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Cyber Cooler P5750 Copper Heatsink Review
Cyber Cooler P5750 Copper Heatsink Review
Abstract: Cybercooler are a relatively new manufacturer to us, and the P5750 is a good example of what they have to offer.

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Cyber Cooler   Cooling / Heatsinks   May 15, 2002   Max Page  
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Cyber Cooler From All Angles
The Fan:

The fan is not labeled, but given the sound it makes and the size of the unit I would peg it around 4500-5000RPM or thereabouts. Again, don't have the exact specs though. The fan comes with a nice shinny fan grill, and draws its power via a three-pin motherboard fan header.

Side A: An aluminum fan shroud which has been anodized gold is what holds the fan in place. The shroud is simply affixed to slots cut in the copper base on either side. The copper fins, of which there are a total of 28 are spaced 8mm apart in the center where the clip sits. The clip is not to difficult to install, and no tools are needed.
Side B:
The little vent on the side of the aluminum fan shroud is interesting, and makes you wonder if it helps with air circulation at all. The aluminum fan shroud is held in the small area cut into the copper base by to points where the copper has be pressed in - essentially locking it in place. There is 6mm of space between the base of the fan at the tips of the copper fins.
Side B:

The copper base is exactly 5mm thick and the fins 0.1mm or so. The copper fins each have five vents in them to promote some cross flow of air. The fins are spaced 1.75mm apart and are roughly 20mm tall. Here you can really see what the clip looks like, and although the thumb hold is small, it is not difficult to clip if you have a bit of room around the socket.

Heatsink Base:

The base on the P5750 is perfectly flat, but a little on the rough side. Interestingly, it is not as rough as it looks in this picture, but there are still a few too many sanding marks for the purists out there. Flatness is very good, and with a few minutes on the 600 or 800 grit wet sandpaper you could improve things nicely.

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Table of Contents:

 1:  Cyber Cooler P5750 Copper Heatsink Review
 2: — Close up look at the heatsink
 3:  New Heatsink Test Parameters
 4:  Acoustic Test Results
 5:  Synthetic Temperature Test Results

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