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Cooling Overview 2005 - Lower Noise, Better Thermals
Cooling Overview 2005 - Lower Noise, Better Thermals
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Abstract: Since this 2005 synopsis is mostly an examination of heatsinks shot at recent trade shows, we'll jump right into the mix.

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FrostyTech   Cooling / Heatsinks   Jan 02, 2006   Max Page  
Home > Reviews > Page Title: Miscellaneous Heatsinks

This Aerocool passive hard drive heatsink is an interesting device. The unit works along similar principles to that of the Zalman HDD heatpipe heatsink, but incorporates a set of angled aluminum fins to improve cooling capacity. The sides of the unit are aluminum with about four heat pipes going from end to end through the heat exchanger grill. With some airflow moving through the heat exchanger fins, this could be a very effective design that doesn't add any noise into the computer with cooling fans..

It was difficult to grab a photo of this all-in-one watercooling device made by Globalwin, but here's what we were able to see through the side of clear case. The unit is very similar to that of the Coolermaster Aquagate system in which reservoir and pump are integrated with the CPU water block.

Another motherboard manufacturer to jump into the heatsink market is Gigabyte, and unlike Asus the company has introduced some very innovative and high performing solutions. The 3D-Cooler Ultra shown here combines heatpipes, copper, and a powerful fan to work in combination with portions of the motherboard power supply which also need cooling.

Gigabyte 3D-Cooler Ultra multi-CPU compatible heatsink.

The Gigabyte G-RM775 retention bracket for socket 775 motherboards that allows socket 478 heatsinks to be used on the new CPU platform.



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Table of Contents:

 1:  Cooling Overview 2005 - Lower Noise, Better Thermals
 2:  Coolermaster Heatsinks
 3:  Asus Heatsinks
 4:  Foxconn Heatsinks
 5:  Lexsystem SFF Chassis and Aopen Heatsinks
 6:  GlacialTech Heatsinks
 7:  Evercool Thermal Heatsinks
 8:  Jetart Heatsinks
 9:  Globe Cooler Heatsinks
 10:  Kingcooler OEM Heatsinks
 11:  Thermalright Heatsinks
 12:  Thermaltake Heatsinks
 13:  Vantec Heatsinks
 14:  Zalman Heatsinks
 15: — Miscellaneous Heatsinks

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