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Old 4th October 2003, 16:06   #1
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Heavy mofo.

I wonder how it performs...

http://www.aerocool.com.tw/aerocool-...oler/dp102.htm
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damn nice thing....

with 2 silent papst fans this will be a very quiet cooler
 
Old 4th October 2003, 18:58   #3
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special design to say the least
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Old 4th October 2003, 20:27   #4
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yes it's quite an special design

but it seems like a modified heatpipe construction
yet a nice cooler

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Old 4th October 2003, 21:04   #5
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been tested anywhere?

edit: didnt find anything on google. (must admit, didnt really search, but still..)
 
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i don't get it. coolers are supposed to be anti-aerodynamic. Air resistance= cooling. if the air goes right through it, how can it absorb the heat?

ow, and what about space? you'll need a BIG motherboad with lots of space around the socket for that one (unless your capacitors are very small)
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couldn't it be bigger?
 
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i don't get it. coolers are supposed to be anti-aerodynamic. Air resistance= cooling. if the air goes right through it, how can it absorb the heat?
I'm sure those fins are close enough to each other to dissipate heat well.
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the "older" version outpeforms a Volcano 7+
http://213.221.104.186/pcmax/forum/p...id=9501&page=2

- AeroCool Deep Impact DP101: 40,35 C
- Thermaltake Volcano 7+ (Silent): 43,05 C
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DP 101 reviewed here
http://www.viperlair.com/reviews/cas...mpact/p3.shtml
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