Thermalright HSC100 - Heatpipe cooling case

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Willy Higinbotham
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Thermalright HSC100 - Heatpipe cooling case

Post by Willy Higinbotham » Tue Jun 03, 2008 10:40 am

IIRC, Thermalright had announced this a year ago or so, now it was shown to public at Computex 2007.

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Post by andyb » Tue Jun 03, 2008 2:52 pm

Interesting, but unbelievably impractical :?


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Post by Moogles » Wed Jun 04, 2008 8:57 am

Uh, those pictures are a year old. That whole line of cases was supposed to be available in retail channels in august of 2007. It's never gonna make it to production.

EDIT: some new pictures here:

The description and pictures are unclear. Looks like there are 3 different cases. One crazy 6 fan case, one that uses water cooling and another that uses a giant passive heatsink for the CPU.

Anyone have any more information?

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Post by confusion » Sat Jun 21, 2008 11:26 pm

Water-cooled HSC-101: ... =2581&pg=3

Desktop HSC-601 (or HSC-610?): ... =2581&pg=4

I think the 101 is gaudy and ugly, but the 6-whatever looks nice and seems more practical. Though do you have to redo your heatsink TIM every time you want to open the case to clean it? Is the heatsink pressure only applied by the case top and the heatpipes? Lots of questions, few answers.

Thermalright has had a non-functional "chassis" link on their website ever since they launched the new website.

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