Coolink introduces ChipChilla chipset cooler

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Coolink today introduced its new ChipChilla chipset cooler. The ChipChilla employs a thick 6mm dual-heatpipe as well as a quiet 60mm fan. Thanks to the asymmetrical design and the flexible mounting system for mainboards with push-pins and mounting-hooks, the ChipChilla offers broad compatibility with Intel & AMD motherboards.
Today's chipsets produce more and more heat, particularly when overclocked. Mainboards, especially the more affordable ones, still tend to come with insufficient cooling solutions however", explains Timothy Chu, Coolink CEO. "Our ChipChilla easily cools current chipsets and also offers sufficient headroom for overclocking thanks to the supplied fan.


 Due to its 60mm fan, the ChipChilla can dissipate heat faster than comparable passive solutions. At only 19dB(A) however, the ChipChilla is significantly quieter than other chipset coolers employing small 40mm fans.

The ChipChilla features an asymmetric design that allows for the fan to be mounted on either side in order to evade compatibility issues with CPU coolers and graphic cards. The flexible mounting system for push-pins and mounting-hooks makes the ChipChilla compatible with virtually any current Intel or AMD mainboard.
Price and availability
The ChipChilla is available with immediate effect at a suggested retail price of EUR 16,90 / USD 16,90.

 I'm sure this chipset cooler can chill you out, if not or you just want to discuss please visit our  forums. 

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18-11-2007, 07:20:39

ive currently got a striker extreme, but the list of problems is doing my head in, and the lack of overclockability.
Im going to try and get a new mobo withing the next year (or month(s)) depending on what comes about.
What i really need is something that will allow sli, as i can see myself getting that in the next year (with 9xxx).
So, would you recomend the upcoming nvidia chip, intel skulltrail (if i can afford it) or wait until next year for when i go sli possibly and see whats out then?

18-11-2007, 07:21:18

oh, it needs penryn support, gonna try get one of them soon and my striker wont work with them :(

18-11-2007, 07:29:45

you will be wanting the 780i chipset then. Thou the penryn support is what has delayed it :rolleyes:

18-11-2007, 12:41:01

yup, but I just hope overclocking etc is good on it. i really like intel chips, they work out the box, my striker has been far from that.
I might stick with myn for a year, then get nforce 8 or whatevers out then along with a penryn or what ever. :D

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