State of the art cooling

Subject: Cases and Cooling | January 10, 2006 - 01:10 PM |
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FrostyTech takes a look at the advances in cooling over 2005.  More than just a shootout of heatsinks, they examine what changes have been made to the way we cool our hotplates ... er ... processors.  Read the article to see if you missed any products, and get an idea of what to expect from 2006.

"This article is a follow-up to the 2004 issue which looked at all the latest heatsinks and

cooling systems from that period.

Source: Frosty Tech

Professional Heatsink Abusers

Subject: Cases and Cooling | January 9, 2006 - 02:40 PM |
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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?

Source: Frosty Tech

Gingerbread Computer!

Subject: Cases and Cooling | December 23, 2005 - 03:56 PM |
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I saw this one over at HardOCP this morning and thought I would share it with you all as well.  How would like to build your very own gingerbread computer!






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ThermalTake's Unconventional Radiator-Waterblock

Subject: Cases and Cooling | December 21, 2005 - 01:30 PM |
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Pro-Clockers takes a look at the Thermatake Big Typhoon heatpipe cooler. This heatsink is an absolute monstrosity when it comes to size, but how does it perform? nvNews tackles another Thermaltake product, the Volcano 4005. This cooler is an odd waterblock with an integrated radiator and weighs almost 1kg with a fan.

Source: NVnews

ATI X1800 XT and X1800 XL Review @ PCPer

Subject: Cases and Cooling | December 20, 2005 - 09:40 AM |
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Today we're taking a look at the ATI X1800XT and XL CrossFire cards. Performance and features look promising, but is availability and pricing haunting ATI yet again?

Morning Cooling News

Subject: Cases and Cooling | December 19, 2005 - 09:52 AM |
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The guys over at PimpRig have posted a review of Coollaboratory's Liquid Metal thermal interface.

Source: PimpRig

Building a heat machine

Subject: Cases and Cooling | December 15, 2005 - 03:19 PM |
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Procooling gives you a glimpse into the creation of a heat testing rig.  See how you build a die simulator, and learn about heat transferance at the same time.

'What it comes down to is that we are perhaps moving out of a period where die simulator

advantages far outweighed their drawbacks into a time where the complexity of CPUs as heat sources

may preclude simulating them with simple copper dies.

Streaming audio get easier everyday

Subject: Cases and Cooling | December 14, 2005 - 06:41 PM |
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Slim Devices Squeezebox Network Media Player lets you stream audio wirelessly.  Simply set up your PC with software, to become the Slim Server and the Squeezebox will play through whatever type of speaker system you hook up.  Get the full review at Think Computers.

'Media, over the past few years all different types have been flooding our lives, from music to

video we see it everyday. There are services to download music and video now. We have MP3 players

and media players.

Give your video card some jewlery for Christmas

Subject: Cases and Cooling | December 14, 2005 - 12:02 PM |
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Motherboards.org has posted a review of Swiftech's MC14 BGA Memory Heatsinks, which is a package of 8 copper heatsinks, each  14mm3.  While they may not help a card that already has sufficient cooling, it may bring new life to an older card.

"While the initial gain of 8MHz isn't anything special, it still is enough to garner many an

overclocker's attention.

RAM that Tesla could fall in love with

Subject: Cases and Cooling | December 13, 2005 - 07:01 PM |
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OCZ's PC-3200 Gold Voltage eXtreme was built to be overvolted, in fact it loves it.  Read the full review at Adrian's Rojak Pot to see if these DIMM's are the holy grail for overclockers.

"Overclockers love playing with voltages, clock speeds and timings to get the maximum out of their

memory modules. The OCZ PC-3200 Gold Voltage eXtreme modules allow them to do just that with its

incredible overclockability and affinity for high voltages.

Source: Tech ARP