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|25th May 2006, 09:49||#1|
Join Date: May 2002
Does the OEM AMD Dual Core Processor Cooler Really Need Upgrading?
I think the results of the testing really speak for themselves. AMD has gone the extra mile to provide the consumer with a quality HSF that is compact, quiet and cools damn well. It's refreshing to find a bundled cooler that can stand up to some modest overclocking, and do it pretty quietly.
|25th May 2006, 12:54||#2|
Did the mounting bracket needed upgrading then? Don't forget that developing new brackets and having to produce them makes our heatsinks more expensive even if we don't go AM2.
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