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Originally Posted by _Chimera View Post
Where does it show how much watts of heat it can shed?

Here ya go......

http://www.novelconceptsinc.com/thinsink.htm

Edited by Obakemono - 5/10/11 at 2:57pm
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"Licensing and Prototypes

Novel Concepts is pursuing partnering and licensing opportunities for its ThinSink technologies, as well as licensing opportunities for its portfolio of patents and patent applications."

I'd say many companies are going to be interested in this and I'd say many are not paying $750 per a unit to try.

Will be interesting to see what this brings for the future. It's not about how much heat it can dissipate but rather how much heat for such a small footprint. Which being the size it is, if what is claimed is accurate, many applications can be found for it.

I'm mainly confused on the ability to have it molded out of plastic.
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We could do with thinsinks for GPU's and maybe CPU's for that matter.
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No, you clearly didn't, otherwise you wouldn't be making remarks about people actually buying it. Also, irrelevant information, but nice try, trying to flaunt.
Someone clearly has their panties in a twist. Not all of that commentary was directed solely and your response. Notice, multiple quotes? Trying to flaunt? What am I trying to flaunt? How is commenting on what is clearly a untested product flaunting anything. But whatever. I said go ahead and buy it, which it (the article) clearly states can be done. With the implication of anyone here buying it to test it. That is the only thing that should have been read between the lines.

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Assumption? No, that would be to take information as a given. A consideration, yes. I said PROBABLY.
Basis for the foundation of your saying "PROBABLY"? Where?

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You're one to make remarks about assumptions when you assume I want to buy one. The point is you make derisive remarks like that when the product is clearly not meant for the mainstream market at this point. Let me quote you:
How you take a statement which is quite obviously not deriding you as such is beyond me. I'm not assuming "you want to buy one". If your so staunch in your defense of the product, then I'm challenging you (or anyone)to buy one and prove it's merits, of which I doubt there are any.

It has nothing to do with "mainstream market", it has everything to do with the fact that if anyone is willing to purchase this, or any other unproven, untested product for a large lump sum such as this...is quite simply an idiot.

Everywhere else you see outlandish claims of product performance you'd be screaming for benchmarks, or other applicable real world tests. Demanding proof of concept. Yet here, with every indication to the contrary, people are intent on sticking their heads in the sand and believing in this.

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Huh, so even if it goes into mass production (for use in popular devices) it'll be $750? You assume that the cooler will be consistently priced at $750, I can see why though as every other pre-produc- oh wait. The article clearly states,
I make no assumptions except on the basis that metallurgically, concerning thermal conductance, the idea isn't sound. But, go ahead and put whatever you feel like in there. I was on the other hand, giving a priced as of this particular moment assessment. Which is the only price given at hand. Pray tell, please look into your crystal ball and tell me what the price in your given scenario may be? Because not ever, has their been a heatsink that was marketed at such a obscene price without any data whatsoever. Even if it does come down with en mass purchasing power. The price structure is not likely to come down consumer wise for years. IF it even works like they claim.

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Honestly, I'd say you were a troll. Feel free to assume more about the product's status and my own intent. Degeneration at its worst.
Speaking of deriding comments...

At no time did I insult you. Which only leaves one here who is trolling. I'm done with this convo. Have a nice day.
Edited by Lucky 13 SpeedShop - 5/10/11 at 4:29pm
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post #46 of 54
Here's a list of their clients:


3M
Agilent Technologies
Apple Computer
Applied Biosystems
Applied Materials
British Telecommunications (BT)
Cloud, LLC
Cutera
Cymer
Cytyc
Daylight Solutions
Delta Electronics Group
Device Semiconductor
Estari
Formation
IdeaLab
Intel
KDS Computers
Life Technologies
Meggitt Defense Systems
Nidec Corporation
Philips
Red Digital Cinema Camera Company
Sanera Systems
Sanyo Denki Corporation
Syracuse Research Corporation
Tampa Microwave
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Believe when I see it.
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Already posted that.
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post #49 of 54
This marketing hype with no proof reminds me of the Danamics LMX heatsink - lots of claims were made for that also and where is it now?
Edited by nub - 5/11/11 at 3:55pm
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6000rpm fan?
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