Professional Heatsink Abusers

Subject: Cases and Cooling | January 9, 2006 - 11:40 AM |
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Heatsink manufacturers are proud of the way they accuratly test heatsinks to ensure that they are sufficient for the various types of processors out there.  In fact they are proud enough to show the various ways they test heatsinks and Thermal Interface Materials to FrostyTech.

"Have you ever wondered how a heatsink manufacturer tests its new heatsinks to ensure what you buy

will do the job? AMD and Intel each do it a little bit differently, and the methods of each

respective microprocessor manufacturer change with each successive CPU class. It's rare for any

heatsink manufacturer to show off the test platform used for validating prototype heatsinks, but

at a recent trade show in Taipei, FrostyTech was shown one such platform for Intel Pentium 4

LGA775 heatsinks."


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