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Cooljag SFO-Q Socket AM2 / 939 Heatsink Review

 
 
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      06-01-2006
"The CoolJag SFO-Q heatsink weighs little over 410grams, utilizes two copper heatpipes and comes equipped with a fan that spins at between 2800-5000 RPM. Fan speed is determined by a thermistor located on the fan motor, maximum fan speed is achieved at an ambient temperature of 40C. If the Cooljag SFO-Q performs anything like that socket AM2 heatsink, you'll want to pay close attention to this unit."

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