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BigRock: Spire 5T060B1H3R

A Cool Bunch: How To Put A Lid On The Die Temperature Of Your Athlon
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The larger Rock has a base surface of 64 by 74 millimeters. The base plate is nine millimeters thick in the center and tapers off towards the edges, to increase to an impressive fifteen millimeters at the edges (in the shape of waves).

The surface of the BigRock's base plate seems smoother than that of the BigRockII.

The profile of the fins varies in relation to the thickness of the base plate - the fins are thickest in the middle of the cooler (above the die) and on the edges.


Cooler: the temperature level below the 5T060B1H3R is significantly lower than that below the 5T061B1H3T.

The cooling capacity reflects that fact and is enough to keep at least an Athlon XP1800+ cool.

Summary
  1. A Round-up Of 55 Coolers For AMD Processors
  2. The Theory Behind The Dream Cooler
  3. Don't Lay It On Too Thick: The Tight Grease
  4. One By One - 55 Coolers On The Blocks
  5. Not Much Room Around The CPU: ALPHA FC-PAL15
  6. Plagiarism? ARKUA 6228 And 7528
  7. ARKUA 7528
  8. Evolution Of The Coolers: 112BN0, 112BJ0, 112BJ0-1 And 112C80
  9. Larger And Under A Hood: AVC 112BJ0
  10. More Powerful Fan: AVC 112BJ0-1
  11. Quieter But Heavier: AVC 112C80
  12. Nomen Est Omen: Brown International V8 Heatsink
  13. CoolerMaster
  14. Big, Heavy And High-quality: CoolerMaster HCC-003
  15. The Mighty Roaring Cube: CoolerMaster HCC-002
  16. Hot Pipes For High Speeds: CoolerMaster HHC-001
  17. A Cooler, Too: ElanVital FSCUG9C-6
  18. Evercool
  19. Looking Sharp: Evercool ND15-715
  20. A Dazzler: Evercool CUD-725
  21. Cooling For Next To Nothing: Foxconn
  22. Slow And Stealthy: GlacialTech Igloo2310
  23. Too Pretty To Hide: GlacialTech Igloo2400
  24. Ultra-silent: Global Win CAK - II 58
  25. Much Ado About Nothing: Global Win CAK - II 38
  26. Fan Tower: Global Win TAK68
  27. Italian Moments: Neolec Venezia TB
  28. The Thrill Is Gone: Neolec Vento
  29. A Dime A Dozen: Pent Alpha APSK0155
  30. Just Your Ordinary Cooler: Pent Alpha APSK0156
  31. Quiet And Flat: Spire 5P53B3
  32. Fraternal Triplets: Spire 5E34B3-H, Spire 5E34B3 And Spire 5E32B3
  33. II: Spire 5E34B3
  34. III: Spire 5E34B3-H
  35. AMD Under The Rocks: Spire 5T060B1H3R, Spire 5T061B1H3T And Spire 5T208B1H3T
  36. BigRock: Spire 5T060B1H3R
  37. SuperRock: Spire 5T208B1H3T
  38. Roaring Cooler Monsters For Overclockers: Swiftech MC462 And MCX462
  39. Evolution Vs. Revolution: Swiftech MCX462
  40. Little Bro I: Swiftech MCX370-0A
  41. "Little" Twin Bro II: Swiftech MCX C370
  42. Compact And Quiet Standard Cooler: Taisol CEK747092
  43. Easy Upgrading : Taisol CGK760092 And CGK760092B
  44. Weighty Double Decker: Thermaltake Dragon Orb 3
  45. Quiet Standard Fan: ThermoSonic V60-4210/Thermoengine
  46. The Eye-Catcher: Titan TTC-MT1AB
  47. Failure Sets Off Alarm: Titan TTC-D5 TB
  48. Standard Fare: TITAN TTC-D4 TB
  49. Valuable? Not Really: Tornado WIN-7528
  50. Loud But Powerful, Part I: TRIG T40-1-62538 And TRIG T40-3-62538
  51. TRIG T40-3-62538
  52. Loud But Powerful, Part II: TRIG T40-6-62538 And TRIG T40-7-62538
  53. TRIG T40-7-62538
  54. Plain But Effective: VANTEC FCE-6030D
  55. Bigger And Heavier: VANTEC FCE-62540D
  56. Copper Isn't Always Good: VANTEC CCK-6035D
  57. Quiet But Uncool: Verax P14
  58. Noisy Or Quiet: From 38 To 67 DB(A)
  59. Hot Or Cold: The Die Temperatures
  60. 55 Coolers At A Glance
  61. Conclusion
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