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Thermaltake Element V Big-Tower Review - FrostyTech.com Thermaltake Element V Big-Tower Review
Fri Jul 02, 2010 | 4:02P| PermaLink
"The Thermaltake Element V Full-Tower is the next PC Gamer-Case in the Technic3D Editorship. Color shift Fan with 6 color changing pattern for gaming experience. Three color shifting fans creates eye catching appearance. Adjustable fan speed control for performance mode or silent mode. Optimized air flow for a better thermal performance. Support up to 11 X 5.25-Inch drive bay or 5 X 5.25-Inch and 6 X 3.5-Inch with 2 iCage. We will check this and more features in the following Review."
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Computex 2009 TTIC Hurricane NPH-105 Heatsink FIRST LOOK - FrostyTech.com Computex 2009 TTIC Hurricane NPH-105 Heatsink FIRST LOOK
Mon Jun 29, 2009 | 12:54P| PermaLink
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Frostytech Exclusive! This is a world's first look at a prototype heatsink being developed by thermal solutions manufacture TTIC - Thermal Transtech International Corporation for flagship Intel/AMD processors. The company has a background in the production of large heat column heatpipes which are used in high power processor cooling devices, and geothermal products.
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This week at Computex Taipei 2009, TTIC unveiled a new heatsink which is the first in the world to combine a heat pipe and heat column in a single CPU cooler. Called the TTIC Hurricane NPH-105, the cooler uses a 25mm diameter heat column (150mm tall) with two 6mm diameter copper heatpipes. The heatsink uses nickel plated aluminum fins, a copper base and soldered joints to reduce thermal resistance between the different components.
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Compatible with both Intel and AMD processors, the heatsink supports socket 1366/775 and AM2/AM3. A single 120mm fan is used to keep noise levels in check, but at this time specs on that are unavailable.
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