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2-pound fanless CPU cooler can handle up to 100W TDP, Ivy Bridge included

Computer parts manufacturer NoFan plans to release a copper version of its huge CR-95C CPU cooler. It’ll weight 1020g, be made of pure copper, and be able to cool processors with up to 100W TDP (including Ivy Bridge‘s 77W). This monster will be 180mm wide and 148mm tall, meaning you better make sure that the [...]
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