Cooler Master GeminII M4 Low Profile Heatsink

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PHYSICAL DETAILS

The Cooler Master GeminII M4 is composed of four 6 mm thick copper direct-touch heatpipes surrounded by 56 aluminum fins. With the fan mounted, it measures 137 x 122 x 59 mm (W x D x H) and weighs about 280 grams total.


The heatsink is considerably thicker at the center, tapering off toward the edges. For some reason, the fins at one end are shorter, leaving empty corners for the fan to blow through.


The heatpipes are quite short, forming a very tight "C" shaped curve. The fan clips are surprisingly loose.


The fan blades are translucent but there are no LEDs. Like some other slim 120 mm fans we've seen, the struts are reinforced with a ring running around the space between the hub and fan blade edges.


The fins measure 0.29 mm thick. Average spacing is approximately 1.46 mm.


Like all direct-touch heatpipes we've encountered in the past, the base has a flat but fairly rough surface.



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