenfohn Brocken ECO 7

Taking a more top down look and we can see the 4 heatpipes pass all the way through the top of the Brocken Eco to help ensure the best heat dissipation possible.

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Taking a look from the bottom and as the heatpipes are direct contact they go right under the contact plate.

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Direct contact heatpipes are design to make direct contact with the CPU as the name would suggest. This is to help make sure heat gets dissipated as quickly and evenly as possible.

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Also inside the box is of course the 120mm WingBoost 2 fan

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One of the features of the fan that will come in handy for most is the fact that it has a fan splitter. This will allow users to connect a 2nd fan directly to this one and only use up one fan header on the motherboard.

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