Cpu Cooler Price in Pakistan

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The best price of Cpu Cooler in Pakistan is Rs. 1,499 and estimated average price is Rs. 16,161.


CPU cooler helps keep your processor cool by evaporating heat from your processor and enhancing the performance of your computer. Computers used by hardcore gamers, programmers or high-performance users tend to overheat while working. This slows down the overall performance of the computer and can damage the machine components in the long run. A cooler is the best way to prevent your processor from overheating and help your computer perform the heaviest and demanding tasks without the risk or fear of any heat damages. CPU cooler prices in Pakistan vary depending on the type and brand you choose. Read on for more related information.


CPU Cooler Types

Coolers for CPU come in two types, liquid and air coolers. The best type depends on your needs and budget. When it comes to affordability and ease of installation, the air cooler is your best bet. If budget is not a problem and you have all the time in the world for installations and setup, then a liquid CPU cooler is your best choice. Liquid coolers are better in terms of rapid cooling as water wicks away heat faster than air. Liquid coolers also tend to be quieter than air variants. These coolers have components that in combination work to allow for the dissipation of heat produced by the computer's processor. 

Best CPU Coolers in Pakistan

1. Corsair H115i RGB Platinum (liquid)

2. EVGA CLC 240 (liquid)

3. Cooler Master Hyper 212 EVO (fan & heat sink)

4. GamerStorm Deep Cool Assassin III (fan & heat sink)

5. Thermaltake Water 3.0 Triple Ring

Thermal Paste

An important thing to remember is the use of thermal paste between the heat sink and the CPU as it will help your CPU cooler perform even better and make your computer even cooler. Some coolers come pre-applied with thermal pastes so you don't need to apply additionally. One way to check if your cooler comes with a thermal paste is to see at the bottom of the water block. If there is a silver layer underneath it, you don't need additional paste.

Stock Cooler vs After Market Cooler

Most CPUs come with stock coolers that perform fairly well for light day to day tasks. For heavy computer users such as gamers, programmers and graphic designers, a stock cooler won't give as good results as the aftermarket cooler would. Also, if you are planning to overclock your CPU, it is only essential that you buy an aftermarket cooler as a stock variant would not do much for you.


While liquid coolers tend to be better in many ways than their air counterparts, liquid cooling can sometimes be dangerous. If the liquid accidentally leaks, it can prove to be extremely dangerous and can ruin the hardware resulting in permanent damage.

Price List

Model Price
Akasa AK-959CU Double Platform Radiator CPU Cooli… Rs. 2,199
1st Player FD1 CPU Cooler For Cooling Rs. 2,000
1st Player FD1 CPU Cooler For Cooling Rs. 2,000
Thermaltake Ring Silent 12 Red CPU Cooler Rs. 4,830
Thermaltake Ring Silent 12 Blue CPU Cooler Rs. 6,790
Cougar Aqua 240 ARGB CPU Liquid Cooler Rs. 23,500
Lian Li Galahad 240 White SL Edition with UNI Fan… Rs. 34,999
Cooler Master MasterLiquid ML240 Vivid CPU Liquid… Rs. 32,561
Xigmatek FROZR-O 240 OLED Display Pump Head 2x120… Rs. 22,499
Thermaltake UX100 ARGB Lighting CPU Cooler Rs. 3,780
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