Cooling off big time & More
Subject: Cases and Cooling | June 8, 2005 - 03:58 PM | Alex Marsters
Quietly cooling todays CPU's often means a huge heatsink and a 120mm fan. How about a heatsink from Thermaltake that the reviewer at futurelooks summed up as "B
igger than a Mac Mini". If that's too much metal for you, consider the 2 multifunction display panels, including one that knows when you've got mail.
'Good heatsinks are a little hard to come by these days as CPUs get hotter and hotter. We either get good performers at high noise levels or "ok" performers at low noise levels. Today, we look at ThermalTake's Big Typhoon, which promises to help cool your CPU well but at a low noise level.'
Here are some more Cases & Cooling reviews from around the web:
The Matrix Orbital MX620 Review @ CaseModGod.com
Logisys Beta Remote Multifunction PanelReview@Virtual-HideoutE
Waffer Technologies PC Air Conditioner PAC 400 @ PimpRig Review
Kool Solutions Chill Vent Memory Cooling @ XYZ Computing