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Old 10th August 2005, 20:33   #1
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Default CoolJag SFO-H Copper A64 Heatsinks Review

When all heatsinks are becoming vertical giants with heatpipes and minimum 120mm fan, you would think heatsink will be the size of your case to keep your processor running smoothly. Cooljag has been manufacturing heatsinks for quite sometime, perhaps longer than many of the giant builders we have come to know recently. SFO-H is the name, with all copper in a Žnormal sizeŽ that wonŽt require motherboard removal, and a surprising small 70mm fan. Can it perform is the question... Shall we find out?

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Forgot to put "Here we see the heavy weights gain a larger advantage as they are able to cope better with the extra heat, the Athlon 64 @ 2650Mhz and 1.55v vcore is putting out close to 120Watt according to this online calculator. "

135 Watt with 1.62v vcore @2.71 GHz
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Both of them are using 70mm ... one of the companies mentioned produces >300,000 units per month. The world is full of should your opinion be minority.

Subjective opinion expresses your feeling; objective opinion benefit you and others. Too much reasoning without logic makes you a very unhappy person.
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Pretty good performance based on here -using heat block with constant ouput for all tests.

http://www.frostytech.com/articlevie...id=1851&page=4
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10dBA louder than Zalman though at ~ same performance
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Yep, higher noise level, but the fan has temp sensor speed control. For motherboard with variable fan control built in as in the DFI nF4, making the noise level tolerable when the system is not running heavy duty stuffs or playing games

Come to think of it, few people are stressing the CPU for work stuffs.
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