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Old January 19th 04, 07:20 PM
Frank Jelenko
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Has anyone tried this case? It's supposed to be completely fanless - all
heat dissipated thru heat pipes to the case walls.

At $1400, my interest is purely academic. But it sounds very interesting.


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Old January 19th 04, 08:05 PM
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They have a review on tomshardware.com, 1'd rather fork out for water
cooling than that for $1400, youve really got to want utter peice and quite
and have a big wallet for that.

doughnut


"Frank Jelenko" wrote in message
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Has anyone tried this case? It's supposed to be completely fanless - all
heat dissipated thru heat pipes to the case walls.

At $1400, my interest is purely academic. But it sounds very interesting.




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Old January 20th 04, 08:53 AM
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"Frank Jelenko" wrote in message
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Has anyone tried this case? It's supposed to be completely fanless - all
heat dissipated thru heat pipes to the case walls.

At $1400, my interest is purely academic. But it sounds very interesting.



There are better silent solutions out there.. I see some great kit that
would work wonders in modern PC's but I guess we are just forced to wait
until there is a biger market for some of the stuff to come out..
Expect some wondeful porus rock to replace all of those heavy heatsinks we
use soon ..
and heatpipes that work in any direction too , imagine the whle side of your
case as a heatpipe, it would all be the same temp.. that could def cool a
processor
anyhow..

I aint tried it ;P


 




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