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http://www.aerocool.com.tw/aerocool-...p103/dp103.htm

DP-103 Deep Impact Series (Step by step installation)



Heat Sink SpecificationFan SpecificationDimension = Tube x 2 (8mm diameter) , 40 Fins - 76mmx50mm

Speed2000~3500 rpmAir flow21.5~38.73 cfmNoise20.3~36.4 dbaBearingsleeveMaterial = Superconductor Tube + Aluminum FinFeaturesApplications8mm Superconductor tubes
for improved thermal conductivityUnique "flower shape" fan blade" designAMD: Athlon XP 3600+ and higher , Athlon 64
Intel: P4 socket 478 3.6Ghz and higherFull aluminum cooler w/2 superconductor
tubes for max performanceBlue LED alien eyes on both sidesWeightMount 1 more fan on the opposite side to the exsiting fan to increase cooling performance.
(70mm or 80mm fans)Cooler Weight = 430g
 

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that is quite possibly the most gaudy thing I have ever seen inside a case. I mean, its so gaudy it would probably look great in a Xazer V.
 

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Originally Posted by Denmor

that is quite possibly the most gaudy thing I have ever seen inside a case. I mean, its so gaudy it would probably look great in a Xazer V.

dont knock my xaser v...lol but it says "superconductor tube"- i don't know what that is/made of, but i still love my ttt112. all copper 6 heatpipes, excellent heat dissipation capability.
 
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