be quiet! introduces its first entry-level cooler
Pure Rock combines performance with attractive price
Glinde, October 21st 2014 – be quiet!, market leader for PC power supplies in Germany for eight successive years*, introduces the Pure Rock — a new, compact CPU cooler combining an excellent price-performance ratio with proven be quiet! quality. The Pure Rock has four six-millimeter heat pipes to efficiently dissipate heat to the cooling fins. Due to this construction, the tower cooler can effectively draw up to 130 watts away from the CPU. Even intense graphics, multimedia or gaming applications will not bring the Pure Rock to it limits.
High durability and proven be quiet! quality
Equipped with a 120mm Pure Wings 2 fan, the Pure Rock never produces more than 26,8 decibels, even when the fan is spinning at its maximum rotational speed of 1500 rpm. Nine silence-optimized fan blades with high airflow capabilities reduce noise-generating turbulences while increasing air pressure. The lifetime is more than 80,000 hours. be quiet! provides a three-year warranty on the Pure Rock.
With its compact design, the Pure Rock is compatible with all current AMD™ and Intel® sockets. Installation is made easy by the convenient mounting system that allows installation of the cooler from above. Due to its small dimensions (155 x 121 x 87.5 millimeters) the newest member of the be quiet! family will fit into almost any PC configuration.
Despite the low price, be quiet! has worked hard to implement a high quality finish – with a top cover made of brushed aluminium and heat pipes that are fitted with aluminium caps. The Pure Rock is available immediately at a price of €32.90 (RRP).
* Source: GfK Panel Market Germany, sales units internal computer power supplies, January 2014
Pure Rock datasheet [PDF, 1.5 MB]
Pure Rock technical drawing [PDF, 1.2 MB]
About be quiet!
be quiet!’s track record of offering technology enthusiasts products which focus on silence and innovation has earned them the honor of being the best selling power supplies in Germany for eight straight years according to market data from GfK.