How AMD cools the AM-2

Subject: Cases and Cooling | June 1, 2006 - 09:10 AM |
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If you have been wondering what AMD has been using to cool it's Socket AM-2 displays and reference setups, it's called the AVC Z7U7414001.  Frosty Tech reviews it here, so take a look as it is probably the fan that will be included in retail AM-2 packages.

"Want to know what heatsink AMD rely's on for its socket AM2 Athlon64 FX and Athlon64 X2 reference

platforms? The AVC Z7U7414001 heatsink. While this cooler certainly lacks a catchy name, for an OEM

heatsink it packs a big punch in a little package. The AVC Z7U7414001's thermally responsive fan

enables the heatsink to automatically adjust its fan speed as ambient case temperature dictates, thus

decreasing noise output as much as possible."

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Source: Frosty Tech
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