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Old December 10, 2009, 04:41 PM
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Default Heatpipe Wick Structures Exposed - [frostytech]

Thermolab, makers of the BARAM and BADA [COLOR=#17577F ! important][COLOR=#17577F ! important]heatsinks[/color][/color] which Frostytech reviewed here, have posted a neat look at the guts of three common types of copper heatpipe.


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Old December 10, 2009, 06:32 PM
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Wish they would have said a little bit more or even done testing using a custom heatsink of sorts and 3 different interchangeable heatpipes. But knowing FrostyTech, the results would be totally skewed. They can't do anything right.
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Oh thanks for that link mate! I've been wanting to see something like this for awhile. Cheers.
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Old December 11, 2009, 05:24 AM
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ya it would have been nice to compare the different types
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I don't know what type of script frostytech runs on their website, but everytime I try to view a review from that site it buggers up IE.
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works fine in IE8 x64 or x32 for me
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I think it's one of their ads. I just went back and it's working fine.

This isn't the first time it's happened to me though.... page seems to open up properly and then drops to "cannot display webpage" about halfway during reading the first paragraph. Never seen a webpage do that other than this website.

edit: Still not working correctly even though the page displays. I'm getting the sidebar ad through the text of the review.....

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screwy site for the moment i guess work in FF or opera
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