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Cooling Overview 2004 - High Tech Heatsinks a Plenty
Cooling Overview 2004 - High Tech Heatsinks a Plenty
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: CoolLink Water Cooling Heatsinks

A while back FrostyTech reviewed several of CoolLink's heatsinks and found them to be generally well performing, if a little rough around the edges. During Computex in Taiwan, we stumbled upon some new watercooling blocks that CoolLink was displaying. As of yet there is no indication that any of these full-copper water blocks have been released, but given that the majority are just the right size for videocard GPUs or Northbridge chipsets, such designs would be eagerly anticipated.

An assortment of copper water blocks for GPUs and CPUs made by CoolLink. The units on the left are fairly standard designs, while the prototype model on the right involves a double loop pattern in an effort to increase surface area.

This CoolLink GPU or chipset block on the left is milled from copper, and includes some rather simple geometry in the flow chamber to induce turbulence. The company also exhibited a collection of small plexiglass and aluminum fluid reservoirs.

Two copper CoolLink heatsinks for the K8 AMD and Intel socket 478 Pentium 4 platform. The stacked copper fins are soldered to thicker copper base. The inverted triangular cut out is intended to improve air flow under the fan motor, and reduce the formation of hot-spots.

These two CoolLink heatsinks are a good example of how one heatsinks' copper fin design can be adopted for use on multiple processor platforms only by just changing the mounting mechanisms. On the left is the AMD Athlon64 socket 754/939/940 version, and on the right is essentially the same heatsink configured for socket 478 Intel Pentium 4 processors.

Yet another iteration of this exact same CoolLink heatsink was produced for socket A AMD AthlonXP CPUs. Such diversification can lead to thermal problems as the differing surface area of each specific processor core cannot necessarily be cooled with one-size fits all designs... this is unfortunately something FrostyTech see all to much of.

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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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