CCK 6027D vs CCK 6035D Heatsinks
by david, 25 January 2002
solutions are fast becoming one of the favorites on the market,
taking advantage of copper's ability to conduct heat better than
plain old aluminium. In the beginning, copper heatsinks were far
and few in between, possibly due to the problems manufacturers had
with coming up with a decent design, as well as problems with copper
being very malleable. The majority of copper heatsinks nowadays
all incorporate a few basic similarities, including high fin density
and the usage of a high CFM fan needed to be able to push sufficient
air through the tightly packed fins of the heatsink.
A couple of
weeks ago, I received the Vantec CCK 6027D and the CCK 6035D from
Vantec is one of the few companies providing CPU cooling solutions
that is not located in Taiwan, but in the United States of America.
While not being as well known as other companies such as Swiftech
or Alpha, Vantec is rapidly becoming one of the premiere names in
CPU cooling solutions.
to Vantec for the lateness in this review as I had been having problems
getting a stable system running.
With the introductions
done, lets take a quick look at the specifications of the heatsinks