Heatsinks, Fan Controllers & More
Subject: Cases and Cooling | November 17, 2004 - 11:48 AM | Jeremy Hellstrom
hi-techreviews puts Scythe's new heatpipe based heatsink to the test, and gives it high marks. Also, the ATake Phantom is a very inexpensive solution for older Socket A/P3 systems you might have running Seti@Home. Plus, if you want to get some more control over your 9800pro, read the article at techpowerup!
"We have reviewed numerous products from Scythe USA in the past and each one of them was somehow unique in its design and the Scythe's new SCKKR-1000 Kamakiri Heatsink is no exception. Offering a total of six heatpipes cooled in what can best be described as a push-me-pull ventilation system. With this products ability to be used on seven different types of motherboards (Socket: 775 - 478 -754 -940 - 939 - A - 370) it should be one heatsink that allows the users to keep using it over and over again. When test against another major company's heatpipe style heatsink we found out that not all heatpipe based heatsinks are created equal."
Here are some more Cases & Cooling reviews from around the web:
- Cooler Master Hyper 48 @ Viper Lair
- Thermalright XP-90 @ OCIA.net
- ATake Phantom Robot Accipiter @ Phoronix
- Cooljag JACE2DC/180 1U Socket 478 Heatsink @ pcstats
- Gigabyte 3D Rocket Cooler @ gotapex
Adding fan control to the 9800 Pro with XT PCB @ techPowerUp!
Vantec NXP-201 and Vantec Fans Review @ dvhardware
AeroCool GateWatch Control/Monitoring Panel @ systemcooling
Aerocool Gatewatch Controller Review @ 3DX
Spire CF203-NEB DigiPanel Fan Controller Review @ 3DX