OCZ Gladiator Max

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About the Product

The Gladiator Max CPU cooler supports Intel Socket 775 and AMD Socket 754/755/939/940/AM2 CPUs. Includes 120 x 25 x 120 mm fan (800-1500 RPM, 19.6-26.4 dBA) and 120 x 165 x 63 mm aluminum/copper heatpipe heatsink.

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OCZ Gladiator Max Reviews Rating: 70 out of 100 based on 1 rating.

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Hardware Bistro  --- Dec 12 '09
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Bjorn3D 7/10 Oct 15 '08
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Guru3d  --- Apr 10 '09
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"The Gladiator Max CPU cooler from OCZ Technologies performed fairly well during testing, (even though it was a short lived testing) making this product a mainstream user class. I feel this product..."

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Frosty Tech on

"In both groups of tests the OCZ Gladiator Max heatsink performed very well, particularly for the low amount of noise generated. The difference between the Gladiator Max and the best heatsink was..."

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Guru3d on

"But all in all, a very nice purchase for a product with a nice and user friendly design, it's quality material. I also would recommend the Gladiator MAX very much for HTPCs where you need some..."

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Hardware Bistro on

"Although OCZ is quite new in this CPU cooling industry but frankly to say they did a pretty good job for their Gladiator Max; we don't really care whether it is fully or semi designed by OCZ, as..."

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HardwareCanucks on

"If you are one of these people who are very happy with their Q6600 or the 9x50 line then the Vendetta 2 is a better, cheaper option. However, if you are an enthusiast who needs a very good 775..."

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