Jetart JAKS29 Copper Heatsink Review
The Jetart JAKS29 is a pretty compact little bundle of noise. That distinctive whine comes from the 5000RPM YS Tech fan that is mounted behind a protective wire grille, and you can almost tell that this cooler was built with overclockers in mind. The actual heatsink is comprised of 45 thin copper fins mounted to a 4.5mm thick copper base. 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! The result is a very shiny heatsink which should remain protected from oxidation longer than the bare copper equivalent.
Jetart JAKS29 socket A heatsink is rated for AthlonXP 3000+ processors and higher by the manufacturer, but before you take their word for it, lets test this little bundle of fire out and see four ourselves first hand!
The JAKS29 is vaguely familiar of recent Vantec heatsinks with its copper coloured fan shroud made from anodized aluminum. This is technique that many heatsink manufacturers have adopted since it makes the heatsink look more appealing to consumers. Now, on with the review!
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