ThermoLab has rolled out into the market its new heat sink which is named as GOYO and the company has even posted a couple of pictures on the internet regarding it. Some of the pictures have been released on the internet of this tower heatsink and it might just appear as too big in them but in reality the measurements are merely 125 mm x 70 mm x 135 mm and it weighs only 290g.
15 asymmetrically shaped aluminum fins have been featured on the hat sink and they have neatly been arranged next to three 6 mm-thick copper heat pipes. These pipes are responsible for making the direct contact with the CPU at the base. GOYO, as acclaimed by the company itself can handle thermal loads of up to 60W fan-less. A pair of 120 mm fans can be held on to and once the fans have been installed they can handle chips with TDP of up to 95W. Most of the modern CPU sockets can easily be managed by the cooler including the LGA1150/LGA1155, AM3+ and FM2+. So far the company has made no new announcements regarding the pricing.