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ASUS Star Ice Heatsink Review - ASUS Star Ice Heatsink Review
Mon, April 19 2004 | 10:23PM | PermaLink Feedback?
"Coming from Asus, our expectations for this large copper heatsink are mixed the moment it comes out of the box... sometimes motherboard manufacturers should just stick to what they do best, motherboards. The Asus Star Ice is the companies first venture into the realm of commercial heatsinks, and it certainly captures attention for its appearance. Looking vaguely like a jet engine, the top of the Star Ice is decorated with a clear plastic window with a big bright ASUS logo illuminated by two small blue LED's. Hidden behind the outwardly aerodynamic appearance is a stacked array of many copper fins, pierced in six places by three copper heatpipes which connect to a thin copper base."
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