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Sunday, 25 March 2007 23:07

Nexus, copper your Northbridge

Written by Slobodan Simic

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 Nexus NHP-2200 full copper northbridge cooler

 

Nexus launched NHP-2200, a northbridge heatsink fully constructed out of copper. By using almost pure copper material Nexus managed to squeeze out the best possible performance.

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Heatsink is made of copper and has 143 mm long U-type heat pipe. Size of this cooler is 46x46x63.3mm and it weights 114.5 gram. Nexus claims it can be mounted on all major chipsets. Since it is a passive heatsink it produces zero dB, so no noise at all. Nexus supplies thermal grease with this heatsink.

 

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You can find more information on Nexus.

 

Last modified on Monday, 26 March 2007 10:27

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