Today we are looking at their NH D14 cooler which is quite honestly one of the largest coolers I have ever seen. Noctua have designed this product to have not one, but two rows of aluminum cooling fins rising from the coolers base. Each of these has a dedicated fan to keep them cool – with probably one of the most intelligent airflow designs we have seen in recent years. Each of these cooling banks is created from 42 individual fins and although they are relatively wide in regards to spacing, the surface area is massive which should more than compensate.
FULL STORY @ COOLER (http://www.kitguru.net/components/cooling/zardon/noctua-nh-d14-cooler-review-the-austrian-sandwich/)
It is already well-known that one can unlock the fourth core of a triple core AMD Phenom II CPU.
But during a test of the current ASRock A790GXH/128M motherboard at ocinside.de it was
possible to unlock much more than this and that is a no April joke.
The AMD Phenom II 710 X3 CPU became an Engineering Sample with four CPU cores,
unlocked Vcore selection and unlocked multiplier !
All necessary BIOS settings for this modification are explained in the following
AMD Phenom II unlock guide.
FULL STORY @ OCINSIDE (http://www.ocinside.de/html/workshop/amd_phenom_ii_unlock.html)