Get some cooling onto cluttered chipsets

Subject: Cases and Cooling | March 8, 2006 - 01:45 PM |

The Jing Ting Force chipset cooler, reviewed by Big Bruin, is designed specifically for upgrading the cooling of chipsets that are in a very tight space.  As cases and motherboards get more cluttered, with muliple oversized vidoe cards or large CPU heatsinks, smong other things, it is very hard to upgrade the cooling for the actual chipsets.  Give them a read, and see how well this cooler really works.

"With the current layout of motherboards based on the nVidia nForce4 chipset, the physical chip is

usually located between, or just below, the PCI Express slots. Your only option for an upgrade

over the stock chipset cooler is generally another low-profile cooler which might not provide much

benefit. Jing Ting has designed a new chipset cooler that takes this into account, and has

implemented a heat pipe into their design which takes the bulk of the cooler's body away from the

default location."

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    Source: Big Bruin

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