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Copper Honeycomb Concept Heatsink - BBHS Thermal Solutions Corp - FrostyTech.com Copper Honeycomb Concept Heatsink - BBHS Thermal Solutions Corp
Mon Dec 27, 2010 | 8:17P| PermaLink
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"BBHS Thermal Solutions Corp is a thermal management and engineering company whose primary production method is cold-forging. Services Include: conceptual and detail heat sink and metal design prototyping heat sink testing consulting, thermal modeling and mechanical CAD services manufacturing of thermal management solutions, heat sinks other metal parts. Faceplates, cold-plates, heat pipes, embedded heat pipes, embedded copper, aluminum, copper and many other metals."

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Thermaltake Element Q Mini ITX Case  - FrostyTech.com Thermaltake Element Q Mini ITX Case
Wed Feb 24, 2010 | 9:01A| PermaLink
A case that has some promise in what we are looking for is new Thermaltake Element Q. The Q (as we will call it) fits right in home with the other members of the Element as it shares the same black and red profiles we have seen in the Element V, T and S. Straight lines, little flash and very attractive. One of the unique things about the Q is that it is one of a few pure ITX cases that will allow the user to recycle one of their own 5.25" optical drives and not having to broke the bank buying a slim-line drive. But is this the only benefit the Q has to offer to a would-be purchasers? Nope. But you have to read on to find out what else.
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