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Heatsinks Are Ticketed For Use In Pentium III-Based Systems

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With crosscut cooling fins to support omnidirectional airflow, the firm’s line of Pentium III passive and fan heatsinks is said to meet and exceed industry requirements for performance, cost, reliability and noise. The latest additions include units for desktop PCs, as well as workstations and servers using the Xeon Pentium III. For desktop systems, the firm’s passive thermal solution uses Intel-recommended plastic clips and interface material (Chomerics’ T443). Also offered is a fan heatsink with a clip mechanism that allows use of a larger fan to provide proper airflow at reduced speeds, minimizing acoustic noise.

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