Product: Sunbeamtech Core-Contact Freezer
Company: Sunbeamtech
Authour: James 'caveman-jim' Prior
Editor: Charles 'Lupine' Oliver
Date: October 23rd, 2009
Sunbeamtech Core-Contact Freezer HSF Review

Today Rage3D is examining a CPU heatsink and fan from Sunbeam, the Core-Contact Freezer. SunbeamTech was founded in 2000, originally specializing in cold cathode fluorescent lamps (CCFL). They soon expanded into fans and other case accessories, and now offer a full product line including power supplies, cases, controllers and mice.


Our mission is to satisfy computer DIYers all over the world who are tired of boring designs when it comes to computer hardware and who want exiting revolutionary products. Since our inception, we have grown to provide an extensive line of products to suit the wide scope of our customer's needs. Each of our products is visually exciting in its own right and when used together they are truly a magical sight to behold.

Our exceptional research & development team, which is located in Taipei, Taiwan, constantly strives to develop innovative, unique, and high performance products that shout out to our valued customers. It is our promise to you, the DIY enthusiasts everywhere, that we will continue to bring you groundbreaking, high value and appealing products that will assist you to "play it your way" and will always amaze and excite you.

[ Sunbeam CCF Box Front ] [ Sunbeam CCF Box Back ]

Product Highlights:

MSRP - $39.99

Four 8mm heatpipe tower design

590g / 125mm x 104mm x 155mm (L x W x H)

Exposed heat pipe design

Copper Heatpipe & Aluminum Fins

Backplane fan controller

Quiet Operation (16dBA)

Compatible with AMD socket 754/939/940/AM2/AM2+, Intel socket 775

This test will compare the performance of the Sunbeam Core Contact Freezer with the stock AMD Athlon II x4 heatsink and fan, in stock and overclocked conditions.

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