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Aerocool HT-101 Heatsink Review

Former staff writer    -   March 23, 2004
Category: CPU Cooling
Price: $49.99 USD


Introduction
Aerocool is rapidly making a name for itself in the performance air cooling market. They have been very successful in the past with their use of super conductor tubes (Heatpipes). Back in January I looked at the Deep Impact DP-102 and today we will be looking at another unique super conductor tube based heatsink the High Tower HT-101.

Specifications
  • Heat Sink Specification
  • Dimension Tube x 3 (6mm diameter)
  • 31 Fins - 76mmx50mm
  • Material Superconductor Tube + Copper Fins
  • Revolution = 2500rpm
  • Air flow = 29.6cfm
  • Noise level = 22dba
  • Weight = 470g (without weight of fan)

Features
  • High thermal conductivity
  • Full copper cooler w/3 superconductor tubes for max performance
  • HT-101 offers "Dual Fan" solution - user can mount 1 or 2 fans on the cooler (70mm or 80mm fans)
  • Blue UV sebsitive plastic injection cap
  • Quad blue UV LED fan w/ "flower shape" fan blade design for super silence
  • AMD: Athlon XP 3600+ and higher
  • Intel: P4 socket 478 3.6Ghz and higher
Closer Look



Showing off the good looks of the HT-101, Aerocool packaged the cooler in a clear plastic retail box. Inside you’ll find the mounting hardware, Pentium 4 bracket, thermal compound, and instructions. The HT-101 also comes with blue quad LED 80mm fan with a 29.6cfm rating at 2500RPM putting out 22dBA.




  1. Introduction, Specifications, & Closer Look
  2. Closer Look Continued & Installation
  3. Testing & Conclusion
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