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Jetart JAKS29 Copper Heatsink Review
Jetart JAKS29 Copper Heatsink Review
Abstract: As if that weren't sufficient enough, after soldering the fins to the copper base the entire copper fin assembly has then been plated in copper!

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Jetart   Cooling / Heatsinks   Dec 28, 2003   Max Page  

Home > Reviews > Page: Examining the heatsink close up

Jetart JAKS29 Heatsink From All Angles
The Fan:

The seven bladed impeller on this 25mm thick YS Tech fan generates roughly 55.8dB of noise according to our real-world measurements. The fan grill looks nice, and helps to prevent stray wires from getting stuck in the impeller which rotates at 5000 RPM. The fan connects to standard 3-pin fan header on the motherboard, and supports RPM monitoring.

Heatsink Top:
The clip mechanism hides between the fins instead of sitting in a 6mm wide clearing. With more fins running directly over where the heatsink comes in contact with the processor, the JAKS29 should have an edge. Each fin measures roughly 0.3mm thick, and are spaced 1mm apart.

Side A:

The 70mm fan attaches to the aluminum shroud with screws, and is held 3.5mm above the tips of the 45 copper fins for better airflow characteristics. Since the base of the heatsink is 70x60mm is size, the aluminum shroud bows out at the top to accommodate the 70mm fan size. There is a square hole in the base of the fins, but we can only assume that this is for another version of this heatsink as it serves no purpose on the JAKS29.

Side B:
Jetart have equipped the JAKS29 with a tool free clip which is a relief from so many other heatsinks which require the use of a screwdriver. The clip applies pressure to the heatsink with two slim lengths of metal that sit between the fins. In this way, there is no reason to remove any fins to make room for the clip on the heatsink. The copper base plate measures 4.5mm thick.

Heatsink Base:

A highly finished base can go a long way to improving the overall efficiency of a heatsink. In this regard the Jetart JAKS29 handle things pretty well. The base is super smooth, and nice and flat over the mounting area.

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Table of Contents:

 1:  Jetart JAKS29 Copper Heatsink Review
 2: — Examining the heatsink close up
 3:  Heatsink Thermal/Acoustic Test Parameters
 4:  Surface Roughness / Acoustic Comparisons
 5:  Synthetic Temperature Test Results

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