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Promising Fan-wiched CoolLink Heatsink

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A new HSF by Cool Link, another Far East manufacturer, is equipped with a unique 2-fan design that appears well adapted for low airflow operation. A copper base plate, aluminum fins that run up and down on either side of a vertical central wall, a 70mm fan for each bank of fins, and a clip with slots for 3 socket lugs on either side gives the Cool H2Twin (H2T) a formidable image. With both fans removed, an H2T has been running for a week on a 1 GHz T-bird in place of the previous Swiftech MC462A under a Panaflo 80 mm L1A @5V. The short report: idle temp at 36C hasn’t changed. Neither has the peak at 50C. More in a review to come soon.

A new HSF by Cool Link, another Far East manufacturer, is equipped with a unique 2-fan design that appears well adapted for low airflow operation. A copper base plate, aluminum fins that run up and down on either side of a vertical central wall, a 70mm fan for each bank of fins, and a clip with slots for 3 socket lugs on either side gives the Cool H2Twin (H2T) a formidable image. With both fans removed, an H2T has been running for a week on a 1 GHz T-bird in place of the previous Swiftech MC462A under a Panaflo 80 mm L1A @5V. The short report: idle temp at 36C hasn’t changed. Neither has the peak at 50C. More in a review to come soon.