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Thermalright 14cm Archon CPU Heatsink First Look - FrostyTech.com Thermalright 14cm Archon CPU Heatsink First Look
Mon Nov 01, 2010 | 12:01P| PermaLink
Thermalright's newest heatsink is called the Archon - it uses a fin array with a dissipating area of 150*125mm, and either a 140mm or 120mm fan.

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The Thermalright Archon heatsink measures just 55mm deep and features six sintered heatpipes. The heatsink supports Intel Socket 1366/1156/775 Platform, and AMD socket AM2/AM3 processors. Includes one Thermalright TY-140 PWM fan, Ultra low noise at 21 dBA at max rpm. Fan-clips are compatible with both 140mm and 120mm fans.

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FULL STORY @ THERMALRIGHT
(http://www.thermalright.com/products/index.php?act=data&cat_id=27&id=172)

OWC Mercury Extreme SandForce SF-1200 100GB SSD - FrostyTech.com OWC Mercury Extreme SandForce SF-1200 100GB SSD
Thu May 13, 2010 | 9:01A| PermaLink
"Other World Computing (or OWC) is an Apple specialty store that also offers their own branded products. The company showed up on our radar when we first started seeing SandForce controlled SSDs entering the market. Even now only a small handful of the dozens of companies that are planning to offer SandForce SSDs have been able to bring them to market. OWC was immune to whatever problems other manufacturers are having and has a product on the market now, but that is only half of the story. So far we’ve heard all kinds of stories about SandForce SF-1200 controlled SSD pricing, but to date most of the costs have been well over the launch price of OWC’s Mercury Extreme Enterprise SSD. Who would have thought that one of the best SandForce values on the market would have come from a Mac specialty shop?"
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