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Old 11th August 2006, 23:41   #1
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Motherboard Chipset Cooler Roundup

Six heatsinks, one chipset, and a truckload full screws. We mount these little metal blocks onto a hot nForce4 motherboard to find out which one cools best and is most SLI friendly.

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Old 12th August 2006, 00:54   #2
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that result on the zalman is amazing, if that thing would be stock on the DS3 it would be perfect
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The market for third party chipset coolers has not been a very big one, but not with hotter motherboard chipsets from NVIDIA its gaining popularity
not=> now?
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Old 12th August 2006, 11:49   #5
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I think, the popularitiy comes more from noisy chipset fans and crappy stock solutions than just from hot chipsets.


most Core 2 come with passive cooling so that might reduce demand
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Old 14th August 2006, 22:53   #6
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very first paragraph:
* "listing" -> "listening"
* "this chipset" is kinda strange when not a specific model is specified, "the latest chipsets" would be better
* "or relied on a small fan that had to spin incredibly and was very noisy." I reckon the word 'fast' was unconsciously dropped somewhere

second paragraph
"ruining" should be dropped altogether in the sentence

page 2, first paragraph:
"took quite some effort", bad use in this context, should be "put quite some effort"

page 3, second paragraph:
"is fairly easy to the use", drop 'the'
third paragraph: would rephrase the first sentence to 'So switching to the Blue Ice Pro is a bigger change than the suffix alone would make you believe.'

page 5, first paragraph:
* "Jing Ting as a company may not sound very familiar in your ears" litteral translation from dutch, better would be "Jing Ting is not a company most are familiar with"
* "Don't mind going .." is the wrong saying in this context, correct would be "Don't bother going .."

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Fixed !

Thanks for your input.
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Old 15th August 2006, 21:35   #8
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my fault on the errors left in the article, thanks for notcing & reporting them HitenMitsurugi & Piotke for fixing them
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Old 16th August 2006, 12:07   #9
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Nice review, but i guess the only cooler that would work on my mobo will be the Jing Ting.

Btw, what's aluminum ? Do you, by any chance, mean aluminium ?
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aluminium is UK spelling, aluminum is US spelling
http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/aluminum
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