Chipset cooling has become a predominant factor in many people’s choices when purchasing coolers, and with many CPU coolers offering impressive collateral cooling for the chipset, it seems that not much more can be done to cool the sometimes inaccessible chipset.
Enter Coolink, who have sent me the new ChipChilla to review.
“Today’s chipsets produce more and more heat, particularly when overclocked. Mainboards, especially the more affordable ones, still tend to come with insufficient cooling solutions however”, explains Timothy Chu, Coolink CEO. “Our ChipChilla easily cools current chipsets and also offers sufficient headroom for overclocking thanks to the supplied fan.”