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nPowerTek TTIC NPH-101 Pentium4 Heatsink Review
Posted by Red Squirrel on August 09th 2004



The large heatpipe (aka heat column) stands 100mm
tall, and comes in direct contact with the processor core for
optimal thermal efficiency. The hollow copper heatpipe or "heat column," works
because of a chemically coated interior surface. The heat column as it called by
the manufacturer, produces similar results as that of a heatpipe, which is why
we will use the terms interchangeably. The heat absorbed by the copper column of
the nPowertek NPH-101 is dispersed to approximately 30 copper fins measuring
roughly 70x80mm in size.


View article at FrostyTech.com



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