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|24th November 2004, 20:27||#1|
ThermalTake TR2 M13 SE @ Bytesector
All of these coolers are great at what they do and come feature packed,
but they also come with a price tag higher than most people want to pay.
So what is the solution? It is simply to introduce some lower-end, less
expensive coolers that play off the unique features that set ThermalTake
coolers apart. Well, after some time, the TR2 series has done just that.
Today I will be taking a look at the TR2 M13 socket 775 cooler. Using what
appears to be the same fan used on ThermalTakeís award-winning Silent
Boost, this heatsink uses a slightly different fin design than previous
socket 775 coolers, but will it be enough to out cool ThermalTakeís Jungle
512 cooler? Letís find out.
|24th November 2004, 20:49||#3|
Hollow copper core ??? And what about "always have a good contact with the core" ???
=> "You can't blaim us for not having a good contact with the core, becaus there isn't "
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