Coolink ChipChilla

Test Results

Test Results
Idle temp without fan
Load Temps without fan
Idle temperatures with fan
Load temperatures with fan
Results Observations
The results of the testing phase were very impressive to say the least. When you compare the ΔT between both chipset coolers it would be comparible to 'splitting hairs' as the difference between the two is pretty much negligible. The Coolink ChipChilla managed to provide some excellent cooling performance today. Well done Coolink!
Whilst I didn't put the Coolink ChipChilla through a series of dedicated noise tests, I can say that it is extremely quiet. I wasn't able to hear the fan at all, especially over the Intel reference cooler.
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Most Recent Comments

16-05-2008, 07:52:24

Does the Coolink ChipChilla have what it takes when the going gets toasty?

Coolink ChipChillaQuote

17-05-2008, 15:43:02

Deffo a nice cooler, worth a look if you're after something nice and chunky for your hot NB

Nice review as usual PeevsQuote

17-05-2008, 15:50:12

looks and performs well compared to the noctura thing

not so sure about the name though

good reviewQuote

18-05-2008, 05:58:51

Thanks guys. Yeah it is a little on the beefy side quite a good performer if you have the room.Quote

18-05-2008, 06:29:38

Great review PV. Looks like a tidy piece of kit. I would like to have seen how it compared to the stock cooling solution to show how much of an improvement could be had but regardless, it certainly holds its own with the noctua. Well done m8.Quote

19-05-2008, 06:29:13

Hi guys, is it just me or did the two coolers in the test have absolutely no effect on load temps?

I can see that they cooled the chipset down by around 6 degrees C at idle but gave the same result at load (51.xx & 52.xx degrees C respectively).

Kind'a defeats the purpose, if the purpose is overclocking...don't ya think?

Can't see the point myself.

Me thinks I'll keep me money in me pocket!Quote

13-06-2008, 03:27:34

the Coolink WHAT?Quote

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