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jmke 19th August 2005 20:54

Cooler Master Blue Ice Northbridge Chipset Cooler Review
 
When I recently bought my nForce4 based mainboard, I immediately got irritated by the whining sound produced by the chipsets cooler. But Coolermaster has a solution; Blue Ice is the code name! Today IŽll be testing this fancy cooler

http://www.madshrimps.be/gotoartik.php?articID=356

jort 19th August 2005 21:26

heatpipes are the future it seams:D

but why so big? with the stock heatsink on my msi mobo i could clock as high as the sky and no limit on cooling.

K it's silent ^^

winguy 20th August 2005 04:51

How does it perform with the fan removed? Any better than a Zalman ZM-NB47J ?

piotke 20th August 2005 14:00

It starts warming up and warming up and warming up and ....

Nforce4 is a ***** to cool passive..

Faiakes 20th August 2005 14:41

Does it interfere with large VGA cards?

Faiakes 20th August 2005 14:43

Ooops, skip that, it is answered.

bchivers 18th September 2005 20:07

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When I recently bought my nForce4 based mainboard, I immediately got irritated by the whining sound produced by the chipsets cooler. But Coolermaster has a solution; Blue Ice is the code name! Today IŽll be testing this fancy cooler
Good article,I would like to install this on my board but I think it will interfere with the PCI-Ex 16 graphic card. Does anybody know if it can be installed on my board? If not any recommendations for a good cooler that will work.


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