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Looks Aren't too Shabby at all.
Provides good cooling.
Intelligent PWM Fan Control system.
4 Power Heat pipers.
No Pretty Lights for LED addicted Gamers but you can Always add Your own.
Need to remove a whole motherboard to install.
Base assembly a bit sloppy on this example.
More airflow needed for performance applications.
Lacks vibration absorbing fan mounts.
By OverclockersQH on January 24, 2011
Well I am not going to lie, I never thought that this cooler would have fared as well as it did against these other coolers. A couple of these coolers are a lot bigger and a lot more impressive looking but the fact remains that the Tranquillo did...
By Pureoverclock on December 22, 2010
If you're looking for suicide runs and highest possible clocks for some short air benching runs, you'll want to look to a different cooler. Costing $40 USD, the GELID Tranquillo is a good deal though, as it provides good performance and low...
By UMLan on September 17, 2010
I certainly think GELID Solutions are on the right track here and with Tranquillo in the market they have much better chance than some other well known CPU cooler manufactures. The over all experience with Tranquillo has been great! The installation...
By Overclockers Club on July 28, 2010
As part of Gelid Solutions Silent line-up, the implication is that the Tranquillo will be silent. In that respect, the expectation has been met and exceeded. One of the compliments I can bestow on this cooler, is that my son walked into the room and...
By TechRadar on April 16, 2010
Gelid is a company that's come out of left field to make a bit of a name for itself in the bargain air-cooling market. This latest, the Tranquillo, fits perfectly into that setup, almost making a mockery of the equally large, twin-turbined...
By HardwareHeaven on April 15, 2010
n short, the Tranquillo is a great all-around CPU cooler which combines very good thermal and acoustics performance with easy installation and excellent...
By FrostyTech on April 12, 2010
The Tranquillo is the second heatsink from Gelid Solutions, a Hong Kong based company born to a great extent from the ashes of the once mighty, now headphone hawking Arctic Cooling. Gelid has been continuing on in the silent cooling vein, with...
By Hardware Canucks on March 15, 2010
After all the dust settled and we got to know the Tranquillos strengths and weakness very well, its difficult not to come away impressed. Its unique design really does seem to work by funneling air into and over not only the main fin array...
By Hardware Secrets on March 09, 2010
At first look, Gelid Tranquillo gave us a déjà vu feeling, because it uses a design very similar to other coolers we tested, like Noctua NH-U12P, Thermaltake ISGC-300 and 3R System iCEAGE Prima Boss. The good news is that almost all the...
By LanOC Reviews on March 08, 2010
If this is how well Gelid Solutions can cool your CPU when trying to keep everything quiet, imagine what they can do with a little noise! I'm excited to see what they will do in the future but the Tranquillo will be more than enough to keep me...
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