Corsair's been quite the busy body at CeBIT. In addition to a new line of flash drives, Corsair also used the convention to launch a pair of new CPU air coolers, the A70 and A50.
Corsair's A70 targets the high-end crowd with "exceptional cooling performance" through four 8mm copper heatpipes integrated into a highly-polished aluminum base. Similar to Cooler Master's Hyper 212 Plus (our review here), the heatpipes look to whisk away heat more efficiently by making direct contact with the CPU's integrated heatspreader (IHS). The A70 also comes with two dual-speed 120mm fans arranged in a "Push-Pull" configuration.
The A50 takes things down a notch with three heatpipes instead of four, but these will also make direct contact with the IHS. It includes a single 120mm fan and a compact design, Corsair says.