Vantec CCK-6035 Copper Heatsink Review
I had hoped to have tested the retail version of
the Vantec CCK-6035D on our newest version of the FrostyTech Synthetic
Temperature Test platform, but some setbacks have arisin, so we will be testing
it out on the current test platform. On a side note, we're very excited about
the new tester as it will allow us to test the recent trend of utterly massive
copper heatsinks at a much higher wattage - so hot infact we may just melt a few
of them ;-)
The retail version of the Vantec CCK6035D is exactly the
same as the preproduction version we tested previously so this review is going
to be an amendment to that review. There is little difference between
the two verions of the CCK-6035, other than some
Socket A, Socket 370, Socket 462.
Model: Vantec CCK-6035D
Spec: 6800RPM, 12V, 0.48A, 2 ball bearing
- HS Dim:
Assembled copper parts,
with pass through power adapter cable.
- Mfg by:
The fins are each bent on the base so
that there is a millimeter or so of material to come in contact with the copper
base plate. From the looks of it, the base plate is nice and smooth.
Since the fins are packed so closely
together it is difficult to say for sure, but there are no spaces visible that
we could see.
The tops of the fins are all interlocked by means of
small flaps that help give the thin-fins some support, and maintain their