Thermolab Baram CPU Cooler Review
The performance of the Thermolab Baram CPU Cooler was within 2 degrees Celsius of the vaunted TRUE when under load. When you add a second fan, however, you are going to see the exact same performance from the Baram as you do from the TRUE, pretty stout for any competitor considering the TRUE seems to be the standard all coolers are measured against. I really liked the overall layout of the Baram cooler, it uses the towering style of cooler that somewhat looks like the Thermalright Ultra 120 Extreme, however uses copper heatpipes. Thermolab decided to throw 5 total heatpipes on this cooler, which go from the base of the cooler all the way through the large fin array in a way that they are not too close together, allowing for the heat to be evenly dissipated from them to the surrounding fins. The mounting hardware of the Thermolab Baram cooler is both a positive and a negative aspect to the cooler depending on your point of view; sure it is very sturdy and is not going to fail and fall off of your processor, however it does make it a pain in the butt to get on.
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