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Old 29th October 2004, 01:25   #11
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awesome review..i'll have to wait for the 2nd part ...and drool even more...
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Hey death metal, thank you for your comment!

ps: you work at Intel?
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Old 29th October 2004, 20:01   #13
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nice read, good job.
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Old 29th October 2004, 22:55   #14
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Excellent roundup! GJ
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article received small update

"Update: I was informed that Thermalright has released a LGA775 retention bracket for Socket 478 coolers, pictured here. So every Heatsink in this roundup which uses the default Intel retention bracket can be installed on LGA775 by using this nifty product!"

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hey Saaya, mounting a delta on a heatsink will make it perform very nicely, temperature difference between the top performing heatsinks now with the high output 80mm Coolink will shrink to mere degrees and half degrees.

I don't know why you'd say that "Tower heatsinks are not really worth it" seeing as the small TTIC NPH-1 ranked quite high and doesn't cost that much..
yeah, but when it comes to the best performing heatsinks the tower heatsinks are still not beating the traditional heatpipe heatsinks
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yeah, but when it comes to the best performing heatsinks the tower heatsinks are still not beating the traditional heatpipe heatsinks

look at results with LOW speed fans
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