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November 2, 2007

Ion Cooler – Heat Sink

at 5:08 am. Filed under Computer Hacks, DIY Hacks

If you are looking to make a silent PC getting rid of the CPU fan is a big step forward. Have a look at this Ion Cooler CPU Heat Sink for some ideas.

“After tinkering around one afternoon I came up with the concept for this little project. I have personally been using this in a specialized system I have for over 2 months now and haven’t had a single problem with it. The other added bonus with this system is its really easy to clean the grounding plates as opposed to other versions we had put together.

Now we swapped out our ion wind generator. As you can see if we used this heat sink in an actual pc we would turn the heat sink around so we were venting through the back of the case. The system idled at about 34C and we peaked at 48C as was confirmed by our IR heat reading gun. While these are warmer than say a gaming enthusiast would prefer this falls well within the standard users system needs.”


 

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3 Responses to “Ion Cooler – Heat Sink”

  1. Project_Nightmare Says:

    Pritty soon, I’m sure we are going to have full motherboard heatsinks if they keep growing at this rate, just look at the size of that one 8[

  2. Ben Says:

    It seems to me that there is no airflow comming from the heatsink, as the device is closed on one end? I’m curious as to how it operates and what exactly I might be missing. However it seems right now that there is no way that thing can be pushing air through the heatsink, or even transmitting heat through the plate on the end then dissapating it that way, so either they’ve made a gross oversight or I’m missing something?

  3. Question: Does anyone know how this bladeless fan works? - Page 2 - PC SHOW 2010 Pricelist | COMPUTEX 2010 | VRForums - Singapore IT & Lifestyle Says:

    […] as well. Just not feesable for mas production only. Some dude even diyed his own ionic heatsink. Ion Cooler – Heat Sink – Hacked Gadgets – DIY Tech Blog -Click for Project: Black Sun–Click for Project: Supernova- Q6600 @ 3.8ghz | 8gb OCZ Reapers […]

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