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Coolink Corator DS - FrostyTech.com Coolink Corator DS
Fri Apr 02, 2010 | 3:23A| PermaLink
“Coolink is taking heatpipe technology a bit further than most with their Corator DS CPU heatsink, using what they call Gapless Direct Touch (GDT) in order to eliminate the large spaces between heatpipes we normally see at the base. The question is: "Does it make a difference"? Let's take a closer look at the Coolink Corator DS and find out.”
FULL STORY @ PUREOVERCLOCK
(http://www.pureoverclock.com/article947.html)

Arctic Cooling Freezer 13 Heatsink - Is it Good/Bad? - FrostyTech.com Arctic Cooling Freezer 13 Heatsink - Is it Good/Bad?
Thu Oct 28, 2010 | 3:46P| PermaLink
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ARCTIC has released the Freezer 13 heatsink which carries on the legacy of the Freezer 7 Pro Rev.2 The maximum cooling capacity of this newly improved cooler is 200W. Featuring four U-shaped high performance heatpipes and 45 efficiently formed aluminum fins; the Freezer 13 is able to dissipate massive heat that is produced in high-end CPUs, such as Intel Core i7. To facilitate the process of removing waste heat, the Freezer 13 is equipped with an ultra-quiet 92mm PWM fan. The fan speed runs from 600 to 2000 RPM to keep components within their safe operating temperature limit. The Freezer 13 comes with a 6 year limited warranty. It is available in late October. The MSRP is US$35.90/ 27.60€.

Heatsink Dimension: 123 (L) x 96 (W) x 130 (H) mm
Heatsink Material: Aluminum fins x 45, thickness 0.5mm
Heatpipe: U-shaped Ø 8 mm x 4
Fan: 92mm, 600 – 2000 RPM (controlled by PWM)
Air Flow: 36.4 CFM / 61.8m3/h
Maximum Cooling Capacity: 200 Watts
Bearing: Fluid dynamic bearing
Weight: 695g
Compatibility: Intel Socket 1366, 1156, 775 and AMD Socket AM3, AM2+, 939 754

Let Frostytech know what you think about Arctic Cooling... I mean ARTCIC's new Freezer 13 heatsink.

FULL STORY @ ARCTIC-COOLING
(http://www.arctic-cooling.com)


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