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Old 05-21-2005, 04:28 PM   #11 (permalink)
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I called nanocoolers last week trying to get a demo model to test out on dual opterons for a fanless solution.. They said they only had 1 demo model at the moment and IBM or someone had it for server class testing.. Also said that the heatsinks would be avalible sometime this fall or early next year.

Now that nanotube production is growing with the advent of new ways to grow the nanotubes. You're going to start seeing heatsinks made up of nanotubes laced with copper.. If they're as efficient as i believe they're going to be.. we arent going to need fans on heatsinks anymore.. Even if you're running an intel proc.

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Eat your heart out intel.
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