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Customer Service
Q: Do you accept individual user order?
Q: How would I place an order?
Q: What are the available methods of payment?
Q: How would I know the prices of your product?
Q: Is it secure to place an order online?
Q: What is your RMA policy?
Technical Support
Q: What is Heat Sink?
Q: What is Overclocking?
Q: What is the MicroFin® Technology?
Q: Why do we need the MicroFin® Technology coolers?
Q: Why do the MicroFin® Technology Coolers better than other coolers?

Do you accept individual user order?
A: Yes. You as our customer, we provide quality service for your satisfaction.
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How would I place an order?
A: There are several ways you can place an order. You can send email to sales@dynatron-corp.com, or contact us by phone at (510) 498-8888. You can also direct your request thru fax at (510) 498-8488.
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What are the available methods of payment?
A: We are currently accepting VISA & MasterCard credit cards for now. To make payment by phone, please have your credit card information ready. Our sales representatives will assist you to complete your transaction. We also accept cash payment if you wish to come directly at our sales offices.  
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How would I know the prices of your product?
A: Please send us your inquiry by email, phone or fax, and indicate what products you are interested to know. Our sales staff will respond on your request.  
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Is it secure to place an order online?
A: Currently we don't support online order. It is NOT SAFE to send any of your credit card information through our web site.  
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What is your RMA policy?
A: 1. Please download the RMA request form and refer to our RMA policy for return procedure.
2. Please fax the RMA request form to (510)498-8488 and obtain a RMA number.
 
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What is heat sink?
A: A component designed to lower the temperature of an electronic device by dissipating heat into the surrounding air. All modern CPUs require a heat sink. Some also require a fan. A heat sink without a fan is called a passive heat sink; a heat sink with a fan is called an active heat sink. Heat sinks are generally made of an aluminum alloy and often have fins.  
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What is Overclocking?
A: The term 'overclocking' describes the process of running your CPU at a clock and/or bus speed that the CPU hasn't been specified for - logically, that speed is usually higher.  
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What is MicroFin Technology?
A: MicroFin® is one of the worlds most advanced, new concept developed by Dynatron Corporation, and permits the production of copper heat sinks with a precise and super fine detail previously considered impossible. 
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Why do we need the MicroFin® Technology coolers?
A: As the Intel and AMD processors expanded faster, the thermal solution of cooling devices fair behind CPU. For cutting edge technology, Dynatron Corporation invested and developed the MicroFin® Technology to fill the current market needs to build a better device for the AMD: K7 (SocketA) Intel:FC-PGA(Socket 370) thermal solutions.
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Why do the MicroFin® Technology Coolers better than other coolers?
A: The traditional methods to make the heat sinks are Extrusion, Forging, and Die- Casting, and the maximum fins can be manufactured with a density approximately 20 to 40 fins their thickness or diameter. The material must mix with other metal to form heat sink with the thick and low-density fins that can't meet the thermal solution for the CPU. Some other method mix copper with other material to form the outer frame and brazed or weld the fins into the heat sink, which created the interface layer about 2 to 3 degree of the heat increase between the bottom heat sink and the fins, and also its very difficult to control the quality of the mass production heat sinks because some poor contract or disassociate of brazed or weld fins which is not a reliable products.
Nevertheless, Dynatron's MicroFin
® Technology coolers can eliminate all the weakness problems.

MicroFin® advantage points are:

Fin Cross Section - the cross sectional shape of the fin is skives with thin slice with 0.35 mm and 1.0mm pitch in the 60 x 60 heat sink that is better heat dissipation.

Fin Density - high density up to 60 fins for AMD K7 and Intel FC-PGA CPUs.
Fin Distribution - formed ideal distribution, the fins arrayed uniformly on the base without the interfaces, which decrease at lease 2 to 3 degree of heat source.
-applied the high quality of aluminum, and the copper to build the heat sinks for Cooler series.

Unique High Quality - cut though the whole pieces of aluminum or copper evenly to form up to 60 high thin fins, and all heat sinks are unique high quality in our production line. In conclusion, taking performance factor into account, Dynatron's CPU coolers had high-density fins 2 to 3 times than other coolers, and reliability quality products, we highly recommend high density fins of heat sink with high pressure drop cooling fan for your GHz CPU.

The model, DC1206BM-O and DC1206BM-L in our product list, are example of a new MicroFin CPU cooler, and it's one of the fineness in the world for the thermal management products. The high quality of DC1206BM-O and DC1206BM-L is the best CPU coolers to insure and protect your computer's CPU.

The process starts with a single piece of material, typically made of either copper or aluminum. A cutting tool contacts one surface of material and under controlled motion raises a fin, which is form with controlled thickness, height, and center to center spacing. Fins are uniform, consistent, and accurately spaced next one.

For Copper material:
Fin height can be 70 mm and up depends on the pitch and thickness
Fin pitch can be as small as 1 mm

For Aluminum material:
Fin height can ba also 70 mm and up depends on the pitch and thickness
Fin pitch can be as small as 1.3 mm

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