Reserator 3 Max Dual cooler flaunts its nano fluid tech and blue LEDs

Reserator 3 Max Dual cooler

There are two crucial components to every overclocked gaming rig – the first is obviously the processing capability of your dedicated GPU. And, the second, less conspicuous hardware is the PC cooler that supplies the much needed low temperature for your cabinet systems to work efficiently, even in hotter conditions. Well, concerning the later function – that is where the water-cooled Reserator 3 Max Dual really shines with its slew of robust credentials. The very first thing that strikes us about the flagship product from Korean manufacturer Zalman is its dual fan design, which is similar to the hefty assembly of an upscale graphics card. Moreover, the contrivance is touted to be the world’s first PC cooler mechanism that applies nanofluids for better cooling performance.

The level of performance is further bolstered by an assortment of other technologies, like – octa cooling path and an ‘optimized’ radiator design. The micro-fin copper base is perfect for rapid transfer of heat, while the built-in water pump endows lower noise levels as well as higher efficiency. And, since we are harping about the effectiveness of heat dissipation, the Reserator 3 Max Dual notches it up with its nickel plated heatsink.

Lastly, the usability factor is also taken care of with Reserator 3 Max Dual’s exclusive bracket mechanism for easy installation. And, if you are up for a bit of visual glory, the fans emanate an enticing aura of cool blue via their integrated LEDs. This makes it a perfect accompaniment to any cabinet component, including GPU VRAM and motherboard sections.

Specifications –

1,000 ~ 2,300 rpm ± 10% rotation, and 23.2 ~ 46.6dBA ± 10% noise level

Dimensions – W122 × L276 × H73 mm (for radiator), 70 × 85 × 37 mm (for water block); Weight – 1,426g.

Compatible with (sockets) Intel LGA2011/1366/1156/1155/1150/775 and AMD FM2/FM1/AM3 + / AM3/AM2 + / AM2.

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