Helping out the heatpipes on MOSFETs and chipsets

Subject: Cases and Cooling | October 10, 2006 - 03:12 PM |
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If you have a motherboard deisgned to passivly cool your chipsets with heatpipes, the new Coolermaster Hyper TX will help.  The idea behind this heatsink & fan is a shroud that redirects some of the airflow onto any heatpipes located near the CPU socket, to turn the passive solution into an active one.  The HardwareZone does note that this is not a universal cooler, there are 2 seperate versions for AMD and Intel.

"Behold the Cooler Master Hyper TX! With a shroud that cleverly helps cool motherboard MOSFETs, could the Cooler Master Hyper TX be the

perfect cooler to match your passively cooled motherboard?"

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