How AMD cools the AM-2
Subject: Cases and Cooling | June 1, 2006 - 12:10 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
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."
Here are some more Cases & Cooling reviews from around the web:
- Cooljag SFO-Q
Socket AM2 / 939 Heatsink Review @ Frostytech.com
- Thermalright Ultra-90 K8 CPU
Cooler Review @ MODTHEBOX.COM
- The Antec P150 Quiet PC Case
Review @ Legit Reviews
Symphony Mini @ techPowerUp!
- Vizo Master
Panel @ ThinkComputers.org
D-200 2U Rackmount Chassis Review @ Virtual-Hideout
- Thermaltake Armor Jr. Mid-Tower Case @ PCApex
- Fluid XP+ Extreme Performance Coolant @ PCApex
- iCute 0508 Case @