Nexus Launches two new CPU Coolers

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New Nexus CPU Coolers: LXM-8200 - AXM-8200

Nexus have launched two new CPU coolers the LXM-8200 for Intel LGA-775 socket and the AXM-8200 for AM2, 940, 939, 754 socket CPU’s. Both coolers are identical with only the preinstalled mounting being different. These tower (side blower) CPU coolers are equipped with two high performance copper heat pipes with an diameter of a 8mm. The coolers have a combination of pure copper aluminum fins for the best possible dissipation/weight balance. The PWM-controlled fan has 10cm diameter rotor to provide massive airflow all directed directly at the heat-pipes. The RPM has been set to a maximum of quiet 1500 RPM speed, yet with enough CFM and static pressure to give your CPU all the necessary cooling it requires.

Aluminum and Copper fins
The combination of aluminum and copper fins give a great balance between heat dissipation capabilities and weight. High fins density for the largest possible surface area.

One of the thickest Heat-Pipes in the market

The two U-shaped copper Heat-Pipes with which the LXM-8200 is equipped have a massive 8mm diameter. This in contrast with many coolers in the market with only 6mm diameter heat pipes. This 2mm extra gives the cooler the extra power to cool the CPU without massive airflow.

Pre-installed mounting clips / push pins
Both coolers are very easy to install both have the mounting parts already installed. Just remove the old cooler, use some new thermal past and install the new cooler. All can be done without the use of a screwdriver.

Check Nexus' website for more details and specifications.

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29-08-2007, 06:03:40

shiftlocked
Hi Guys,

Heres one for you all. The masses of spam that Im getting really is like when i went to the doctor and said

doctor doctor. I had a car accident
Whassat he says
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That must be driving yer nuts :D

So does anyone have a decent spam filter suggestion for outlook 2007 and 2003.

Thanks

29-08-2007, 06:22:36

Jim

Hi Guys,

Heres one for you all. The masses of spam that Im getting really is like when i went to the doctor and said

doctor doctor. I had a car accident
Whassat he says
well I have a steering wheel lodged in my trousers..
That must be driving yer nuts :D

So does anyone have a decent spam filter suggestion for outlook 2007 and 2003.

Thanks



All the best spam filters are at the server level imo. Speak to your ISP about getting some decent spam filtering enabled, or change your email service provider.

29-08-2007, 06:46:18

Dav0s
I just started using thunderbird yesterday, and it has a trained spam filter.

ie. you mark a few messages as spam, then it guesses the rest and marks them aswell. if you do this a few times, marking the ones it misses, and unmarking the ones it wrongly identifies, then you should very soon have a 99% acurate spam filter.

its very good :)

29-08-2007, 06:54:37

shiftlocked
TB doesnt have support for exchange server tho :-( Most spam now is this stupid gif pictures that people send through so theres no body to judge the content to see if its spam

29-08-2007, 07:31:34

Jim

TB doesnt have support for exchange server tho :-( Most spam now is this stupid gif pictures that people send through so theres no body to judge the content to see if its spam



Just mark all html mail as spam. Problem solved :D

29-08-2007, 07:58:36

nunzio
talk to your ISP or put a spamassassin relay inbetween :)
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