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-[what do you get when you cross a zalman heatsink with a water block]-

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epion2985

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May 22, 2003
I was wondering how well would this work. What if you took the zalman fan heatsink and put side walls on it and a top and pump water through that. Thats one hell of a surface area.

zalman fan heatsink:

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Cathar

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You'd get something that wouldn't cool anywhere near as well as a purpose built waterblock.

Good waterblocks make bad heatsinks

Good heatsinks make bad waterblocks

"That's just the way it is...." - Bruce Hornsby & The Range
 

Mark Larson

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Assembled in Malaysia
Cathar said:
You'd get something that wouldn't cool anywhere near as well as a purpose built waterblock.

Good waterblocks make bad heatsinks

Good heatsinks make bad waterblocks

"That's just the way it is...." - Bruce Hornsby & The Range
As i was looking at the first post, i remembered my post from yesterday :eek: