QuietPC Nofan Icepipe A40-Z68 Silent PC Review

CineBench and POV-Ray

QuietPC NoFan System Review

CineBench

Despite only being a stock i5-2500K, the QuietPC offering certainly has enough power to not leave you twiddling your thumbs too much when rendering. The OpenGL test is a particular highlight.

POV-Ray

Although the overall performance is obviously lagging behind the hyperthreading CPUs, the 2500K makes the most of each of its cores.

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Most Recent Comments

17-04-2012, 08:45:40

FTLN
Nice review Tom,, You not gonna try any overcloking on it ???

Would be good to see how far the cpu cooler could go....


Actually I think 86c is pushing it a bit already.....Quote

17-04-2012, 08:47:20

Firat
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Originally Posted by FTLN View Post

Nice review Tom,, You not gonna try any overcloking on it ???

Would be good to see how far the cpu cooler could go....
If it hits mid 70s @ stock, overclocked it will cook the CPU heatsink Quote

17-04-2012, 08:47:42

mArTyN
Quite a smart looking pc.....................nice review Quote

17-04-2012, 08:48:36

FTLN
Quote:
Originally Posted by Firat View Post

If it hits mid 70s @ stock, overclocked it will cook the CPU heatsink
Yep, but would be intresting to watch Quote

17-04-2012, 08:53:32

Firat
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Originally Posted by FTLN View Post

Yep, but would be intresting to watch
Definatly!Quote
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