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|25th August 2004, 14:02||#1|
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Gigabyte 3D Rocket Pro Cooler review
When we reviewed Gigabyte's first entry into the cooler market, we saw if nothing else a lot of potential. Weighing in at almost 1 kilo, it was a heavy beast, and while performance was great, a 1 kg copper cooler is going to cost a lot.
The Rocket Pro is Gigabyte's sophomore cooling product, and where the original Cooler GT missed, the Rocket hits home run after home run.
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