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Dynatron G666 2U Xeon Server Heatsink Review Dynatron G666 2U Xeon Server Heatsink Review
The heatsink is built with a 60mm fan embedded at the front, directing airflow through a short stack of aluminum cooling fins which are connected to a copper base plate by three 6mm diameter heatpipes. The space before and after the heatpipes is filled with two narrow strips of skived copper fins for added cooling surface area.


Date: Jan 27, 2014
Dynatron G556 2U Xeon Server Heatsink Review Dynatron G556 2U Xeon Server Heatsink Review
Dynatron's G556 2U server heatsink includes a pre-applied patch of thermal compound and four spring-tensioned Intel socket LGA1366 mounting screws. The captive mounting hardware is attached to the body of the heatsink, so the cooler need only be removed from its packaging before being installed. A phillips screw driver can be used to torque down the four mounting screws to firmly hold it in place.


Date: Jan 26, 2014
Dynatron G555 2U Xeon Server Heatsink Review Dynatron G555 2U Xeon Server Heatsink Review
The fan rotates at 5,5000RPM and moves upwards of 54CFM airflow at a very loud 67.8 dBA noise level. The 23x84x84mm PWM fan can slow to 1000RPM (8.4CFM) during low duty cycles and is rated to between 0.24mm-H2O to 5.6mm-H20 static pressure.


Date: Jan 26, 2014
Dynatron G199 1U Xeon Server Heatsink Review Dynatron G199 1U Xeon Server Heatsink Review
On the heatsink test bench today is a 1U server heatsink for Intel LGA1366 Xeon processors. I know what you're thinking, but the Dynatron G199 1U server heatsink is still on the market in this and other variations for current sockets.


Date: Jan 24, 2014
Dynatron Evo-11 Heatsink Review Dynatron Evo-11 Heatsink Review
Dynatron's Evo-11 heatsink hopes to make its mark with a unique implementation of 6mm heatpipes. Two rows of heatpipes, four below and three above form the base of the Evo-11 heatsink. All the heatpipes are set into a pretty hefty nickel plated aluminum base block, formed from three separate slabs of metal soldered together.


Date: Dec 19, 2010
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Dynatron Genius G950 Heatsink Review Dynatron Genius G950 Heatsink Review
The Dynatron Genius G950 does perform quite well on both thermal and noise-output fronts, particular with respect to Frostytech's 85W synthetic thermal tests.


Date: Apr 19, 2010
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Dynatron A22 V-Shaped Skived Athlon64 Heatsink Review Dynatron A22 V-Shaped Skived Athlon64 Heatsink Review
The heatsink at first appears to be nothing more than a plain aluminum skived heatsink, but closer examination reveals a couple very effective innovations, not the least of which are the V-shaped fins.


Date: Nov 02, 2005
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Dynatron A41 (SK-V24) V-Shaped Skived Athlon64 Heatsink Review Dynatron A41 (SK-V24) V-Shaped Skived Athlon64 Heatsink Review
Designed properly, a skived aluminum heatsink can leave an extruded aluminum heatsink in the dust.


Date: Oct 31, 2005
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Dynatron DC1206BMY Copper Pentium4 Heatsink Review Dynatron DC1206BMY Copper Pentium4 Heatsink Review
The significance of skiving is that there is no interface to be concerned with between the fins and base like solder.


Date: Apr 20, 2003
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Dynatron DC1U-B02 1U Copper Heatsink Review Dynatron DC1U-B02 1U Copper Heatsink Review
As there is generally no more than about 30mm of height for the entire cooling package, fans will obviously take up precious real estate. For Socket 478 Intel processors.


Date: Apr 20, 2003
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Dynatron DC1U-B01 1U Copper Heatsink Review Dynatron DC1U-B01 1U Copper Heatsink Review
Has Dynatron figured out the secret to making the worlds best 1U socket A heatsink, or are we looking at something which just makes the grade?


Date: Apr 17, 2003
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Dynatron DC1207BMX Copper Pentium4 Heatsink Review Dynatron DC1207BMX Copper Pentium4 Heatsink Review
The significance of this set up is that there is no thermal interface to be concerned with between the fins and baseplate.


Date: Apr 17, 2003
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Dynatron DC1207BMW Pentium 4 Heatsink Review Dynatron DC1207BMW Pentium 4 Heatsink Review
Dynatron have shown us in the past that they can innovate, and make rather cool heatsinks.


Date: Jul 03, 2002
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Dynatron DC1206BM-V Copper 1U P4 Heatsink Review Dynatron DC1206BM-V Copper 1U P4 Heatsink Review
The Dynatron DC1206BMV is made entirely from skived copper; it's low to the ground and cooled by a tiny 10mm thick fan so it can be used in 1U socket 478 Pentium 4 servers.


Date: May 15, 2002
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Dynatron Model P Skived Copper Heatsink Review Dynatron Model P Skived Copper Heatsink Review
The Model P heatsink from Dynatron is a full copper skived heatsink with a very powerful, and very noisy Delta fan.


Date: Apr 30, 2002
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Dynatron DY1206BH-625 Copper Heatsink Review Dynatron DY1206BH-625 Copper Heatsink Review
Heatsinks with high speed fans and copper bodies are like fast cars with big engines.


Date: Mar 30, 2002
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Dynatron Model-638 Copper Heatsink Review Dynatron Model-638 Copper Heatsink Review
If you haven't already heard of Dynatron then you really don't know your performance heatsinks very well.


Date: Oct 04, 2001
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Dynatron Model-R 1U Cu Microfin Heatsink Review Dynatron Model-R 1U Cu Microfin Heatsink Review
The market for 1U servers is increasing rapidly these days as data centers increasingly move away from the bulky 3U and 5U servers that were once the staple of websites.


Date: Aug 10, 2001
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Dynatron Model-O Copper Microfin Heatsink Dynatron Model-O Copper Microfin Heatsink
With the Dynatron Model-O, both fins and base are made from one solid piece of copper.


Date: Aug 05, 2001
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Dynatron Model-L Microfin Heatsink Review Dynatron Model-L Microfin Heatsink Review
Needless to say, when we opened up the generic white box the DC1206BM-L comes in, we weren't expecting to be surprised in the way we were.


Date: Jul 31, 2001
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