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Dr Thermal Sandwich (TI-A8641L) Heatsink Review

Former staff writer    -   January 26, 2004
Category: CPU Cooling


Introduction
Today we'll be looking at a new cooler from Thermal integration or T.I.T.I for short. This new cooler, the TI-A8641L, is appropriately dubbed the sandwich cooler for its unique design, more on that later. This is my second cooler to use from T.I.T.I my first was the TI-V77L which I really liked. During that point and time the high rpm delta screamers were the rage and the TI-V77L offered a 70mm fan very similar cfm at a much lower noise level. Now my taste has changed a lot in 2 years and I am very much on the silent pc bandwagon. Lets see what this newer cooler from T.I.T.I has to offer.



Specifications
Heat Sink Material: Copper and Aluminum
Cooler Dimension: 80 x 72 x 60mm
Weight: 470g
Fan Dimension: 70 x 70 x 15mm
Bearing System: Ball Bearing System
Rated Voltage: DC12V
Speed (RPM): 3800
Noise Level (dBA): 36.5
Air Delivery (CFM): 34.39



  1. Introduction & Specfications
  2. In-Depth Look & Installation
  3. Testing & Conclusion
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