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South Bay Engineering 2CoolPC Turbo

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About the Product

The 2CoolPC Turbo is a device that draws hot air out of your case to keep the system cool. The 2CoolPC Turbo version features a double ball bearing fan that runs at 2900 RPM. Also, the device uses .39 Amp of power and has a life expectancy of 55,000 hrs.

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SystemLogic.net 6/10 Dec 20 '00
Tweak Town 8/10 Oct 04 '00
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South Bay Engineering 2CoolPC Turbo Roundups and Shootouts

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South Bay Engineering 2CoolPC Turbo Review AwareMag -- Mar 14 '01
South Bay Engineering 2CoolPC Turbo Review Blue Smoke -- Jan 17 '02
South Bay Engineering 2CoolPC Turbo Review LittleWhiteDog.com -- Sep 04 '01
South Bay Engineering 2CoolPC Turbo Review Mikhailtech -- Mar 09 '01
South Bay Engineering 2CoolPC Turbo Review Overclocked Cafe -- Aug 19 '01
South Bay Engineering 2CoolPC Turbo Review PC Mechanic -- Nov 02 '00

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"For testing I used my everyday system with Hardware Monitor Pro keeping tabs on the temps. Hardware Monitor has a cpu idle feature that I turned off for testing and I used CPU Stability Test to..."

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"The 2COOLPC Turbo only draws .39 amps, so there should be no need in worrying about there not being enough power generation inside your case with this baby hooked up. I don't know how various..."

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