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interesting heat sink would you not agree?

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IAMCanadian

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wonder what the surface area would be on it? 64X68X45mm with the 2mm
holes
[img="[URL]http://www.micforg.co.jp/images/al_star.jpg[/URL]"]
 
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[img="[URL]http://www.micforg.co.jp/images/al_spiral.jpg[/URL]"]
another one they are very pretty looking wounder how they would perform?
 

Bad Maniac

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Wow, now that is surface area! Imagine drilling small holes in the bottom of each "pillar" in the first piture, to get air to flow both around and THROUGH the pipe thingies. that would give it alot of surface area. and the other ones just look wicked :)
 
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they had another one there that had a 60X60 mm base with 710 pin count on the sink each pin 1.4 mm diameter
[img="[URL]http://www.micforg.co.jp/images/al_mitumaba.jpg[/URL]"]
 

Slain

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Yeah very pretty but an all aluminum construction, even the new alu swifttech MCX 370 can't match the best copper sinks. I would bet *alot* of money they perform no better than average.
 
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have to have copper to be a happy camper huh...[img="[URL]http://www.micforg.co.jp/images/al_cu.jpg[/URL]"]