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Project: Passive

Passive cooling consept case.
Author: Ville 'Willek' Kyrö
Published: 03.03.2008
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The first tests

 

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At this time, I only had one heatsink, and I was fairly certain it wouldn´t be enough for the CPU, but I ran the tests anyway. The temps stayed in good range when surfing and chatting in IRC, but running stress test with Orthos made the CPU temp skyrocket.

 

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I bought some 4 mm thick copper sheets, for the graphics card block, but there was also enough to make the CPU-block out of copper.

 

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Copper is a much harder material to work with than aluminum. Both in terms of skills required and the overall hardness of the material.

 

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The socket 939 attachment was easy to devise, as the connection system only has two screws. A hole in the middle of the block, and a screwknob makes sure that the block stays in place, and the force spreads evenly.




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