PCPer! you heatsink too small!! enlarge it with new product!!! & more
June 9, 2004 - 04:07 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
Is that a heatsink or a jet engine? Heatsinks designed for the Prescott seem to prove that AMD no longer deserves to be though of as the producer of the hottest chips around, and Legit Reviews shows off some displays from Computex. Another round-up of Prescott heatsinks, an new company just starting out and a neat little device from Logisys round out today's cooling news.
Quote: "One of the first things noticed about the new socket, LGA775, is the size of the heatsinks used to cool the new prescotts which will initially be used to cool Intel's new chip. Time will tell how exactly these large and heavy cooling solutions will perform, but for now, we can at least show you what they look like with a little hint of opinion based on our past experiences."
Here are some more Cases & Cooling reviews from around the web:
- P4 Cooler Pentathlon (5 way shootout) @ bit-news
- CoolSonic IceCube HSF @ 3DVelocity
- Kool Solutions Chill Vent II Deluxe CV-288 @ Madshrimps
- Thermaltake Tower 112 Cu @ Legion Hardware
- Logisys 3D Edge Fan @ Envy News
- Logisys 3D Edge Fan Review @ VH
- PrimeCooler Hypercool HC I+ / HC II+ - 3in1 HSF Review @ Madshrimps
- Thermaltake Extreme Spirit North and South Bridge Cooling Kit Reviewed @ Hi-TechReviews.com