There have been a number of attempts to bring something new into the cooling business, like fans in PCI slots or on a flexible arm.  Some sound great, but have yet to make an appearance, like carbon black thermal paste or nano-forests.  The next contender is the Noise Limit SilentFlux CPU Cooler which uses a bubble pump to move liquid around in a self contained radiator and fan setup.  [H]ard|OCP gave it a fair shot and it turns out that as a quiet, mid range cooler, the Noise Limit SilentFlux CPU is not a bad idea.

“Does an “innovative refrigerating pumpless liquid cooler” for your CPU that promises “near water cooling performance” sound interesting? Us too! Finally we were able to find them at Directron after seeing these at Computex in 2007.”

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