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Cryo Tech and New Cooling Technologies You Have Never Seen Cryo Tech and New Cooling Technologies You Have Never Seen
Frostytech departs from the usual pixel fodder for a brief look at some cooling technologies you have never seen before. We touch on some fun tests from the unpublished Frostytech archives and collect all the thermodynamics research we've reported on into one location.


Date: May 27, 2010
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How Manufacturers Test Heatsinks & Thermal Compound How Manufacturers Test Heatsinks & Thermal Compound
Have you ever wondered how a heatsink manufacturer tests its new heatsinks to ensure what you buy will do the job?


Date: Jan 02, 2006
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ATI R300: Thermal Problems Caused by the Shim ATI R300: Thermal Problems Caused by the Shim
To put it bluntly, there is problem with the ATI R300 processor package that impacts just how well heatsinks can cool on the Radeon 9700 Pro.


Date: Dec 04, 2002
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Frostytech: Cooling Fundamentals and Contact Resistance Frostytech: Cooling Fundamentals and Contact Resistance
is described as the temperature drop across the interface between a composite system.


Date: Jul 22, 2002
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Frostytech Glowy Videocard LED Panel Mod Frostytech Glowy Videocard LED Panel Mod
Sometimes we get the oddest ideas for mods, and while this isn't something we devote too much time too around here, the Glowy GeForce mod turned out kind of cool.


Date: Jun 21, 2002
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FrostyTech GF4TEC Videocard TEC/Active Heatsink FrostyTech GF4TEC Videocard TEC/Active Heatsink
This is a custom thermoelectric cooled heatsink for the GeForce 4 videocard!!


Date: May 23, 2002
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Six Quick Tips To Finding a Good CPU Heatsink Six Quick Tips To Finding a Good CPU Heatsink
It seems like almost every day there are two or three new types of heatsink released upon the consumer. How do you know which ones to consider?


Date: Jul 11, 2001
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Frostytech Cooling Fundamentals: Dusty Computers Frostytech Cooling Fundamentals: Dusty Computers
Chances are if you've had your computer for more than six months there is some level of dust inside. While dust under the couch may be bad to look at dust in the computer can cause problems.


Date: Oct 05, 2000
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Cooling Fundamentals: Thermal Conductivity Cooling Fundamentals: Thermal Conductivity
Why is Copper better then Aluminum for heatsinks? Thermal Conductivity, that's why! Don't worry, it's all explained here....


Date: Jun 02, 2000
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Frostytech Investigates: Surface Mapped Athlon Frostytech Investigates: Surface Mapped Athlon
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.


Date: May 18, 2000
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Cooling Fundamentals: Ball Vs. Sleeve Bearings Cooling Fundamentals: Ball Vs. Sleeve Bearings
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.


Date: Apr 26, 2000
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Installing a Home Ethernet Installing a Home Ethernet
So you have an ethernet and the wires are all over the place - what can be done to fix that mess?
Get a drill and get ready to make some holes in the walls!


Date: Mar 10, 2000
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Making Case Modifications Making Case Modifications
Expensive fans and heatsinks will only take you so far, eventually you have to get that hot air out the computer case.... we give you the skinny on how to do it!


Date: Jan 08, 2000
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Self Contained Liquid Cooled Computer Self Contained Liquid Cooled Computer
Heat sinks are nice and all, but have you ever wanted to really cool you computer down. We did, so we brought out the water and went to work making from scratch, a Liquid Cooled Computer. I guarantee you will never see one of these in any store ;-)


Date: Dec 26, 1999
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