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Old 28th June 2004, 04:47   #1
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"Thermaltake's Combo Cool DIY series of heatsinks features broad cross-platform compatibility as one of its hallmarks, and the heatsink we're looking at today, the CL-P0006 Pipe101, is no exception. It supports AMD K7 and K8 as well as Intel Socket 478 applications, and with its solid copper construction and four big heatpipes, it looks primed to perform. We'll find out soon whether its looks and features translate into great cooling performance."

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"The first thing you're going to notice from the performance figures is that the Pipe101 did not perform particularly well at low fan speeds, and in fact barely outperformed the stock Intel heatsink. "

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"The first thing you're going to notice from the performance figures is that the Pipe101 did not perform particularly well at low fan speeds, and in fact barely outperformed the stock Intel heatsink. "

but it looks great . But yes, I expected some greater performance too.
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I was sort of teasing pijo; time to put CV on the Stocker and get better performance than with it at high speed. All data comes from his own reviews.; )
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