In Figure 3 you can have a side view of the cooler. Note the four heatpipes, which are curved so it probably won’t interfere with any component of the motherboard.
In Figure 4 you can check the rear side of DBX-B.
In Figure 5, you can see the cooler from above. There is a cap that protects the heatpipes tips and a small switch that allows you to choose the fan operating mode: Q (quiet) or P (performance).
In Figure 6 you can check the base of the cooler, which is a copper plate with a perfect mirrored finishing.
- 1. Introduction
- 2. Intel DBX-B
- 3. Installation
- 4. How We Tested
- 5. Our Tests
- 6. Main Specifications
- 7. Conclusions