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The Enzotech SLF-1 Forged Copper Northbridge/Southbridge Low-Profile Heatsink features a mirror-finished heatsink, a forged copper pin structure and a very low-profile design at a mere 13.5 mm! Designed with compact motherboards in mind, the low height makes it much easier to mount - and avoids interference with SLI or Crossfire systems. The mirrored-finish ensures perfect thermal conductivity between the processor and the heatsink and the all copper design lets the Enzotech SLF-1 cool amazingly well!
The total height is 13.5mm which reduces the likelihood of interference with other components and provides the best efficiency within a limited space.
Total Reviews: 7 Average Rating:
Effective but noisy07-27-2011
Reviewer: ix-66 (3)
High quality copper heatsink, does its job well. Fits nicely under videocards. Fairly easy install. However Enzotechs''s website rates the attached 35mm fan @ 28dB; NO WAY. The annoying high-pitched whine coming from this little fan literally drowns out all my other 6 case fans combined.
The COOL Tiny Titan!05-03-2011
Reviewer: JCM (7)
Ok, for starters, this little guy may not look like much, but it sure pulls it''s own weight when it comes to keeping a chipset cool. I''m running an ASUS Rampage II Extreme board and this was the only cooler that I found that would fit and allow and XFi sound card to mount in the PCIE x1 slot. As usuall, stock heatsinks are usually below par, I would run Crysis 2 @ 1920 x 1200 w/ VSYNC and High detail for about 45 mins and my Northbridge would hit 70 celcius!!! But with this little monster on.... My NB would max out at 47 Celsius!!! MAJOR IMPROVEMENT!! Very pleased with this purchase and I would reccomend it to anyone!!
Reviewer: Amann (3)
easy installation, looks good, I really like copper, along with these and mosfet copper heatsinks it really stands out on my board.. good functionality and looks (that I really like) only con I can think of is no tape covering the surface of heatsink? not that big of a deal but when I opened it I immediately left a fat finger print on the surface. Im just a little tempramental about anything but my chipset and TIM touching my heatsinks other than that good heatsink :)
Does the job very well05-23-2010
Reviewer: purevw (1)
When space is very limited, this is your best option. Cools much better than the factory cooler on my ASUS K8N-DL board. Can''t comment on the TIM since I used Arctic Silver 5. If you have a large video card, this will do the best job for you.
Reviewer: sumthin gud (2)
replaced the crap heatsink on my maximus formula SE, and although it didn''t go on straight, it worked nonetheless. Dropped SB temps from 47 load to 36 load. beautiful. I think the given TIM is trash though.