Monday, March 26th 2007

Nexus Releases Copper Northbridge Cooler

Nexus has recently launched the NHP-2200, a northbridge heatsink fully constructed out of copper. The Nexus NHP-2200 is a fan less northbridge cooling solution, which uses heat pipe technology to keep cool the motherboard's chipset without any additional fans. The efficient U-type heat pipe is 143mm long and is 5mm thick. The NHP-2200 weights 114.5 grams and can be mounted on just about every major northbridge chipset. Nexus supplies thermal grease and four language international manual(English, German, Italian and French) with this heatsink.

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2 Comments on Nexus Releases Copper Northbridge Cooler

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WarEagleAU
Bird of Prey
Thats a heavy and very big heatsink just for the NB. I must admit though, I am a huge fan of copper, and Im glad they went all copper with this. I dont know if it is a good replacement for the Silent OTES heatpipe heatsink combo my Abit board has. I applaud Nexus though, nice design, but as CB said, Id like to see a nice angle to it. Wonder if you can add a fan to it.
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tkpenalty
by: WarEagleAU
Thats a heavy and very big heatsink just for the NB. I must admit though, I am a huge fan of copper, and Im glad they went all copper with this. I dont know if it is a good replacement for the Silent OTES heatpipe heatsink combo my Abit board has. I applaud Nexus though, nice design, but as CB said, Id like to see a nice angle to it. Wonder if you can add a fan to it.
Well obviously its better.
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