30cm Heatsink Fan

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    13 Responses to 30cm Heatsink Fan

    1. now that’s cool.

      GET IT!??!??!?

      cool?

      COOL? GET IT??!?!?!!!1

      HAHAHAHAHAHAHHAHAHAHAHHAHAHAHAHAHHAHAHAHAHHAHAHAHAHAHAHHAHAHAHAHA

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    2. jezz… whats the point.. just go water cooled

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    3. I am curious to know if it’s thrust is sufficient to overcome gravity.

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    4. I bet that thing cools like shit. Crappy heat pipe routing, probably a horrible heat pipe to radiator connection.

      If you want to go extreme cooling, just go phase change, or maybe some sort of fluorinert immersion setup.

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    5. Might have been necessary for a P-4 or an overclocked AMD XP2400+, but this is just silly now….

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    6. hey that’s bigger than my cock! oh wait. . . I don’t have a cock.

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    7. That sucks, having one is pretty cool. Not only does it help you to get paid more for the same job, but it’s still functional at an older age.

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    8. If you use that fancy shmancy 3M invention known as “dry water” along with a refrigeration system, and a water tight casemod, you could completely submerse your computer system in a bath of fluid, and amp the everlasting fuck out of your processor with no repercussions.

      Clock speed in essence is how much electricity you can put through the processor before it melts. If it’s kept nice, and cool over the entire surface area, should be able to easily double to triple speeds of existing processors.

      Eh?

      Source fags:
      en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Novec_1230

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    9. you would think he would take off the original heatsink or cut it off or something.

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    10. This thing is badass.

      Would be perfect for some sort of side panel integration, so it would theoretically cool the entire computer at the same time.

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    11. And look! It doubles as a replacement radiator for your subcompact import!

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    12. I am curious to know if it’s thrust is sufficient to overcome gravity.

      Second picture, looks like the blue bottle is holding it up, probably more behind it.

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