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- Thursday, June 21st, 2001 Like Share


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shorman Jun 23, 01
I wish that you tested this Gladiator with a faster cpu, many overclockers try to play with 1+ GHz cpus. But this review is still inreresting.
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Gxcad Jul 1, 01
I would like to know how heavy the cooler is in grams with the fan. Anyone know this? Anyone try the alternative "top motor fan" that pushes 36cfm? How is the noise on that fan?

-Gxcad
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Tambo Jul 2, 01
yup, i believe i read it's 380g. it's a bit heavy but considering the clip mechanism i don't think it would be an ultimate terror in a car trip if handled right.
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JOJABR Sep 13, 01
I've heard that the top motor fan is actually pretty quiet compared to the delta, due to the fact that its spinning at 6500 RPM. It's performance is also good, too. It's only quiet if you don't have any huge blowholes or things like that that can let lots of sound out.
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Butterball Jun 30, 02
this was the very first H/F combo i put on my 1 gig T-Bird and i must say it was loud!!! but it preformed great runbibg stock sped i ran 10-15 f over ambient temps and when i bumped it up to run at 1.3 i ran at 25-30 fover ambient. the only thing i have seen that ooutpreforms this is a water cooling system. my hatt is off to OCZ on this on. (runing the delta fan)
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Gxcad Jul 1, 02
I bet the sk6 will outperform it (with identical fans) anyday;). The Gladiator is quite dated, get with the system and get a swiftech MCX462 or dr thermal extreme;). Gladiator is not bad, but forgotten in the face of newer and better heatsinks.

-Gxcad
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