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Old 6th March 2006, 10:50   #1
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Jing Ting JTS-0005 Motherboard Chipset Cooler Review

We test a heat pipe powered chipset cooling equipped with 40mm fan and a rather unique design; can it keep the nForce4 SLI running cool? Find out in this review.

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Old 7th March 2006, 03:21   #2
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nice cooler but i would have liked seeing its temps without the fan (passive), to see if its doable with the temps using it passive with good case airflow.
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Old 7th March 2006, 07:02   #3
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I think you might have seen a greater change in temps when replacing a std chipset heatsink and fan assembly.
My problem with this unit is it's cost: Currently it's US$39.95 which is $10 MORE than an AC Freezer 64 Pro CPU Cooler from the same supplier. I really wanted one of these but....
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@FireTech: the Freezer is not a chipset cooler, but I also find a price of US$40 quite steep. // if you look into the Blue Ice review you see it improves the temp by ~10C over the std hsf and fan on the Asus A8N-SLI. ( also check out: http://www.bigbruin.com/reviews05/re...ingting&file=3 )

@Soundwave: if you have a 120mm intake fan in your case, you can set it up to blow air over the JTS-0005, the 40mm fan is only moving a very small amount of air, so any airmovement in the neighbourhood of this unit will be sufficient.
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What were they thinking?

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@FireTech: the Freezer is not a chipset cooler, but I also find a price of US$40 quite steep.
That was my point! They are asking 25-30% MORE for a chipset cooler when compared with a decent CPU cooler...
I've been following this product for a while, even as a prototype on a Taiwan forum and thought I'd got the translation wrong. All the guys there went from "I want one now!" to "How much? No way!"
It'll be interesting to see how the new Thermalright chipset cooler is priced on release (even though I think it's less practical than the JT for a lot of MB's).
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how about this modded Zalman GPU cooling
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Old 13th March 2006, 03:06   #7
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He's killed a VF700Cu!!
Smart thinking but limited in orientation choices..
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Retail price for the JTS-0005 should be closer to $30 according to Jing Ting, they are looking into solutions to keep the freight costs down
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Old 14th March 2006, 18:44   #9
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Interesting news, thanks. Have they mentioned worldwide distribution or is it order direct? Any physical dimensions/tech drawing downloads to check compatability (Thermalright do this)?
Thanks for pursuing this one!
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Old 14th March 2006, 18:59   #10
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I can only point at the Freezer 4 mod for chipset cooling.

it's the alpha and omega for chipset cooling


it would be cool to see AC selling that, they just need to remove the fan and cut out the middle, it would probably be pretty cheap then too
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