Thermalright Introduces Frost Commander 140 CPU Cooler


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Thermalright has just announced the Frost Commander 140 CPU air cooler. This dual tower cooler features a total of five 8 mm heat pipes and a nickel-plated copper base for superior heat transfer. The two included fans are a TL-C12 Pro G 120 mm front fan and a TL-D14X 140 mm center fan. Both utilize Thermalright’s S-FDB (Fluid Dynamic) bearings and 4-pin PWM connectors. Overall dimensions are 140 mm long, 121 mm wide, and 160 mm tall. This places it in the average size for dual-tower coolers currently on the market. Pricing is not yet available.

Thermalright Frost Commander 140 Dual Tower CPU Cooler

 

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Heatsink Specifications

Dimension:L140 mm x W121 mm x H160 mm
Weight:1000g
Heat pipes:8mm heatpipe x 5 units
Fin:T = 0.4 mm;Gap=1.8 mm
Fin pcs:53 pcs
Copper Base:C1100 Pure copper nickel plated

TL-C12 Pro G FAN Spec

Dimension:L120 mm x W120 mm x H25 mm
Weight:165g
Rated Speed:1850 RPM±10% (MAX)
Noise Level:29.6 dBA
Air Flow:82 CFM (MAX)
Air Pressure:2.1mm H2O (MAX)
Ampere:0.25 A
Connector:4 Pin (PWM Fan connector)
Bearing Type: S-FDB Bearing

TL-D14X FAN Spec

Dimension:L140 mm x W152 mm x H27 mm
Weight:175g
Rated Speed:1800 RPM±10% (MAX)
Noise Level:30.2 dBA
Air Flow:95.5 CFM (MAX)
Air Pressure:2.25mm H2O (MAX)
Ampere:0.30 A
Connector:4 Pin (PWM Fan connector)
Bearing Type: S-FDB Bearing

 

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EarthDog

Gulper Nozzle Co-Owner

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This thing looks yuge! Wonder if it cools well....

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Blaylock

"That Backfired" Senior Member

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It's just a little smaller than the NH-D15. I'm curious about it's cooling too.

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Nebulous

Señor Senior, Senior

12,026 messages 360 likes

Wow! Big sink indeed! I hope it cools as good as it looks. It might make me go back to air..........nahh, not really :rofl:

Looks really good tho!

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Mr.Scott

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Pretty much all Thermalright products never fail to perform.

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Nebulous

Señor Senior, Senior

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There's a dual tower sink that came out with dual fans, but I can't for the life of me remember it. Really popular at the time and it came in Blue or White.

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BugFreak

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Figures, I finally break down and buy a Noctua D15 because I couldn't find something comparable by Thermalright. Now they release this. Looks great for sure.

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freeagent

Member

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Really? They have a few..

Lol I bought this cooler the day it was released. Superfan? maybe.. but really I just wanted something new, something not so gargantuan, something that wasnt Noctua :D

I will be sure to post back my results :thup:

And I figured if the cooler wasn't comparable to what I already have I sure could use those fans, they are more than half the price of the cooler on their own with shipping lol..

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Blaylock

"That Backfired" Senior Member

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If you could, post some results compared to your Noctua please.

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freeagent

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I would love to, but I sold my D14 years ago. But I do have the same hardware I used to run with it, that is where I am drawing my conclusions.

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BugFreak

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Really? They have a few..

Lol I bought this cooler the day it was released. Superfan? maybe.. but really I just wanted something new, something not so gargantuan, something that wasnt Noctua :D

I will be sure to post back my results :thup:

And I figured if the cooler wasn't comparable to what I already have I sure could use those fans, they are more than half the price of the cooler on their own with shipping lol..

Yea the only one I could find was the Macho which didn't fit what I wanted. It might have just been a timing thing but I couldn't find one that compared to the D15.

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