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Globalwin VA476 Pentium 4 Heatsink Review

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| Posted: Aug 9, 2002 3:57 am

FrostyTech checks out the latest Globalwin VA476 Pentium 4 HSF.

Globalwin are one of the longest standing heatsink manufacturers in the industry, and with the close of this years Computex 2002 we have been patiently waiting to see what they have to offer. The VA476 is one of Globalwin's newest socket 478 pentium 4 heatsinks. Designed around a thick copper base, and lightweight set of nickel-plated aluminum fins, the VA476 certainly looks as though it has good breading. However, as always this is a senario that can sometimes offer foggy first impressions.
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