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Old 2nd July 2008, 12:48   #1
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Intel Core 2 Extreme CPU got a special treatment from the Intel thermal management department; a fancy large CPU cooler with 110cm LED fan and copper heat column. How does it compare to the other Intel reference coolers? Is it an alternative for 3rd party heatsinks, let us find out!

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I want one.
Make that two.
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I want one.
Make that two.
You serious ? Or do you just want the cpu that comes with it

Anyway, just food for thought : would the heatsink do better when combined with a 45nm quad core (for which it is intended) ? Heat load would be spread more evenly over the HS with 4 cores... Any thoughts ?
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most apps are single threaded, which would mean the cores would be loaded differently most of the time, causing uneven heat creation over the HSF base
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Just the cooler. I'll be frank that I really find not much of use the way I compute in using quad core.
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