Testing heatsinks on an almost unlimited budget
Subject: General Tech | August 7, 2007 - 11:55 AM | Jeremy Hellstrom
SPCR managed to finagle a tour of Gigabyte's high tech testing chambers, where their new line of cooling products undergoes testing. They have some impressive cabinets for testing temperatures under precisely controlled environments, and you have to see the audio testing chamber for yourself in the article.
"Gigabyte arranged an exclusive tour for SPCR of its impressive anechoic and thermal testing chambers in Taipei
during Computex 2007. These are among the ultimate tools for acoustic/thermal analysis. Here's a mini-tour for SPCR
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