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Old 5th April 2006, 04:45   #1
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Arctic Cooling Alpine 64

The Alpine 64 presents some stiff competition, especially when it's
price is taken into consideration. For a price of approximately $15 USD, the
Alpine 64 is an excellent choice for those who want to replace their noisy
stock cooler with a more efficient and quieter cooling solution.
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Old 5th April 2006, 13:52   #2
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owned the Coolermaster joke HSF hard
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1dBA - 4C; definition of owned is not quite in that range
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Old 5th April 2006, 15:39   #4
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In terms of noise, the Alpine 64 and Susurro were almost neck to neck, but the Susurro produced a frequent clicking noise.

"price of around 30 dollars" vs "For a price of approximately $15 USD"


it got owned, no question about that
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Alpine 64 in EU 7
http://www.afterbuy.de/afterbuy/shop...id%3D182258 3


Susurro prices have dropped to $22-24 range in the US, the Alpine 64 not yet available widely
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still way too much for a cooler that has a bearing noise
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that's one person's experience with the fan, I did not find the Susurro fan to be loud or clicking at low speeds.
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