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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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AOS Non-Silicon Thermal Compound Review
Sep 25, 2000 - Frosty No.378
Category: Cooling / Heatsinks


A majot part of every overclockers' toolkit should be a nice assortment of thermal pastes. For most of us, those little packs that come with better heatsinks make up our collection of pastes.


Frostytech Fatty Case Mods
Sep 13, 2000 - Frosty No.365
Category: Cases


What better way to modify the Fatty Case then by drilling it full of big, and I mean big holes. With all those tiny vents it was practically asking for it anyway.


Overclocking with the Frostytech ACPSink
Sep 09, 2000 - Frosty No.360
Category: Cooling / Heatsinks


It's one of a kind design was as of yet unproven, so the time to prove it had arrived. In moments we would bolt the ACPsink onto a 550 Mhz Athlon to see if all the hard work had not been in vain.


Frostytech ACPSink
Sep 09, 2000 - Frosty No.359
Category: Cooling / Heatsinks


The Frosty ACPSink is a one of a kind Athlon heatsink. It's made from an aluminum plate and sixty-odd sections of imbedded copper pipe.


Athlon Overclocking Card
Aug 31, 2000 - Frosty No.352
Category: CPU / Processors


At this time in the AMD overclocking world, the GFD is beginning to look as old as PC100 RAM (I guess that's why Mac's have to look so stylish...).


SuperparaMagnetic Effect - Hard Drive Storage Technology
Jul 21, 2000 - Frosty No.302
Category: Editorial


Of all computer components, probably the greatest rate of evolution belongs to the stalwart hard drive, but something called superparamagnetic effect may soon bring an end to this golden age.


Liberator 2 GFD Review
Jul 08, 2000 - Frosty No.291
Category: Overclocking


GFD's have been around for a while, this powerless GFD proved to be a challenge, and in the end did something we never expected it to..


Overclocking with Frostytech CuPins Heatsink
Jun 28, 2000 - Frosty No.278
Category: Cooling / Heatsinks


For those without the guts to make their own heatsinks, here are all the overclocking results with the Frosty CuPins Heatsink.. impressive..


Frostytech CopperPins Heatsink
Jun 28, 2000 - Frosty No.277
Category: Cooling / Heatsinks


There is nothing like the sight of a solid copper heatsink atop ones' heavily overclocked CPU.... in fact is there anything comparable? We made one, then tested it.


Frostytech Computer Test Platform
Jun 27, 2000 - Frosty No.275
Category: Overclocking


Basically this is an old XT case which as been converted to become a super-usefull test case. Get to the guts in under 1 second!


RJ-45 Crimpers Review
Jun 23, 2000 - Frosty No.270
Category: Networking


Plastic Ethernet crimpers may be cheap but they don't always work. These metal ones crimp cables fast and perfectly everytime. Which is much better than cheap :)


Alpha FC-PAL35 Review
Jun 18, 2000 - Frosty No.259
Category: Cooling / Heatsinks


Alpha's with copper and aluminum are like... damn good companions. The FC-PAL35 is one worth having a good long look at.


Lasagna BGA cooler
Jun 16, 2000 - Frosty No.258
Category: Cooling / Heatsinks


Lasagna coolers have been popping up on the finer BGA chipsets out there, too bad OEM's aren't taking notice. Any way, read our review and see if it right for you.


Thermaltake Golden Orb Cooler Review
Jun 14, 2000 - Frosty No.256
Category: Cooling / Heatsinks


The Golden ORB. Truly an amazing piece of cooling hardware. A sphere of coolness that works on both PPGA and FC-PGA... Ahh the Golden ORB!


Alpha PFH6035 Cooler Review
Jun 13, 2000 - Frosty No.255
Category: Cooling / Heatsinks


The Alpha PFH6035 is still one of the staples for overclocking in these days of FC-PGA's. If you have a celeron, you should be overclocking it with an Alpha.


Cooling Fundamentals: Thermal Conductivity
Jun 02, 2000 - Frosty No.233
Category: Cooling / Heatsinks


Why is Copper better then Aluminum for heatsinks? Thermal Conductivity, that's why! Don't worry, it's all explained here....


Inside Cell Phones
May 29, 2000 - Frosty No.225
Category: Mobile Devices


Ever wonder what's inside your cellphone? We did, and so we cracked one open, took some pics and tried to explain a little bit of the mystery...


Leufken GFD Review
May 27, 2000 - Frosty No.222
Category: Overclocking


If you have an Athlon you need a GFD. They just make overclocking so much easier. We take a look at this $25 one....


SuperMicro 750 Server Case Review
May 21, 2000 - Frosty No.218
Category: Cases


This case is gigantic. It comes with several fans, has a unique CPU fan, fold out doors, and locking bezel. It also costs a pretty penny... How does it fair considering the price?


Frostytech Investigates: Surface Mapped Athlon
May 18, 2000 - Frosty No.217
Category: Cooling / Heatsinks


We take an Athlon, crack it open, measure everything to 0.0001", then make a colourful diagram showing just how unflat the most important bit is. Interested? Read on.


Overclocking with the CopperSink
May 17, 2000 - Frosty No.214
Category: Cooling / Heatsinks


Testing is done on the Overclocking with our Frosty CopperSink. We made it, it's solid copper. So what! Does it do the job? H'mmm, I think I'll let you be the judge.


Progressive Electronics 568A / 568B Ethernet CAT5 Cable Tester
May 14, 2000 - Frosty No.210
Category: Networking


Crimp your own Cat 5? To find out if they actually work you might want to test out those cables. This little unit does that and much more...


Frostytech Makes the CopperSink
May 09, 2000 - Frosty No.207
Category: Cooling / Heatsinks


Ever wanted a fully copper heatsink for your overclocking rig? We've got the Frosty CopperSink... This is a beast to be sure, so read more to find out how to get one for yourself.


Cooling Fundamentals: Ball Vs. Sleeve Bearings
Apr 26, 2000 - Frosty No.193
Category: Cooling / Heatsinks


What's the fuss over ball and sleeve bearings in todays cooling fans? Heck, what's even the difference? Read on and know more then anyone around you about these little, but important things.


Cracking the Athlon Open
Apr 23, 2000 - Frosty No.190
Category: CPU / Processors


To put the GFD's on you need to remove the plastic cover. This method involes a freezer, and takes a few moment to do, leaving no mess or small bits of plastic.


Swiftech MCW2000 Preview - Liquid Cooling
Apr 22, 2000 - Frosty No.188
Category: Cooling / Heatsinks


The makers of the MC1000 have just announced the MCW2000 - liquid cooling rig! Check out the preview of what will surely be another great piece of overclocking gear.


How To Cut CAT5 Ethernet Cables
Apr 04, 2000 - Frosty No.176
Category: Networking


Making Ethernet cable falls under things everyone should know - right there with the shoelace thing. Get your crimpers ready and start cutting your own cat 5!


Asus S370-133 Slocket Overview
Apr 04, 2000 - Frosty No.175
Category: CPU / Processors


This nifty little slocket by Asus not only allows the Intel FC-PGA chipset to be converted to fit with Slot-1 motherboards but it also lets the chips run FSB at anything up to 133MHz.

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