Scythe NCU-2000 Pentium4 Heatsink Review

@ 2004/09/13
"The Scythe NCU-2000 is a revised version of the TS Heatronics NCU-1000 fanless heatsink, offering up compatibility with the Socket 754/939 Athlon64 processors as well as the good old Pentium 4 CPU. What makes the NCU-2000 unique is that it is an entirely passive cooling solution. It functions by making use of the air currents that exist within a computer case to keep itself, and the processor cool. While the Scythe NCU-2000 is technically a 'zero noise' heatsink, it cannot operate without some degree of air flowing over its fins."

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Comment from Sidney @ 2004/09/14
Funny indeed.

Changing gear to Frosty comparison:

http://www.frostytech.com/articlevie...id=1645&page=6

Notice CoolJag 66IC; and JMC 401100
Based on Frostytech table I had high hope with the CoolJag before [M] review; turned out it was not even close; repeated the test again just now. Same difference. No idea.

JMC, still as good as any top guys in my experience.
Comment from jmke @ 2004/09/13
da scythe ncu-2000 is a revised version of da ts eatronics ncu-1000 fanless eatsink, offerin up compatilibity wiv da socket 754/939 athlon64 processors as well as da wicked batty pentium 4 cpu. wot makes da ncu-2000 unique is dat it is an entirely passive wickedin solution. it functions by makin use of da air currents dat exist within a poota case to keep itself, and da processa wicked. while da scythe ncu-2000 is technically a 'zero noise' eatsink, it cannot operate without some degree of air flowin ova its fins

Too damn funny
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