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New CPU cooler from Cooler Master

Discussion in 'News' started by Darksaber, Mar 17, 2006.

  1. Darksaber

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    So bigger is better, even when it comes to CPU coolers and Cooler Master has decided to go all out. They have designed a cooler which can use two 12 cm fans, and has 6 heatpipes. No release date or pricing has been mentioned. I think the cooler cools the memory slots as well, as long as they are besides the socket and not above it. A picture says a thousand words:
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    Source: Hartware.net (german)
     
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    That wouldnt fit on any motherboard I can think of.
     
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    Geez, that is one monster of a cooler! :twitch:
    You know what some ppl say, it's not the size that matter, but how you use it :laugh:
    For example, the Arctic Cooling Silencer may be smaller than my Tt Extreme Giant III, but it has a better cooling performance, better engineering? :toast:
     
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    does that screw into some kind of PCI slot? looks more like something I'd expect to bend the motherboard at crazy angles then cool a CPU. Its just...wow lol.
     
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    things huge! Man... you probly have to spend a pretty penny for that thing lol....
     
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    they will end up creating brackets that screw right to the friggin case. i swear.. my guess is that the cooler in around 750g due to being alu but if it was cu...oh god..
     
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    :eek: WTF :twitch:
    that's like 10in by 4.75 even if you could get it on any board how cuold you work around THE THING:ohwell:
     
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    wah!! the ultimate big size cooler i had ever seen.
    it's like some starship if u see the cartoon from kids.
    oh my god!!
     
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    would it not be easier just to stick your pc in the fridge.......:p
     
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    Comparison to a Compact flash card

    I saw it on the Cebit...
     

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    lol most people couldnt fit that in their case let only their mobo...
     
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    Maybe intel helped develop this to cope with high clocked prescott/cedar mills :laugh:
     
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    I thought they had some $50 water cooler not too long ago...
     
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    thats just stupid, especially at a time when CPU heat output is dropping rather than rising.
     
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    well lets just put it this way, when people have lots of money and get bored quickly they tend do really dumb and over the top things...
     
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    instead of making some descent cheap watercooling kits they are making $^@&#%$^.
    what else is coming........
     
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    That thing looks like it could airlift a bloody AH-64 longbow, LMAO!
     
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    Eeww that things hugh. Benches Benches please!!!!
     
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    That should be my new boat engine, screw a my 25 hp tiny one, this thing has some torque!



    ...........:shadedshu :shadedshu
     
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