World's largest CPU cooler from Monsterlabo now available separately

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from Maurice Riebling
So far, The Heart, the Monster Lab as the "world's largest" CPU cooler advertised, only together with the case "The First" available. Now the manufacturer also offers the monster with 3 kilograms of weight separately.

The title "The world's biggest CPU cooler", which manufacturer Monsterlabo has awarded to its CPU cooler The Heart, is no coincidence. The monstrous-looking passive cooler weighs in at a hefty 3 kilograms. Originally it was only available in combination with the specially designed case "The First". Now The Heart can also be purchased individually.

Unit price of "The Heart" amounts to 180 euros

This is now available in either black or white for a smooth 180 euros in the in-house online store of Monsterlabo. Buyers are not just a pure CPU cooler for it. Even the temperatures of a graphics card can keep the monster in check at the same time.


How good or how bad that works was already evident in the interplay with The First at the end of last year. Monsterlabo promised that a GTX 1080 as well as a Core i7-8700K with a TDP of 275 watts would be cool at the same time. In the test of overclock.net at that time, however, something was stacked a little lower. Case and cooler with 220 Watt TDP were tested. A Core i5-9400F and a GTX 1070 were used. Temperatures in gaming mode were measured at just under 70 degrees Celsius for the graphics card and just over 50 degrees Celsius for the CPU.

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For a combined use, however, much craftsmanship is required inasmuch as Monsterlabos associated housing is not used. This also applies to single use for optional CPU or graphics card. The manufacturer does not change anything in the design, so the Heart remains incompatible with standard enclosures. Meaningful is the purchase of the passive 3-kilo cooler so ultimately only for hobbyists. Apart from the weight, the dimensions of 200 x 185 x 265 mm are likely to be relevant.

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