Thermolab Baram CPU Cooler

Thermolab Baram CPU Cooler The new Baram from Thermolab has all the signs of being one of the better coolers on the market. It has five heat pipes, support for dual 120mm cooling fans and even the what I believe to be the proper size and weight. The Baram is compatible with current CPU sockets from Intel and AMD, except for socket 1366. What impresses me the most is the build quality of the cooler. Will size and build quality make this a good performer? We will see.

 

 

Introduction of the Thermolab Baram

Every once in a while, a company we’re not familiar with comes along and amazes us with a very good product. Sometimes, the product is good enough to become mainstream. When it’s performs well enough, it ends up with huge threads on large forums about how well it performs. One such company was Scythe. A few years ago, they presented us with coolers like the Ninja which generated huge buzz in the overclocking community. Times change and new companies and products come along to surprise us. This is one of those times. Today,I am testing a new cooler from a company called Thermolab.

The new Baram from Thermolab has all the signs of being one of the better coolers on the market. It has five heat pipes, support for dual 120mm cooling fans and even the what I believe to be the proper size and weight. The Baram is compatible with current CPU sockets from Intel and AMD, except for socket 1366. What impresses me the most is the build quality of the cooler. Will size and build quality make this a good performer? We will see.

What Thermolab has to say about the Baram

BARAM [baram] has a meaning of ‘airflow’ in Korean, and is the product for a cooling mania who is expecting to have a supreme cooling performance.

BARAM is a heat pipe cooler used for CPU, designed in an optimal aerothermodynamic structure.

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