Tuesday, January 22nd 2008

Coolink Introduces ChipChilla Chipset Cooler

Coolink today introduced its new ChipChilla chipset cooler. The ChipChilla employs a thick 6mm dual-heatpipe as well as a quiet (19dB) 60mm fan. Thanks to its asymmetrical design ChipChilla allows for the fan to be mounted on either side in order to evade compatibility issues with CPU coolers and graphic cards. Also, the flexible mounting system for push-pins and mounting-hooks makes the ChipChilla compatible with virtually any current Intel or AMD mainboard. ChipChilla is available now at a suggested retail price of EUR 16,90 / USD 16,90.

Source: Coolink
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7 Comments on Coolink Introduces ChipChilla Chipset Cooler

#1
DanTheBanjoman
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Would be nice for my board, considering I already fried the northbridge once.
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#2
OnBoard
Bet that cools better than A64 stock heatsink =) Not bad at all, but my Noctua is enough for me. It's cheaper than the Noctua NC-U6 though, so it will sell good too. Come to think of it that's really a great price.
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FreedomEclipse
~Technological Technocrat~
by: OnBoard
Bet that cools better than A64 stock heatsink =) Not bad at all, but my Noctua is enough for me. It's cheaper than the Noctua NC-U6 though, so it will sell good too. Come to think of it that's really a great price.
i wouldnt think so - this was designed for chipsets in mind not CPU's

god save anybody who decides to plug one of these on to their A64 (whats left of them) they will be no different to the people who use toothpaste for thermal grease
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#4
hacker111
Can you get 2 and mount them on both sides?
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#5
intel igent
by: hacker111
Can you get 2 and mount them on both sides?
wat if you have a quad core?

:roll:
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#6
wtf8269
by: intel igent
wat if you have a quad core?

:roll:
I'm thinking he was talking about fans.
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#7
mab1376
could this be mounted on a 680i/780i?
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