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In the second page of this review, there is a heatsink with a heatpipe. <BR> <BR><!-- BBCode Start --><A HREF="http://www.legionhardware.com/html/doc.php?id=173" TARGET="_blank">Legion Hardware's Shuttle SS40G Review</A><!-- BBCode End --> <BR> <BR>Does anyone know who make it and where to buy one standalone? <BR>
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Looks like nobody else knows either. I've put in a request for more info on the heatsinks & for a sample of the ss40 for review. We'll see how friendly Shuttle is to us silencers.
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AMD World posted their review too <br> <br><!-- BBCode Start --><A HREF="http://www.amdworld.co.uk/ss402.htm" TARGET="_blank">Shuttle SS40 Barebone AMD System</A><!-- BBCode End --> <br> <br>Page 3 has more photos on the heatsink. Look like the 80mm fan is pulling from the heatsink attached to the CPU and blowing to th heatsink connected by the heatpipe. Very interesting. <br> <br>A 90mm or 120mm should be do-able quite easily.
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The heatpipe seems to be a custom design one from TaiSol <br> <br><!-- BBCode Start --><A HREF="http://www.taisol.com/custom.html" TARGET="_blank">TaiSol Electronics: Custom Designs</A><!-- BBCode End -->
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i too saw the review and found the heatsink/pipe more insteresting than the shuttle system itself. <br> <br>has anyone tried contacting Taisol to see if they have any plans retailing the heatsink in the US or if they have a US distributor for this part?
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It's definitely a Taisol, and they've just shown it at Computex in Taiwan. Model CMP431151 seems to be the P4 version. Catchy name, huh? Not on their website yet, but more pics at <!-- BBCode Start --><A HREF="http://www.frostytech.com/" TARGET="_blank">Frosty Tech</A><!-- BBCode End -->
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A friend's got a mini Pc lke these, but it's got AGP and does P4's and DDR I think. The Athlon version hasn't got AGP <IMG SRC="modules/phpBB_14/images/smiles/icon_cry.gif">
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