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DeepCool Fiend Shark heatsink.
The Deepcool Fiend Shark heatsink is built around six heatpipes and supports Intel LGA1366/1156/775 and AMD AM3/AM2+/AM2 processors. It comes with a 140mm fan (900-1200RPM) and is capable of cooling heat loads of up to 150W. The Fiend Shark weighs in at 1142 grams and stands 157mm tall.
DeepCool Ice Matrix 600 heatsink

The Ice Matrix 600 heatsink is comprised of nickel plated aluminum fins and six heatpipes arranged in a straight row. Standing 140mm tall and weighing 1100grams, the heatsink ships with a 140mm PWM fan that rotates at 1200RPM.
DeepCool Ice Wind heatsink

DeepCool's Ice Wind is a four-heatpipe (sintered powder) exposed base heatsink that features a 120mm 1500RPM fan and cooling capacity for Intel LGA1366/LGA1156/LGA775 or AMD AM3/AM2+/AM2/940/939/754 processors. DeepCool rely on Core Touch Technology and dense aluminum fins arranged in sea wave shape for better cooling performance.
DeepCool V6000 videocard heatsink

DeepCool's V6000 videocard heatsink installs onto both NVIDIA and ATI high-end VGA cards. It weighs 760grams and uses 6 heatpipes to conduct heat from the base to heatsink to the dense array of aluminum fins. Dual 92mm fans rotate at 1800RPM.


NVIDIA GeForce GT 240 Graphics Card Roundup  - NVIDIA GeForce GT 240 Graphics Card Roundup
Wed May 26, 2010 | 4:03P| PermaLink
"NVIDIA's long awaited high end products have finally been released, satisfying the ever-craving performance enthusiasts. However the release of the high end cards does not mean that NVIDIA lost interest in the mainstream market where the majority of gamers and users wants to combine performance with value. Today we are going to test the performance of three NVIDIA GT 240 GFX cards, which even though they are all based on the same GT 215 core, are very different from each other."

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