passive cpu and PSU this year ...... hopefully !

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Stephen7372
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passive cpu and PSU this year ...... hopefully !

Post by Stephen7372 » Wed Jan 22, 2003 1:07 am

Dear Stephen,

Thank you for contacting us.
We will develop passive heatsink for AMD HAMMER CPU once its specification is released.
Passive cooled PSU is under development which hopefully released within this year.
NCU-1000 is now booming in Japan and our production capacity is fully occupied with
domestic orders. It takes several months to start export of it.

Mike Matsumoto
Sales Dept.
TS Heatronics Co., Ltd.
mike@tsheatronics.co.jp
www.tsheatronics.co.jp

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Post by SilentButDeadly » Sat Feb 01, 2003 5:59 pm

Butane heatpipe tower!
I love it! Now for them to become available and to be able to cool a Barton cored Athlon (my next CPU) The 92mm fan on the bottom of my Antec TP 430 PSU will pull some air across the tower to help cool it better.
Now to figure out how to cool down an ATI Radeon 9700 Pro AIW. Get the Saphire one with the Zalman heatpipe and hook up my NMB 80mm fan.
2003 will be a great year for heatpipes! :D :D :shock:

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Post by GamingGod » Sat Feb 01, 2003 9:16 pm

so they arent selling that huge passive heatsink in the US yet? and how much is it gonna cost, anyone know?

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Post by ez2remember » Mon May 19, 2003 4:23 pm

It's no longer available for sale at TSheatronics. I guess you can only buy this thing in Japan.

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Post by Athlon Powers » Mon May 19, 2003 5:09 pm

Yowza. That could brake your motherboard.

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Post by Oli » Tue May 20, 2003 2:27 am

ive just read the whole datasheet, its probably the best solution yet, but note this:

"This product is designed with maximum CPU load for P4 up to 2.8GHz
as e-mailing, internet browsing, using word processor, spreadsheet
software or equivalent at ambient temperature up to 25°C.
We assume no liability and provide no warranty for accidents and
damages caused by the use of the product at higher CPU load
environment than the above.
This product does not guarantee performance at high CPU load
environment such as data encoding, decoding, benchmark software
running, etc."

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Post by George » Wed May 21, 2003 2:12 pm

Butane? Is this the same stuff found in cigarette lighters? Hope it doesnt spring a leak :)

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Post by Athlon Powers » Wed May 21, 2003 2:14 pm

Oli wrote:ive just read the whole datasheet, its probably the best solution yet, but note this:

"This product is designed with maximum CPU load for P4 up to 2.8GHz
as e-mailing, internet browsing, using word processor, spreadsheet
software or equivalent at ambient temperature up to 25°C.
We assume no liability and provide no warranty for accidents and
damages caused by the use of the product at higher CPU load
environment than the above.
This product does not guarantee performance at high CPU load
environment such as data encoding, decoding, benchmark software
running, etc."
They are B-U-S-T-E-D. Im not getting that? And who is gonna get the CPU under 25c for games aircooled?

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Post by AndrewC » Wed May 21, 2003 3:07 pm

The 25°C is something like room temp or case temp not CPU temp so it could be possible to play games if you run the a/c in the summer.

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Post by Silencium » Fri May 23, 2003 11:50 am

Maybe you Guys are interestet in these Test of the cooler:http://www.teschke.de/heatpipes/Neues/I ... ekord.html :wink: !

gretz from germany

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Passive CPU @ 2,8 GHz testet

Post by heatpipe » Sat May 24, 2003 1:17 am

Hi,

i have allready the pleasure to be an owner of NCU 1000 passiv CPU Cooler since some weeks. As a no noise freak i testet hundert of things, but this part is dam good. Due to heavy work load the test is only in german available but some nice pictures to look at and some list of temperatures messeurments. Go to http://www.teschke.de/heatpipes !!! and klick german !!!

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Post by ez2remember » Sat May 24, 2003 3:59 am

Silencium wrote:Maybe you Guys are interestet in these Test of the cooler:http://www.teschke.de/heatpipes/Neues/I ... ekord.html :wink: !

gretz from germany
Does not seem to be the cooler, but anyway here you go if you are interested in reading the article.

Translated in English with google, for those who don't speak German.

Translated :D

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NCU 1000 test

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Post by ez2remember » Sat May 24, 2003 7:02 am

P4-2.8Ghz Passive Cooler.
Translated from German to English with Google.
NCU-1000 :lol:

According to the review, their system was completely fanless including the PSU. Could this be the ultimate solution for lower speed P4's? :D

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Post by TimeShot » Sat May 24, 2003 10:09 am

I ordered the NCU, it should be here in June. I'll try to cool the P4 2,4 C with this heatpipe. I hope one casefan is enough :)

I've recieved an eMail from Teschke. He said after 30min stress the temperature of this heatpipe does not become more. A big difference to other heatpipes!

Sounds really interesting :D

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Post by Stephen7372 » Sat Jul 05, 2003 2:42 am

Where can you get these from they seem better than any alternatives :roll:

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Post by dago » Sat Jul 05, 2003 7:51 am

meanwhile this topic was launched and I replied that this heatsink is available in FR,BE,CH (possibly others on request ?) from LDLC (direct link, 80€)

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