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Tuniq Propeller 120 CPU Cooler Review
Author: Rafael Otto Coelho
Type: Reviews Last Updated: April 13, 2010
Page: 2 of 8
Tuniq Propeller 120

In Figure 4, you can see the front side of the heatsink. On top of the base there is a small auxiliary heatsink. The main heatsink is horizontal and keeps a good distance to the base.

Tuniq Propeller 120
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Figure 4: Front view.

In Figure 5, you can see the heatsink from the side. According to the manufacturer, the "V" shape is inspired on the mighty aircraft carriers. Here you can see the four 8-mm heatpipes. Since there are two independent heatsinks, each tip of each heatpipe is connected to one heatsink. The fins are not plain, but with some rugosity in order to achieve better heat transfer.

Tuniq Propeller 120
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Figure 5: Side view.

From the top you can better see the disposition of the heatpipes.

Tuniq Propeller 120
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Figure 6: Top view.

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