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Old 8th December 2010, 12:04   #1
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Over the past decades, technology has rapidly evolved. From legacy typewriters and paper to modern day keyboards and Microsoft's Office suite, the way we work has changed dramatically. This goes without saying that human attitudes towards technology have also evolved. From the typical 1990's "Can I use your old-school desktop, dad?" to the modern day setting of having one or more computers for everyone in the family, an increasing amount of people are becoming more obsessed with possessing their own personal electronic devices. Let's put it this way: Can you name the last high school kid who doesn't even know what half the parts in their computers do, and yet is now attempting to build their own system? Yeah, I can name quite a few. In general, everyone wants the latest and greatest, especially when it comes to computers. What I have specifically noticed in this area is the competition between people when it comes to processors. Some swear by Core i5s, which becomes surprisingly competitive against LGA 1156 Intel Core i7 processors once overclocked. But when it comes to CPUs, many other factors also come into play. This includes one of the biggest elements -- heat. Overclocking with increased voltage would introduce a large amount of heat, and your stock heatsink isn't necessarily designed to handle all the extra thermal energy. This is why many computer enthusiasts invest in aftermarket CPU cooling. These can range from a small price tag on value oriented units, to more bank-account-demanding high performance units like the Noctua NH-D14. Following up on Arctic Cooling, they claim to have produced a heatsink that is able to cool mid-range to higher end processors at a mere $35 price tag at press time. Compatible with Intel sockets 1366, 1156, and 775, as well as AMD sockets AM3, AM2+, AM2, 939, and 754, what we have here in our labs is the company's latest creation -- the Freezer 13. Being a proud owner of an LGA 1366 Intel Core i7 processor, I feel most excited to get my hands on one of these today for the review. Read on to see if this heatsink is worth your while!
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