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|18th February 2010, 16:32||#1|
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Tuniq Propeller 120: Big Typhoon with Core-Contact Technology?
A person who is not familiar with the CPU air-cooling field will hardly understand anything from the title of this article, and medical doctors will even doubt the sanity of the patient who may have written this phrase. Only overclockers with at least four years of experience will understand what we are going to talk about today. Before we start, we would like to explain (just in case) that among the existing CPU coolers there are really legendary solutions such as Scythe Ninja, Thermalright Ultra-120 eXtreme and Zalman CNPS7xxx. Of course, the famous Thermaltake Big Typhoon that was launched back in early 2005 is also one of them. Since then it has become a beloved favorite of many overclocking fans, some of whom have been using this cooler ever since. Why do we go back to the Big Typhoon in the introduction to our review of Propeller 120 cooler from Tuniq Co. Ltd.? Well, you will understand that shortly.
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