A heatsink without a fan & More
Subject: Cases and Cooling | October 20, 2004 - 03:20 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
Fanless cooling is becoming more and more popular, and it seems to work to! If putting a dozen or so 50 decibel fans in your system just doesn't appeal to you, then try out this Thermaltake Heatsink after reading Red & Blackness' review. Or if you are a deadicated overclocker, maybe one of these heatsink & fan combos is more up to your speed.
"We will take a look at a completely fanless solution from Thermaltake today. We have a socket 754 cooler for AMD64 which we will test out and see if it really can perform good enough to sit on a rig. It has two big heatsinks connected to each other by heatpipes. We will see how it does under normal use and under overclocking."
Here are some more Cases & Cooling reviews from around the web:
- Cooler Master's Hyper 6 @ bit-tech
- Scythe Kama CPU Cooler @ Phoronix
- Thermalright SI-97 Socket A Heatsink @ Systemcooling