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Old 06-09-2007, 07:36 PM   #1 (permalink)
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DailyTech - OCZ Displays Carbon Nanotube Cooler

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The contact base of the OCZ Hydrojet is made completely of carbon-nanotubes, which OCZ claims are five times more efficient than copper. Carbon nanotubes have been looked upon as a strong alternative to traditional copper based heatsinks. They are ideal for application in heat transfer products because of their impressive heat-conduction properties. Carbon nanotube based interfaces have been shown to conduct more heat than conventional thermal interface materials at the same temperatures. In addition, they have shown to be ballistic conductors at room temperature, which means electrons can flow through CNTs without collisions.
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Default Re: Not a diamond heatsink, but better than copper.

nice find
actually, diamond is just a more well arranged carbon mass

i also appreciate the continued use of the diamond inside joke
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Well considering all a diamond is compressed carbon I can see why it's better than copper heh. Yes the diamond inside joke is funny as ****
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but it all start with copper....
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Wasn't it aluminium?
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Wasn't it aluminium?
no b1gapl, it wasnt soda cans, it started with copper
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lol!....the penny! XD....that was a fun thread.
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great....more inside joke crap that im not a part of....
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great....more inside joke crap that im not a part of....
thats why you need to post more "interesting" posts like i do, then people will talk about it ;D
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lol!....the penny! XD....that was a fun thread.
yes..... yes it was a fun thread
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