SilverStone Nitrogon NT06 Pro Reviews
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SilverStone Nitrogon NT06 Reviews7
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|PC Modding Malaysia||80/100||May 21 '06|
|Phoronix||8/10||Sep 08 '06|
|Red & Blackness Mods||4/5||Jun 12 '06|
|Technic3D||---||Aug 04 '06|
|XSreviews.co.uk||4/5||Oct 04 '06|
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"As a HTPC cooler the SilverStone NT06 Pr0 is verging on being perfect. It has excellent looks, top notch build quality, tower heatsink-equivalent performance, an innovative form factor, a flexible and simple mounting system and a competitive price. Consequently, the SilverStone NT06 joins the ranks of some of the most highly regarded products here at eTeknix as we award it the Editor’s Choice award."
"The NT06 is a capable heatsink & fan solution which will flourish in a case were space is restricted. The included fan can be quite noisy or dead silent when its speed is turned down with the included fan controller, the performance/noise balance is not the best out there but its far from bad."
"All in all, the NT06 is a decent CPU cooler that will fit in almost any motherboard or casing. For about USD$60 / RM218, you get a heatpipe cooler, a powerful fan and an awesome retail package. The installation part was tough and we wouldnt recommend it for novice users."
"The Nitrogon NT06 has delivered a new heatsink design for SilverStone -- though it is similar to some of Thermalright's creations -- and with its powder heatpipes is certainly able to pack a performance punch."
"While the price tag may be a little high, the NT06 would be a great choice for anyone will to spend the money. Installation wasn't really any problem other than having to remove the motherboard, and the temperatures should be good enough for anyone that's still looking at air cooling."