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"The Coolermaster Hyper D92 is a moderately sized CPU cooler which stands 147mm tall and weighs 636 grams. The Hyper D92 ships with not a 120mm... or even 140mm fan, but rather a pair of 92mm fans that spin at 2800-800RPM. The fans move upwards of 15-55CFM according to manufacturer specs. Small 92mm fans may seem terribly risky, but Coolermaster have a trick up their sleeves."
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TS Heatronics NCU-1000 Pentium 4 Heatsink Review
Nov 01, 2003 - Frosty No.1486
Category: Cooling / Heatsinks


This is technically a 'zero noise' heatsink - a cooler which in and of itself produces exactly 0 dBA of noise.


Aopen ACP4LC Pentium 4 Heatsink Review
Oct 26, 2003 - Frosty No.1482
Category: Cooling / Heatsinks


Aopen's fan adaptor allows an 80mm Nidec fan to mount to the 70mm heatsink frame. The point of this, is of course to reduce the noise created by the fan by using a larger and slower rotating impeller.


Auras T6C Pentium 4 Heatsink Review
Oct 22, 2003 - Frosty No.1480
Category: Cooling / Heatsinks


When it comes to a new heatsink from an obscure company, it never pays to assume anything.


Cooligy Active Microchannel Cooling System
Oct 08, 2003 - Frosty No.1476
Category: Cooling / Heatsinks


Mix in reported cooling potential of 1000Watts per square centimeter (current processors output about 250W/cm2), and you can see why we're more than just a little interested.


nPowerTek TTIC NPH-1 Heatpipe Heatsink Review
Sep 15, 2003 - Frosty No.1464
Category: Cooling / Heatsinks


The heatsink looks fairly unremarkable from the outside, but at the center sits a 25mm diameter copper heatpipe which gives the NPH-1 some really serious kick.


Verax P16Cu Silent Pentium4 Heatsink Review
Sep 12, 2003 - Frosty No.1463
Category: Cooling / Heatsinks


Now gather round and listen closely, what do you hear? Do you hear a multitude of fans inside your computer spinning away as they stem off miniature silicon meltdowns?


Intel Stock 3.06GHz Copper/Aluminum Heatsink Review
Sep 08, 2003 - Frosty No.719
Category: Cooling / Heatsinks


Assembled from one 9mm copper base and many thin aluminum fins, the process used is called swagging.


Vantec Nexus NXP205 Fan-Controller Review
Sep 08, 2003 - Frosty No.1462
Category: Cases


The NXP205 fan controllers maintain the four dials with blue LED black lights, but this time around the package is much smaller.


Arkua 8456X-8T Pentium 4 Heatsink Review
Sep 07, 2003 - Frosty No.1460
Category: Cooling / Heatsinks


The 8456X-8T ranks in at 46.5 dB in our acoustic tests, and even with the large 80mm fan this Arkua heatsink is hardly aiming for the performance markets.


Arctic Cooling Super Silent 4 Pro Heatsink Review
Sep 07, 2003 - Frosty No.1461
Category: Cooling / Heatsinks


A passive heatsink is always going to be the worlds one and only zero noise producing cooler, but the real prize is the zero noise active heatsink.


Arkua Q85X7J Heatpipe Pentium 4 Heatsink Review
Sep 07, 2003 - Frosty No.1459
Category: Cooling / Heatsinks


Heatpipes have been finding their way into more and more heatsinks for a couple of very good reasons.


Spire SP411C5 QuieTude II Heatsink Review
Sep 01, 2003 - Frosty No.1454
Category: Cooling / Heatsinks


At 300RPM the SP411C5 is good in the noise department, but at higher temperatures it can get somewhat loud.


Taisol CEP447181 Pentium 4 Heatsink Review
Sep 01, 2003 - Frosty No.1456
Category: Cooling / Heatsinks


Given the 70mm size, the fan is remarkably un-quiet - which can only indicate that the Taisol CEP447181 isn't a pushover.


Spire SP420B8 CopperStream P4 Heatsink Review
Sep 01, 2003 - Frosty No.1455
Category: Cooling / Heatsinks


The fins come off the assembly line interlocked with one anther via small tabs and the entire fin assembly is soldered to the copper base plate.


Verax P14Cu Copper Base Heatsink Review
Jul 01, 2003 - Frosty No.1397
Category: Cooling / Heatsinks


The Verax CAIRdB thermally controlled fans are one the most unique zero-noise fans in the marketplace that we have tested.


Cooler Master Aero1 ASB-V73-U1 Copper Heatsink
Jun 30, 2003 - Frosty No.1393
Category: Cooling / Heatsinks


Squirrel cage fans have a couple of benefits over standard vaneaxial fans when it comes to lower-noise heatsinks, though they don't tend to deliver nearly as much air.


Globalwin CAK4-88T Copper Heatsink Review
Jun 29, 2003 - Frosty No.1300
Category: Cooling / Heatsinks


Since the copper skive portion of the Globalwin CAK4-88T is just 70mm in size, Globalwin have added an 80mm-70mm fan adaptor.


Taisol CMK702151A Copper Heatpipe Heatsink Review
Jun 29, 2003 - Frosty No.1351
Category: Cooling / Heatsinks


The tri-heatpipe and suspended base heatsink we see here from Taisol is one of the more unique concepts to come out of Taiwan of late.


Spire 5F271B1L3 Copper Core Heatsink Review
Jun 27, 2003 - Frosty No.1419
Category: Cooling / Heatsinks


If done properly, the copper will ultimately increase the surface area of the heat source enticing quicker transmission to the outer fins more effectively.


Vantec Spectrum UV LED Case Fans Review
Jun 23, 2003 - Frosty No.1416
Category: Cooling / Heatsinks


Vantec's adaptation of that idea is certainly a lot cleaner and less expensive route to take - and no cold cathode is required.


Evercool NW9F715CA Pentium 4 Heatsink Review
Jun 22, 2003 - Frosty No.1415
Category: Cooling / Heatsinks


The heatsink breaks with tradition and features an extruded aluminum heatsink with soldered-in copper base insert.


CPUMate DAA-11500 Copper Heatsink Review
Jun 22, 2003 - Frosty No.1414
Category: Cooling / Heatsinks


Starting from the outset the CPUmate DAA11500 has all the necessary ingredients to make it an ideal socket A cooler.


Foxconn Generic Socket A Heatsink Review
Jun 21, 2003 - Frosty No.1423
Category: Cooling / Heatsinks


This isn't the best way of adding a copper heatspreader to an all aluminum extrusion heatsink, but it is one of the least expensive and simple ways to go about achieving that feature.


Spire BFA07B2 Copper Core Heatsink Review
Jun 20, 2003 - Frosty No.1422
Category: Cooling / Heatsinks


Based on an older design which did not feature a copper insert, the BFA07B2 can almost be considered a second generation heatsink.


CoolJag JVC661A V-Type Pentium 4 Heatsink Review
Jun 13, 2003 - Frosty No.1406
Category: Cooling / Heatsinks


Aluminum extrusions have typically been the most popular option, but within the last year and a half skiving has come to market and been adopted widely.


OCZ Gladiator II Copper Skive Heatsink Review
Jun 01, 2003 - Frosty No.1398
Category: Cooling / Heatsinks


In any case, the Gladiator II is made by the latter and sold by the former for a pretty inexpensive price all things considered.


Thermalright SLK-900U Copper Heatsink Review
May 28, 2003 - Frosty No.1396
Category: Cooling / Heatsinks


Given these two different sizes of fans, rotational speeds, and CFM output it will be interesting to see just how the Thermalright SLK900U reacts thermally!


Cooljag JVC258A V-Type Copper Base Heatsink Review
May 02, 2003 - Frosty No.1385
Category: Cooling / Heatsinks


Not only does the upwards expansion out allow the heatsink to come equipped with a larger fan, but it also helps induce efficient exhaust judging by the looks of it.

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