|jmke ||18th March 2007 21:28 |
OCZ Vindicator High Performance CPU Cooler
Working with the OCZ Vindicator CPU Cooler was a pleasure and very simple to install. It's weight and gauge of material have its benefits and some challenges. Foremost, you should take just a little care when handling and tweaking the CPU cooler because it is so thin. This same light weight concept also contributed immensely to its great performance even with a less than sturdy chassis. And there is the added benefit of so much less stress on the motherboard and CPU brackets commonly associated with large CPU tower coolers. http://www.virtual-hideout.net/revie...or/index.shtml
|geoffrey ||19th March 2007 00:25 |
Funny to see how heatpipes seem to radiate most of there heat into the same direction. Is it actually better to position those pipes as wide as possible?
|Kougar ||19th March 2007 03:27 |
Yeah, can attest my Scythe Ninja is pretty uneven with the heat distribution. Even so it sure didn't seem to hurt the Thermalright Ultra 120 "Extreme" results any.
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