ThermalRight demos heatsink chassis

Written by Tim Smalley

June 6, 2007 | 15:38

Tags: #case #chassis #heatpipe #heatsink #right #thermal

Companies: #thermalright

As we were walking around the show, we came across an interesting chassis design on ThermalRight’s stand earlier today – it’s a massive heatsink.

In many respects, this is nothing new, as Zalman has been selling cases that act as massive heatsinks for quite some time now. However, we’ve never seen anything quite like this.

The chassis we saw looked to be styled for use as an HTPC case, but instead of being a solid design with panels, it’s a massive array of fins. Zalman’s previous TN-series case designs have been panelled designs, but this thing is quite literally a heatsink.

Inside, there’s a base plate that comes into contact with your processor, which is then connected directly to the main body of the case, which is quite literally a giant heatsink. We’ll leave you with a couple of pictures, because as the saying goes a picture tells a thousand words.

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