The Xilence Xilent Blade Pro CPU Cooler offers a unique and stylish design. While it is only one of two multi-socket CPU coolers that Xilence has to offer Xilence also has a full range of AMD/Intel CPU Coolers, all of which follow the red/black/gray design which seems to be the norm for Xilence products. The copper base and L shaped copper heatpipes disperse heat through the vertical set of aluminum heatpipes. Attached by rubber screws the 92 PWM fan keeps the CPU cool and silent.
A side view shows the actual distance between the vertical fins. The step style shape of the fins allows for the four heatpipes to be evenly spaced apart and provide heat dispersion through the fins and are capped on the end. The 92mm PWM fan is attached to the heatsink via four rubber screws which help keep vibration to a minimum. Unlike most conventional fans the fan on the Xilent Blade Pro is much more open on all sides which I believe gives it more airflow around the device.
Getting a bottom view of the CPU cooler gives us a better view of the L shaped heatpipes, all of which seem to be perfectly aligned and equally spaced apart below the 92mm fan for maximum cooling. The L shaped design also reduces on CPU cooler size because there isn’t such a need for it to stick out 2 or three inches from the heatsink.
It appears that the base was finely brushed and then polished slightly. The polish isn’t quite as glossy as some of the other CPU coolers we’ve seen.