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    Thermalright had some extremely wild heatsinks on display including this 10 heatpipe passively cooled heatsink for the 1366 Core i7.  Just make sure you have some good airflow in your chassis and you'll be fine.
    The other display was to show off their aftermarket GPU coolers.  Here we have an overclocked GTX480 running kombuster in a loop to show the peek temperature of only 66c.  The rather large fans helped make this possible and despite the large array of copper pipe the system remained compact enough to fit into a standard chassis.
    Sometimes at shows like this you need a day to just wander the show floor and try to have a good time.  The majority of our time was spent watching the EVGA show but we did get some sightseeing in as well.

    Day 4 is coming, since we didn't get a chance to wander thru Hall 1 and Hall 3 that will be the game plan for the morning, and then it's back to Nangang to wrap things up.