GAMDIAS Launches BOREAS P1-720 Dual Tower CPU Air Cooler Rated for Up to 270W of Power

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GAMDIAS has released its first dual tower CPU air cooler, the BOREAS P1-720, which is rated for dissipating heat for CPUs up to TDP 270W. It could be said that we are living in the age of the dual tower CPU cooler with many PC component manufacturers now offering their own model. What sets this new generation of CPU air coolers apart from their single-tower counterparts is the ability to cool processors with much higher TDP ratings that are common to both AMD and Intel high-end processors.

The BOREAS P1-720 has 7 copper heat pipes with two hydraulic bearing PWM fans which can provide air pressure up to 84.2 CFM at under 32 dBA. An asymmetrical heat pipe design allows the installation of memory modules that are up to 60mm tall. There is a 120mm fan, 600-1750 rpm, on the front of the cooler with a 135mm fan, 800-2000 rpm, in the middle. The dual aluminum heatsink is 140 x 50 mm comes with universal socket mounting kits and is compatible with the latest Intel LGA 1700 and AMD AM5 platforms.

Press Release (via GAMDIAS)


GAMDIAS, a leading gaming peripherals manufacturer, has announced the launch of the BOREAS P1-720 dual tower CPU air cooler. Engineered to provide exceptional cooling power, this cooler features a dual asymmetrical heat sink, 7 copper heat pipes, and 2 high-performance PWM fans that work together to maintain low temperatures even during heavy gaming sessions or overclocking.


The BOREAS P1-720 boasts an impressive TDP rating of 270W, and the dual tower configuration includes two dense aluminum fins that provide a large heat dissipation surface area. The cooler also features an optimized convex copper base design that provides seamless contact with the CPU surface, improving heat transfer capabilities and further increasing the efficiency of thermal conductivity. In addition to its outstanding cooling performance, the BOREAS P1-720 also features a premium all-black design that will complement any system setup. The cooler is fully coated with an all-black finish and has a brushed aluminum finish that gives it a sleek and stylish look.


Equipped with two powerful PWM fans, one 135mm fan in the middle and a 120mm fan in the front, the BOREAS P1-720 provides high static pressure and air pressure up to 84.2 CFM through the heatsink. With optimal hydraulic bearing and PWM function, the fans provide up to 2000 RPM for superior airflow while keeping noise levels low.


The asymmetrical heat pipe design of the BOREAS P1-720 provides better VRM compatibility and allows for easy installation of taller memory modules up to 60mm. In addition, the cooler includes a universal socket in the box to ensure quick and easy installation and support the latest Intel and AMD platforms including the LGA 1700 and AMD 5 sockets.


  • Fan Dimensions: 120 x 120 x 25 mm / 135 x 148 x 25 mm
  • Fin Material: Aluminum
  • Fan Speed: 600-1750 / 800-2000 RPM ±10%
  • Air Flow: 68.7 / 84.2 CFM
  • Air Pressure: 1.65 / 1.91 mmH2O
  • Noise Level: 10-31 dBA
  • Bearing: Hydraulic
  • Heatpipe Material: Copper
  • Product Dimensions: 148 x 162 x 157.5 mm
  • Connector: 4 Pin PWM
  • Rated Voltage: 12 V (Fan)
  • Compatibility: LGA2066 / 2011-v3 / 2011 / 1700 / 1151 / 1150 / 1155 / 1156 / 1200 / AM5 / AM4 / AM3+ / AM3 / AM2+ / AM2 / FM2+ / FM2 / FM1
  • VRM Compatibility: 157.5mm Clearance & Height Compatibility
  • Coating: Premium All-Black
  • Top Cover: Aluminum Brushed
  • Base: Optimized Convex Copper
  • Heat Pipes: 7x asymmetrical copper
  • Heatsink Dimensions: 140 * 50mm dual aluminum

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Peter Brosdahl
As a child of the 70’s I was part of the many who became enthralled by the video arcade invasion of the 1980’s. Saving money from various odd jobs I purchased my first computer from a friend of my dad, a used Atari 400, around 1982. Eventually it would end up being a lifelong passion of upgrading and modifying equipment that, of course, led into a career in IT support.

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