Air cooled goodness for your CPU, GPU, HDD & More
Subject: Cases and Cooling | February 23, 2005 - 12:07 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
Arctic Cooling is keeping up the quality you would expect from them, with their Freezer 4, follow the link to MODTHEBOX and find out more. If your CPU is already in a comfortable temperature range, consider treating your video card to new thermal paste and heatsink, or just extend the life of your hard drives by actively cooling them.
"The second stage of cooling added into the Freezer 4 is the inclusion of four copper heat pipes that are interconnected to a solid copper base. One of the distinct advantages of using heat pipe technology in PC cooling is that it provides some excellent benefits in terms of improving thermal transfer. Arctic Cooling has expanded diameter and bonded each heat pipe allowing this unit the ability to transfer heat up to 200 watts."
Here are some more Cases & Cooling reviews from around the web:
- Scythe Samurai Rev.B @ SweMOD.Com
- Thermaltake's Silent 775 Heatsink @ TechTastic.ca
- Spire CF450BO Heatpipe Skt478 Cooler @ HPH
- Zalman CNPS7000A-AlCu Heatsink @ IPKonfig
- Thermaltake Beetle @ A1 Electronics
Coolermaster CoolDrive Lite HDD Cooler @ ExtremeMHz
Cooler Master Cooldrive Lite @ Tech-Mods.Net
SilenX Luxurae Hard Drive Silencer Review @ OCModShop
Zalman VF700-AlCu @ Overclockers Online
Arctic Cooling Silencer 4 VGA Cooler @ SystemCooling
NVIDIA 6600GT Thermal Paste Upgrade @ TekBunker