Cooler Master's Heatsink With Honeycomb Fins

Cooler Master had a few products to display at Computex. Sadly some of the coolest stuff shown behind close doors isn't ready for public consumption yet, so you'll have to stay tuned. What we can share with you, however, the company's liquid cooling system Project A-L2. It has a copper base with a revised and improved dense mesh jacket that improves efficiency. This solution has a Jenway pump, which features a flow of 400 L/hr.

This solution has two fans, supports Intel LGA 1366/1156/1155/755 and AMD3/AMD2 + / AM2.

Cooler Master also Projet S600, a cooler with six heatpipes and fins in a honeycomb shape to reduce air resistance.

Also new is a control panel to manage fan speed inside your rig.

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  • eklipz330
    hexagons hm? sounds promising... hexagons are great for larger surface areas, and are efficient because they can be stacked
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  • memadmax
    I think they got the honeycomb shapes' benefit claim backwards. The shape increases the overall cooling surface of the heatsink rather than decreasing air resistance since most of the resistance is actually on the leading/trailing edge of any surface that must face air movement.

    Either way it will do better than a normal heatsink of same size/dimensions.
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  • Flameout
    i'd still prefer fanless tech. tis the future
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