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Glacialtech Alaska Heatsink Reviewed on Frostytech.com - PCstats.com Glacialtech Alaska Heatsink Reviewed on Frostytech.com
Tue, December 07 2010 | 4:17PM | PermaLink Feedback?
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"A promising looking tower heatsink, the Glacialtech Alaska CPU cooler sets itself apart with the use of perforated aluminum cooling fins, a pseudo-honeycomb cross sectional fin geometry and six 6mm diameter copper heatpipes tightly packed behind an integral nickel-plated copper heatspreader. The dozens of 2mm diameter perforations dot each of the 40 or so aluminum fins on the Alaska heatsink and function as a pathway for air pressure to equalize between the different cooling fins. Glacialtech call this the "breathing effect"."

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Masscool MP-1370S 'Media Mate' Media Player Review - PCstats.com Masscool MP-1370S 'Media Mate' Media Player Review
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"Today we take a look at Masscool's MP-1370S "Media Mate" high-definition media player. For us, Masscool is not exactly the first name you think of when you look to buy a HD media server, but the company has been in the business of designing and building HDD enclosures and media players since 2000. The Masscool MP-1370S is designed to not only be a media player that can access your favorite multimedia on your local or remote hard, but users are able to use the player to record to an attached USB device or an installed HDD. Priced at a very economical $100, it supports playing of video up to 1080i resolutions through an HDMI port and includes room for an 3.5" internal SATA hard drive so that you can load up all your favorite multimedia. Even if you don't install an internal hard drive, the MP-1370S can connect to your local internet via the 10/100 Ethernet connection..."
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