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FrostyTech Tests out AC Alpine64 Heatsink - FrostyTech Tests out AC Alpine64 Heatsink
Sun, February 26 2006 | 8:14PM | PermaLink Feedback?
You know when does one of its heatsink reviews, it's worth checking out. The FrostyTech gang have just posted a report on the Arctic Cooling Alpine64 heatsink, and another review on the older Coolermaster Hyper48.

"The Alpine 64 suspends its 2000RPM fan on four dual axial rubber vibration absorbing posts. The general purpose of which is to prevent fan motor vibrations from transferring to other areas of the computer chassis which could cause noise. The whole package weighs in at just 486 grams, and judging by recent information the Arctic Cooling Alpine 64 should even be compatible with AMD socket AM2 heatsink retention frames..."

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