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http://www.engadget.com/2012/04/23/nofan-cr-95c-fanless-copper-cpu-cooler/
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This unassuming little work of art is the copper special edition of the NOFAN CR-95C, which is rated to cool CPUs of up to 100W TDP without the need for a fan. Judging from all the Intel and AMD leaks, that level efficiency ought to have you covered regardless of whether you opt for Ivy Bridge or Trinity.
Oh copper.
What can't you do? wubsmiley.gif


Conduct heat better than spider silk
http://www.wired.co.uk/news/archive/2012-03/07/spider-silk-conducts-heat
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post #82 of 96
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Conduct heat better than spider silk
http://www.wired.co.uk/news/archive/2012-03/07/spider-silk-conducts-heat

Or silver, which I believe is the best conductor of heat (that is metal).
Edited by lordikon - 4/25/12 at 6:05am
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post #83 of 96
Can you imagine buying heatsinks made out of silver? It'd cost more than your whole system haha.
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post #84 of 96
They only place I see a use for this is in a fully submerged mineral-oil cooled pc. A heat sink like this would be good at spreading the heat out in that situation.

But really how many people have their system sitting in oil?rolleyes.gif
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They only place I see a use for this is in a fully submerged mineral-oil cooled pc. A heat sink like this would be good at spreading the heat out in that situation.
But really how many people have their system sitting in oil?rolleyes.gif

I agree, it will be perfect in submerged cooling. thumb.gif
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Can you imagine buying heatsinks made out of silver? It'd cost more than your whole system haha.

There are waterblocks with silver bases. Costs a lot though tongue.gif
 
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post #87 of 96
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Rather have an inaudible 500RPM fan....

Yeah no fan makes me think my computer is deadl.. biggrin.gif
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post #88 of 96
Very pretty and shiny,But I wouldn't get nor need one.
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Originally Posted by lordikon View Post

Or silver, which I believe is the best conductor of heat (that is metal).

Just for kicks I checked on this. You are 100% correct. Pure copper is close 386, copper alloy is 388, silver 418. Most surprising was gold @ 318... Conductivity= W/m-C


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Yeah no fan makes me think my computer is deadl.. biggrin.gif

No fan, it will be. You have to have a fan to move air.

The engineers have tried it on every computer part there is, all fail. Its good for repairs and selling parts.
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post #90 of 96
Doesn't looks that great imo, a good heatsink + a 600rpm 120mm fan looks much better and almost as silence as this over-sized piece of copper.
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