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  • ASUS Lion Square and Triton 85 CPU Coolers

    I was interested in the ASUS cooler when I first saw pics of it, and from the review it looks like it does pretty good, even if it is expensive.

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    Re: ASUS Lion Square and Triton 85 CPU Coolers

    Is that a 120mm fan on the inside of the first one?

    Been waiting for a design like the first heatsink for the CPU. :)
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      Re: ASUS Lion Square and Triton 85 CPU Coolers

      It looks like a tank of a heatsink, but I'll stick with my NH-U12P with the extra P12.
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        Re: ASUS Lion Square and Triton 85 CPU Coolers

        this brings up a question i asked myself today.... how much area is needed per watt of heat is needed to dissipate without a fan at room temperature... as in, a bare chip with X amount of surface area, assuming the thermal resistance is of an average amount
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          Re: ASUS Lion Square and Triton 85 CPU Coolers

          Originally posted by Tonk View Post
          this brings up a question i asked myself today.... how much area is needed per watt of heat is needed to dissipate without a fan at room temperature... as in, a bare chip with X amount of surface area, assuming the thermal resistance is of an average amount
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