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Old 18th March 2004, 11:44   #1
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Default Coolermaster - Chapter 2 It Cools In and Out!

Cooler Master press release March 18th 2004

The world largest computer exhibition - Cebit is finally opened, Cooler Master is showing a lot of innovative products this time. Last time we introduced our chassis line, this time we are going to show you our new cooling products
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more products, photo's and info --> .PDF
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Old 18th March 2004, 11:46   #3
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Default Hyper 6 The 6-Heatpipe Power of Cooling

this is looking good ->

Features:
1. Six embedded heat pipes provide superb heat dissipation.
2. Special heatsink design - maximum cooling performance at any mounted angle.
3. Raised base design to avoid interfering with components surrounding the CPU such as capacitors and fan connectors.
4. 100% copper fins and special welding techniques enable seamless connections between fins and pipes.
5. High-density fins provide a large surface area for heat dissipation.
6. Greater cooling performance with optional high speed 80mm fan.
7. Perfect for all K8 and P4 CPUs.
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My pics from Coolermaster @ Cebit 2004

Heatpipe bonanza ->
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Old 21st March 2004, 12:34   #8
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sweet heatpipe heatsink
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coolermaster kit looks superb, but i'm afraid that the performance will suck, looking at that waterblock.
can't they just make something that fit's in 2 5,25" bays and packs quality components from other manufacturers?
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if the waterblock is copper it's not that bad then
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