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December 30, 2005

World’s Largest Heatsink

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Pumping an impressive 25 cubic metres of air per second Zalman are confident that the Big Boy Turbo Mega Fan 2 will be able to keep any Intel CPU, up to and including the Pentium 4 670 3.8GHz, running cool in even the warmest conditions.

Drawing an impressive 1400Watts of power, Zalman include a full instruction booklet on how to daisy chain 5 300W PSU’s together to power the fan, and you get 50 starter cartridges free to get it spinning in the first place. Of course, you’ll need a serious case upgrade too, and we would recommend the CoolerMaster 821 Garage, which comes with a tasteful variety of electronic doors and leaves enough room for even the largest GFX cards in SLI and a Nissan Micra too.

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4 Responses to “World’s Largest Heatsink”

  1. Clark Hummell Says:

    Can also be used to turn any mini-fridge into a freezer!

  2. Hexypoo Says:

    I just realized that clark got the same idea that I did on going back and commenting on old stories. At any rate Ive had a few systems that could benefit from a heat snych like this

  3. ryan Says:

    man thats huge! i wish i had one of those in my comp.

  4. Arjoon Says:

    i don’t think that i will be needing this

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