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Dynatron's Socket A Cooler Model #DC1206BM-O Review

Bosco    -   September 5, 2002
Category: CPU Cooling
Price: $27 USD


Introduction

Today, I'm reviewing a heatsink from dynatron.com, the socket A/370 model # DC1206BM-0. I am really surprised by the size of it. Most CPU coolers you see now a days are fairly large this one is half the size of my Volcano 7+. Will it cool my CPU enough, is it quiet? Read on and we shall see how it performs.

Nice small compacted box, nothing fancy about it. No specs on the box, no Instructions in the box.

What you get:

  • The heatsink
  • Fan bracket already assembled ready to install on CPU.
  • Thermal grease
  • Specifications

    Heatsink:

  • Dimensions (mm) 60X60X29
  • Pure Copper Base
  • Weight (g) 435
  • Thermal Resistance 0.44
  • Supports AMD 2600+ or Intel Socket 370 933MHZ/1.26GHZ
  • Fan:

  • Dimensions(mm) 60X60X25
  • Rot. Speed 6800 RPM
  • Noise Level (dB) 46.5
  • Auto Detection Speed
  • Closer look

    The copper heatsink has a total of 60 micro fins for maximum cooling performance.

    As you can see from the top view it is a small CPU cooler nothing fancy at the top, there are four screws that you can take off to change the fan if you need to.




    1. Introduction & Closer Look
    2. Installation, Testing & Conclusion
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