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    Thermalright HR22 Plus black passive cooler spotted

    Bulky cooler weighs over a kilo but can handle up to 65W in passive mode.
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    Re: Thermalright HR22 Plus black passive cooler spotted

    What <admin removed> have they done to it as the original HR-02 could handle 100w in passive mode?

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    Re: Thermalright HR22 Plus black passive cooler spotted

    <mod removed>. That's a massive peace of metal)
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    Re: Thermalright HR22 Plus black passive cooler spotted

    Quote Originally Posted by Ice Tea View Post
    What the diddly diddly<edited by Ned Flanders> have they done to it as the original HR-02 could handle 100w in passive mode?
    That would seem odd, perhaps the original was over-rated and this is a correction? AIUI the back effect is really about having a rougher surface at the microscopic level so it increases the surface area and should improve heat transfer. I struggle to see how the finish would make things worse.

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