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Old 5th November 2003, 23:11   #1
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Did you see an interesting hardware piece and wants us to take a closer look, please let us know in this thread.
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Old 19th July 2006, 12:52   #2
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Old 19th July 2006, 13:20   #3
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The HR-5 is being tested in this roundup HIS X1800GTO IceQ3 Turbo by a fellow reviewer on an Asus K8N Motherboard , but not running SLI afaik, good pics of the setup and layout of the board should give you an idea whether it will fit or not
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Old 19th July 2006, 14:56   #4
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definatly the new enermax fans with the electromagnetic drive

http://www.enermax.com.tw/english/ne...s_01.asp?id=11


If Enermax isn't getting a sample over here, they miss major Futuremark and SPCR pimping by myself if the fans prove themselves.
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Hello! Loved the Intel CPU Heatsink S775 roundup, but it missed a HSF that seems to be cool enough to be there. I'm talking about the Noiseblocker CoolScraper 120 Rev.2 SX1.
It seems that it can actually rotate 360º, so you can have the airflow the way you want. But then again I’ve heard good things from Tuniq Tower 120. And then there is the all around loved Scythe Ninja SCNJ-1000, I may not be able to rotate it like the CoolScraper, but I can choose where to place the 120 fan. What about the Zalman 7700Cu? Those that have it say it’s a good deal cuz it can cool the hardware around it. And what I would like to see is a review of all of them, with the same fan…. =P That’s all…
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Old 24th July 2006, 04:42   #6
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I got something else: PASSIVE heatsinks for Conore roundup.
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Hello! Loved the Intel CPU Heatsink S775 roundup, but it missed a HSF that seems to be cool enough to be there. I'm talking about the Noiseblocker CoolScraper 120 Rev.2 SX1.
It seems that it can actually rotate 360º, so you can have the airflow the way you want. But then again I’ve heard good things from Tuniq Tower 120. And then there is the all around loved Scythe Ninja SCNJ-1000, I may not be able to rotate it like the CoolScraper, but I can choose where to place the 120 fan. What about the Zalman 7700Cu? Those that have it say it’s a good deal cuz it can cool the hardware around it. And what I would like to see is a review of all of them, with the same fan…. =P That’s all…
all the HSF you mentioned have been reviewed already here , except for the CoolScraper which seems to be an EOL product?
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Old 26th July 2006, 15:12   #8
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Hum. Ok I'm sorry for missing that HUGE list of reviews . Not knowing what EOF is (besides the end of file thing), the CoolScraper is a german HSF from
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http://www.noiseblocker.de/en/index.php
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Im curious how well this works.
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it's not a VGA chipset, that's for sure

@Noob47; I made a spelling boo boo , EOL instead of EOF

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