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The Silent 1156

In Figure 3, we have a front view of the cooler. The 90 mm fan has a plastic cone that directs the airflow to the heatsink.

Thermaltake Silent 1156Figure 3: Front view

In Figure 4, you can see the side of the cooler. Note that the heatsink is relatively small and it does not stay exactly over the base, so the cooler occupies little "airspace" over the motherboard. With this design, the fan does not interfere with memory modules, even if they have tall heatsinks.

Thermaltake Silent 1156Figure 4: Side view

In Figure 5, you can see the back of the cooler. The fins are firm and the cooler has an excellent overall quality.

Thermaltake Silent 1156Figure 5: Rear view

In Figure 6, you have a top view of the cooler. Note that the heatsink is relatively small, with plain fins.

Thermaltake Silent 1156Figure 6: Top view

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Rafael Otto Coelho is a physicist with a master's degree in Education, and is a college professor in Brazil.