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Old 17th September 2003, 04:49   #1
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CoolerMaster's latest radial fan is a real eye-catcher... check it out.


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With the newly released Jet 7 CoolerMaster further explores the world of radial fan heatsinks. There latest, the Aero 7, was a success. The Jet 7 has a bigger fan, but a cheaper heatsink. Does it manage to keep up the good name of it's older brother?
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Old 17th September 2003, 07:38   #2
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great review , would be interesting to see how much the retail price will be, if it's lower then the aero7 it might be a good deal though
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Old 17th September 2003, 08:38   #3
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Great article, love the noise ranking score
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thanks

Here's another article:
http://www.systemcooling.com/modules...ticle&sid=1213

Different conclusion though, they claim lapping the heatsink helps alot. I must say the bottom seems to have a perfect finish to me. A shame I haven't got much time to lap it, otherwise i'd update the article. Oh well, maybe tomorrow.

By the way, how do you guys find my reviewing style? Personally, i hate unnecesary chit chat. I just want to show an interesting graph at wich readers can make their own conclusion at the glance of an eye. The verdict is summed up in one sentence for each subtest, ideal for the lazy internet generation.
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Old 17th September 2003, 12:47   #5
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i see that leaving early yesterday has payed off
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writing is great, personally I lose my attention when something takes too long to read/work and skip to the next part...

I think many people have the same attitude!
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now i have the intention to be a lazy bum by just reading the verdicts
btw:love idea of the verdicts
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now i have the intention to be a lazy bum by just reading the verdicts
good, that's what they're for
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to the point articles/reviews are the best !
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gutted... got an Aero 7+ running at min on a 2500+ Athlon... hoped that the Jet 7 would be an improvement, obviously not...
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