RALEIGH, N.C.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Phononic, the company revolutionizing cooling and heating with solid-state technology, today announced that the HEX 2.0, its high performance small form factor CPU cooler for gaming and high performance PCs, is now available at Micro Center’s retail locations and online store. The HEX 2.0 will retail at an MSRP of $149.
“We’ve received great feedback since launching the HEX 2.0 at E3 2016, our customers truly value a high density CPU cooler in a small form factor,” said Michael Bruno, vice president and general manager of Phononic's Electronics Cooling business unit. "Micro Center is a strong addition to our growing list of retailers and we’re excited to have a partner with brick & mortar retail centers that will allow our customers to see our size advantage firsthand during their purchasing decision process”
The HEX 2.0 is a compact, but powerful CPU cooler designed to fit in small chassis, including mini-ITX cases, while delivering cooling capacity that outperforms similarly-sized 92mm coolers and many larger air or water CPU coolers. Built with Phononic’s proprietary thermoelectric cooling technology, the HEX 2.0 measures just 125 x 112 x 95 millimeters and features unique styling via a swappable 92-millimeter fan and customizable LED illumination. Users can select cooling profiles, change LED colors and keep up-to-date with the latest software and firmware updates through the HEX 2.0 application dashboard.
Phononic is revolutionizing cooling and heating with solid-state thermal management solutions. Named to CNBC’s 2016 Disruptor 50 list for its innovation within the cooling and heating industry, the company provides solid-state semiconductor technology that can be applied to everything from refrigeration to fiber optics, removing the barriers of traditional approaches and ushering in a new era of cooling and heating. The result is a solution to this age-old challenge that is smart, sustainable and solid state. For more information visit www.phononic.com or follow us on Twitter @PhononicRTP.