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Verax GmbH P16 Silent Heatsink - PCstats.com Verax GmbH P16 Silent Heatsink
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The heatsink we are looking at today follows in the same footsteps of those two other Socket A heatsinks, but this time it designed to keep a Pentium 4 processor running with essentially no noise at all. Pentium 4 processors are a little more forgiving when it comes to the higher end of the temperature envelope, but with the larger surface area of the heatsink we might not be seeing much of a penalty at all. Airflow is the one achilles heel of all the Verax heatsinks we have tested thus far - they don't move air as fast as with conventional hi-RPM axial fans. Instead, the revolutionary impeller design works by accelerating the air within the fan evenly, over a substantially longer distance than with standard fans. From the acoustic standpoint we have already established that the Verax fans are the quietest we have ever tested (on the order of 35dB). Acoustic performance of that order comes with a price tag, retailing for $69USD through www.asiint.com the only US distributor for Verax. Fpr more info on the very cool looking fan you see below please se our review of the Verax P14 Silent heatsink.
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