State of the art cooling

Subject: Cases and Cooling | January 10, 2006 - 01:10 PM |

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. Since this 2005 synopsis is mostly an examination of heatsinks

shot at recent trade shows, we'll jump right into the mix. In the following pages we'll look at

innovative heatsinks by Thermalright, Thermal Integration, Aerocool, Coolermaster, Aopen, Asus,

Evercool, Foxconn, Gigabyte, Global Cooler, Glacialtech, Jetart, Kingcooler, Lexsys, Thermaltake,

Vantec, Zalman and a few others. The first company on that list, recently showcased a variety of

prototypes at a recent trade show FrostyTech attended."

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    Source: Frosty Tech

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