Cooling Head And Pipe: Purpose-built Copper Production
It wasn’t at all easy to construct a CPU cooling head matching our ideas. Experience garnered over the last weeks have shown that only a few firms are able to work solid copper and to hard-solder them to high precision. Finally the head has to withstand temperatures of up to -196°C, while the processor, for its part, heats its base with high dissipation. Temperature fluctuations, after all, cause tensions that could quickly cap the connection. In the end only the firm of Basche Kupferarbeiten in Munich was able to meet our requirements to complete satisfaction. In particular Mr. Christian Sirl put a great deal of effort into ensuring the CPU head was perfectly constructed.