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Slk-800 with heatpipes among other new heatsink pictures

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maxima88

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It way that w/ the heatpipe hs there is no need for a fan.

Quiet at last!!! :)
 
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wildfrogman

wildfrogman

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probably would still need a duct or such over the heatsink and use the psu~exhaust fans for airflow though. But yeah, when they get the bugs worked out of the design it should perform noticably better than the plain slk-800.
 

Gnufsh

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I think maxima88 wasn't talking about the heat-pipe SLK-800, but the passive cooling heatpipe one. You could cool a via C3 with that thing, but not much else. I hope to see a better SLK-800 like tat one sometime. Looks cool!
 

Goo Kenson

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"the problem is that it works well only in horizontal position - not when it's mounted in a tower case."

So SLK-800 with heatpipes would need some redesigning, not to mention heat pipes don't seem to do anything really.
 
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wildfrogman

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That is true with that prototype, the low pressure "heat pipes" that are used in cheap heatsinks~less than 100 dollar heatsinks etc. The heat pipes setups couldnt pump up with hardly 1 G of force to deal with. Decent, professional level heat pipes can deal with over 10 g's of gravity and perform much better. I think that is what they may be waiting for, and to be able to get it cheap enough also. The heat pipe slk800 was a prototype so it was sort of rough....not all shiny and such. And yes you still would need airflow over any heatsink~large copper plate thing etc, just hopfully less cfm~more effecient and less noise to get good enough results. Convection on some stuff could be feasible if effecient~large enough etc. But even that needs airflow, as otherwise it would still cook, just slowly.
 

Fever

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