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Cooling Overview 2004 - High Tech Heatsinks a Plenty
Cooling Overview 2004 - High Tech Heatsinks a Plenty
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Abstract: In the following pages you'll see every imaginable shape, material, and size of cooling system and heatsink.

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FrostyTech   Cooling / Heatsinks   Oct 18, 2004   Max Page  
Home > Reviews > Page Title: Adda Heatsinks

Adda Corp. are a small company in Taiwan which focuses much of its heatsink production efforts on the mainstream or 'volume' markets - in other words, inexpensive and standardized cooling solutions. FrostyTech.com caught up with the company at its booth during Computex, and while ADDA didn't have many revolutionary heatsink designs on display, it did showcase an assortment of socket 775 heatsinks.

The Adda E63L series on the left is based upon the Intel RCBFH-3 Reference Design heatsink. On the right, an assortment of copper & heatpipe socket 478 coolers.

Adda have distinguished itself from many other socket 775 heatsinks by the partially protected fan. Also interesting are the clips used to hold the heatsink in place on the motherboard; instead of screws it uses the Intel-designed push-in connector that holds the heatsink directly to the PCB. It's hard to say what kind of forces this applies, but PCB warping is obviously a concern.

The Pentium4 heatsink on the right is different because it uses a copper base, heatpipes and stacked aluminum fins. In the past, this type of heatsink has usually performed with mixed results. Some models FrostyTech has tested along similar appearances have worked well, while others have not been impressive.

ADDA Corp.
Corporate Address: N/A
Webpage: http://www.adda.com.tw
Telephone: 886-8-7550579
Fax: 886-8-7532815
Company Background: For more than eight years Adda has developed a broad range of products designed to extend the life of electronic components primarily used for the information technology industry. Now, we develop and manufacture on two continents and intend to expand our manufacturing further.
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 1:  Cooling Overview 2004 - High Tech Heatsinks a Plenty
 2: — Adda Heatsinks
 3:  AVC Heatsinks
 4:  High Power AVC Heatsinks
 5:  Heatpipe and Heat column AVC Heatsinks
 6:  AVC Watercooling Prototype
 7:  CoolerMaster Heatsinks
 8:  Coolermaster Server Heatsinks
 9:  CoolLink Water Cooling Heatsinks
 10:  Cooler Star Amazon Heatsinks
 11:  Cooler Star Amazon Heat Column Heatsinks
 12:  Cooler Star Amazon Cold Forged Heatsinks
 13:  Thermal Integration Heatsinks
 14:  Thermaltake Heatsink
 15:  Thermaltake Low Noise and Watercooling Heatsinks
 16:  Thermaltake High Power and Server Heatsinks
 17:  Zalman Watercooling Heatsinks
 18:  Zalman Reserator 1
 19:  Zalman Reserator 1 Revised
 20:  Zalman TNN-series No Noise Cases
 21:  Zalman TNN Case Power Supply and Details
 22:  Zalman TNN 500A-HS2 Case Revision
 23:  Zalman Gaming - TNN Silent PC Chassis
 24:  Zalman Fast Access Server System
 25:  Miscellaneous Heatsinks and Cooling Systems

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