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|7th December 2006, 14:28||#1|
Join Date: May 2002
Cooler Master Mars, Hyper UC, Hyper TX,
"We proceed with our analysis of thermal efficiency of coolers for new Intel Core 2 processors, started in our previous article. Remember that the key peculiarity of cooling Core 2 Duo and Core 2 Extreme is maximum admissible (according to Intel Specs) temperature in the center of their heat spreaders - only 60.1°C-61.4°C.
So, we've got another group of modern coolers to be tested for "compatibility" with Intel Core 2. At the same time we'll review them as all-purpose products from various price segments for several CPU lines."
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