Ultra Release Aluminum Hard Drive Cooler with Heatpipes

"New Hard Drive Cooler from Ultra Products."

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Official Press Release

New Hard Drive Cooler from Ultra Products

Keep your hard drive running a peak efficiency by keeping it as cool as possible. The Ultra Aluminum Hard Drive Cooler with Heatpipes dissipates heat efficiently and quietly. The hard drive cooler features passive thermal heat dissipation using fan-less operation, high-performance sintered powder heatpipes and top heatsink fins. The rubber dampers reduce your hard drives noise and vibration to make your PC run as quiet as possible. Make your hard drive run quieter and cooler with Ultra’s Aluminum Hard Drive Cooler with Heatpipes today!

Specifications

  • Heatpipe Material: Sintered Powder Heatpipe
  • Heatsink Material: Aluminum
  • Grounding: Wire Grounding
  • Dimensions: 143 x 122 x 42mm
  • Weight: 402g

Features

  • Passive Thermal solution for Hard Drives
  • High performance sintered powder heatpipe dissipates heat efficiently
  • Rubber dampers reduce HDD noise and vibration
  • Top heatsink fins provide an outstanding cooling surface area
  • Fan-less operation

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The Ultra Aluminium HDD cooler comes with a limited 3 year warranty and an MSRP of US$42.99

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18-10-2007, 09:08:13

Mankano
Hello,

I'm going to rent a new rootserver (because my old one's cpu sucks) and I decided to take one from NGZ-Server.de with
Intel Core 2 Quad Q6600
4GB ram
and windows 2003 server edition

But some friends of mine said that the quadcore technology isn't good enough yet, so it will only cause crashes and bugs, and I should rent a normal dualcore server.

What do you think about that? oO

Greetings, Mankano

18-10-2007, 09:11:08

Jim
Sounds like your friends need a slap ;)

One of our servers is a Q6600, and it hosts our game servers just fine :)

18-10-2007, 10:25:26

Mankano
Yay, thanks a lot :)

18-10-2007, 10:28:13

Rastalovich

Sounds like your friends need a slap ;)

One of our servers is a Q6600, and it hosts our game servers just fine :)



Any setup/installation issues m8 ? Or did it go just as well as it would have with, lets say, a conroe ?

18-10-2007, 12:41:25

Jim

Any setup/installation issues m8 ? Or did it go just as well as it would have with, lets say, a conroe ?



No problems at all. I had the latest servicepack and hotfixes integrated into the install via nlite, but it went without a hitch.
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