We're going to be taking a look at a cooler from a previously unknown company. Dynatron was formed back in '91 mainly producing AC and DC fans. They have since expanded over to producing heatsinks to give the demands of the public a new choice for cooling their CPU.
We received this new copper unit from the Heatsink Factory, the DC1206BM-0 model from Dynatron. The guys at HSF always stock the best units, so I was prepared to be see some good cooling results from this unit.
Some basic specs of the unit to whet your appetite:
- Air Flow:37.61C.F.M
- Dimensions(L*W*H) - Fan:60*60*25(mm) Sink:65*63*32.15(mm)
The unit is recommended for AMD Socket A1.5/1.6/1.7GHZ chips and INTEL FC-PGA(Socket 370) 933MHZ and 1/1.26GHZ chips. Sorry P4 users, this one is does not support it : (
So what exactly makes this unit stand out? Dynatron proudly displays on their site about MicroFine Technology. Here's what Dynatron says about it:
"What is the MicroFins® Technology?
MicroFins® is one of the worlds most advanced, new concepts developed by Dynatron Corporation, and permits the production of copper heat sinks with a precise and super fine detail previously considered impossible."
To put it in layman's terms, it basically is saying they've got a lot of small fins available on their unit. The way it was created was that the unit does not have its fins connected to the base. Its really just one large chunk of copper that was sliced thinly to form these fins.