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Old 30th July 2005, 14:26   #1
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This unit will be reviewed by piotke and compared to the Thermalright XP-90C and Scythe SHOGUON; on an Athlon 64 system

VapoChill Micro

1. PERFORMANCE. By standards of weight, size, price and a 150W cooling capacity the VapoChill Micro™ series is clearly the most powerful cooler technology on the market. No more no less. The VapoChill Micro™ (cobber chamber) is placed directly on the CPU unlike existing heat pipe technologies. This mean better and more efficient absorption and transportation of heat from the CPU.

2. MASSIVE NOISE REDUCTION. The combination of the extreme cooling capacity of 150W a selection of top-quality fans and fan regulation offers the lowest possible noise levels.

3. LOW WEIGHT. The VapoChill Micro™ coolers weigh only a revolutionary 350 grams and do not break your motherboard or fry your CPU because of weight pressure.

4. UPGRADEABLE. All socket clips can be universally applied across all coolers - if you want to change CPU platform. Also, allowing you to experiment with performance and airflow, you can fit ANY 92mm fan on the VapoChill Micro™ coolers.

CONTROL. High-End & Extreme Performance fans are prepared for PWM (Pulse With Modulation) motherboards allowing the motherboard to adjust fan speed to actual CPU load.

6. MOTHERBOARD COOLING! 99% of the high-end heatpipe coolers on the market ONLY have horizontal airflow. This means they DO NOT cool the critical components on the Motherboard. The VapoChill Micro™ coolers are specifically designed to separate both vertical & horizontal airflows. In short: no overheating mother-boards.


8. AGGRESSIVE PRICING. Those alternatives close to the performance and low noise levels of the VapoChill Micro™ are up to 100% higher priced!! &menuID=497
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