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Monday, December 08, 2008
Sunbeam Core-Contact Freezer

2. Inside the package

The Sunbeamtech Core-Contact Freezer came into a medium sized box.

Inside the box you will find the cooler as well as plenty of accessories. The black plastic secure shell has standard "pop on/off" clips, while the included printed manual includes information about the installation procedure.

Four plastic screws are provided in order to use them to secure the plastic shell. A PCI fan controller can be installed and use it to control the rotation speed of the fan. Two metal clips are available that will help you secure the 120mm rotating fan, while the essential Tuniq TX-2 thermal past ensures efficient thermal conduction.

The Core Contact Freezer is a massive cpu cooler made of a mix of aluminum and copper. Four copper heatpipes are running through the heatsink up to the aluminum fins - a typical design for CPU coolers.

Top view

Below you can see the cooler's base. The heatpipes have been flattened to create a surface that will hopefully enable efficient dissipation of the produced heat.

The installation clips clips can be used to secure the cpu cooler installed on both AMD and Intel systems (with the included base).

The 120mm fan has also a backlight:

The other side of the fan has four rubber pads that absorb the vibration and obviously reduce the operation noise.




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