GlobalWIN VOS32 CPU Cooler Pro Reviews

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GlobalWIN VOS32 CPU Cooler Reviews

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"Is it worth that hard earned jack to throw down and order one? Yes for two reasons, first it is a kick ass cooler sure to perform and draw attention. Second, check the interview done with Todd, owner operator of CoolerGuys.Com and you will know why any gear purchased from these folks is worth it's weight in gold. Thanks again Todd for your time, putting up with our dead asses, and the cool toys to play with!!"
"Well, as you can see, the VOS-32 is one huge ass fan. It might not look as cool as the Artic Cooler or the Golden Orb, but god damn does it blow. (I mean this in a good way). With the size of its' heatsink along with the 2 fans, the VOS-32 certainly does the job of cooling off your CPU. The only gripe most people are probably going to complain about is the size of the heatsink and the mediocre thermal glop included"
"The VOS32 does a very good job of getting that PIII Cooled! Very on par with the other great Alpha cooler. The only item that may be of interest is that it needed .05 more volts to keep it stable at 825MHz."
"I would be more inclined to think that the two high-speed fans spiraling air downward is what helped more than anything. The more air the better is the rule I have always used –and I think that rang true in my test with the VOS32 cooler."
"The package came with the heatsink, the fans, all of the metal screws and stuff, as well as a pretty comprehensive manual. I had pretty much no trouble reading and understanding the thing, which is pretty good since I can mess up opening a bag of chips. The thing you don't see in these pics above is the flimsy little clip GW is using to hold this mammoth hunk of metal onto the CPU."