Still have Christmas money left, and thinking about a new heatsink?
So how do you go about redesigning a great performing product so that results are above the competition even in lower air flowing environments? Logic says you just remove some of the 371 pins to allow for less restriction on the air flow. You can pretty much guess the answer to that was a resounding â€œnoâ€ from Swiftech as that would directly impact the cooling capacity of the product. So what other magic can one pull from up their sleeves to solve the riddle?
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