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|08-29-2019 10:57 AM|
|skupples||someone used to make a twin-V look alike cooler. that's definitely the weirdest i've ever seen. CompUSA always had them in stock.|
|08-29-2019 10:08 AM|
|Playapplepie||That thing is definitely funky looking. Though oddly enough it's not the weirdest I've seen. The most weird cooler I've seen was when a buddy of mine built a spare machine and for some reason used a can of soda, still full, as the heat sink. He would lay the rig down flat and set the can on top of the chip with a layer of thermal goop. It was as efficient as you'd expect. IIRC the idle temp was like 66 degrees C lol.|
|08-29-2019 08:52 AM|
Zalman were quite good. Not the very best but in group just below best .. CNPS9900DF performed about same as HR-01 (predecessor to Macho from cc13 years ago). Latest Zalman CNPS9900 Max works well. Biggest problem is it's almost impossible to replace their fans .. and my 1st / olders coolers now being 13+ years old have had fans replace twice.
|08-29-2019 03:59 AM|
|08-29-2019 03:11 AM|
Reminds me of a lot of the coolers from the early 2000's.
|08-26-2019 05:13 PM|
That would go partially in keeping those super high temps in check, from this latest 3900x design.
|08-26-2019 12:40 PM|
I remember those! I Thermalright's owner and I had an extened emailed discussion before/during their development. We had many interesting conversations about cooling.
Zalman TNN 500AF is one that actually made it into production and sales.
Sorry, but I hate video reviews. I tried to skim through it for the good stuff .. didn't see any. Lots of babble and very little actual data.
Indeed, or use a current low wattage CPU.
3900X 65W TDP mode (3900 non-X model) using 88W total package power (PPT), 60A TDC (thermal current), 90A EDC (electrical current). But then again I have learned to never under estimate teletubbies techtubers.
1.40 fixed voltage is what they are showing their viewers for 7nm CPU overclocking.
Paul's hardware & Bitwit made fun of Biostar for releasing the first Ryzen mini-ITX board because Biostar used the X370 chipset. It didn't matter to them that it was a $109 board and actually not bad.
They later did another video where they actually had the product at hand and tested it. Surprise it wasn't bad. Unlike those two youtubers.
@Ramzinho stop watching youtube and be more active on OCN. We good cookies.
|08-26-2019 08:32 AM|
Looks like a lamp shade
|08-26-2019 07:11 AM|
also...something like a concept like Zalman TNN 500AF could serve as a giant cooler for a TEC then use the cold side to cool a 240mm rad
|08-26-2019 06:56 AM|
|s1rrah||I'd still hack a giant fan on to it.|
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