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Coolink ChipChilla
5.4* out of 10

Coolink ChipChilla

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Coolink ChipChilla

4 September 2008
  • Conclusion: The ChipChilla is a great deal for less than 23 bucks if you are looking to get a little more out of your Overclock. The 60mm fan included is great and the total heatsink shouldn’t get in the way of most aftermarket CPU heatsinks.
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Overall 9

Coolink Chipchilla Chipset Cooler

14 July 2008
  • Summary: This cooler leaves me with mixed feelings. The cooler construction is of great quality. It is extremely light-weight and compact. It also operates at a low noise level. The overclocked and overvolted temperatures were lower than the all stock temperatures if only by a few degrees.
  • Pros: Low noise operation, Reduces temperatures, Motherboard compatibility, Lightweight, Long fan cable, Decent price
  • Cons: Clearance and installation issues with large CPU coolers, CPU cooler compatibility, Base could have a better finish, Only a few degrees cooler than the stock passive cooler, More noise compared to the stock passive cooler, Limited availability
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Overall 8

Expert Review

Tweak Town
14 April 2008
  • Excerpt: Coolink's GFXChilla proved itself to be a terrific VGA cooler. Now Chris tries their ChipChilla on an NVIDIA 680i board.
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Expert Review

20 March 2008
  • Conclusion: The Coolink Chipchilla chipset cooler is solidly performing cooler that blows away the stock chipset cooler.The cooler has an intricate design, very reminiscent of a CPU cooler, and has good noise performance.The design takes into account the various chipset designs and mounting attachments,...
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Coolink ChipChilla - Northbridge HSF

15 February 2008
  • Summary: To heat up the chipset and to record temperatures, we used the integrated video which is actually capable of MPEG-2 decoding. This little chipset is quite the powerhouse and we decoded video which running Prime95 and some HDD activity to make this chipset heat up.
  • Pros: Nifty design mirrors CPU HSFs, Quiet fan has vibration dampeners to further reduce noise, Provide better cooling that stock chipset cooling, Price - Sub $17
  • Cons: Design is limited due to many multi-chip cooling solutions on todays motherboards
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Overall 10

Coolink Chipchilla

15 February 2011
  • Conclusion: When cooling of this scale is achieved by an entirely silent cooler it is truly astonishing, as often effectiveness is sacrificed in exchange for a little silence. However, this is not the case with this cooler, as the statement “you can have your cake and eat it too” really does just about some up...
  • Pros: Silent, Great Price, Great looks, Awesome Performance
  • Cons: Installation was fiddly, Maybe a little costly?
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Coolink Chipchilla Chipset Cooler Review

Hardware Canucks
19 October 2008
  • Conclusion: Good price, good performance, easy installation; any of these things are adjectives that you could use when describing the ChipChilla. We also like the fact that this cooler has several easy mounting options.
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Coolink ChipChilla

21 August 2008
  • Excerpt: Votre chipset chauffe trop ? Grâce à son double caloduc imposant de 6 mm assorti d'un ventilateur silencieux de 60 mm, le Chipchilla refroidit aisément les chipsets actuels souvent sollicités voire overclockés.
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Coolink ChipChilla

23 March 2008
  • Conclusion: Mit dem ChipChilla hat Coolink einen wahren Chipsatz-Kühler-Monster in das Leben gerufen. In der heutigen Zeit werden Chipsätze wärmer und wärmer, deswegen muss auch eine gute Kühlung her. Dafür sollte der ChipChilla perfekt sein.
  • Pros: Schutzfolie, Verarbeitung, Preis/Leistung
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