Discussion in 'Overclocking & Cooling' started by AthlonTom, 8 Mar 2006.
Taken from another site - link not allowed I'm afraid
EDIT: Pic as requested
< $50, good stuff
that is some performer
seems a bit pointless with their new cooler chips comin out soon.
But it can keep the new cooler chips, cooler than the stock cooler
Yeah but I bet the quad cores on the roadmap will still get hot!
We can link to bit-tech can't we?????
I did before and got told off!
just checked with gibbo and he says it's fine to link to bit-tech so everyone feel free to click here
@athlon - you might want to add it to the OP
Looks promising, one small snag though, with metal tubing, that allows some flexibility in what case/mobo it'll fit then , or will it be supplied with a free holesaw
Great idea but that "flimsy tubing" they mentioned does have a very big plus point, and they said all the others had their flaws
Mental...1.21GHZ OC on that thing and load of 62c!!!!!
$50, £30ish for us
Intel might be doing low heat chips and all and thus is offering silly clocks
I would like to see a direct comparison against top end heat pipe coolers to be honest.
you preslers dont run THAT hot for dual cores anyway
and there DAMN good clockers
Just been on my mates presler thats dual core and at 5ghz and i found it rather pants to be honest
wow that looks nice...nice and cheap! one of these and a conroe in time for xmas
drazic - sounds to me something was badly set up/ bottlenecked by other components, they are really fast at that speed - maybe mem bandwidth?
My thoughts exactly, it just looks like a heatpipe cooler filled with water and bent round
how cynical of you guys, but then one cant expect too much for £30 lol
30£... are you guys kiddin? this is a great overall package to be used even by the n00bz
I'd buy one if it ever reaches production as you can be it will not invalidate their 3 year CPU warranty.
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