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Thermaltake Frio Extreme Reviews
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|Frosty Tech||89%||May 20 '12|
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"It's a big cooler by any definition, so measure out from the center of the processor to ensure it will fit with your hardware. Recommended."
"A very high performing cooler which will certainly satisfy the overclocking audience."
"Priced roughly around $99, the Frio Extreme looks to pack a punch when it comes to cooling performance."
"Thermaltake has once again shown why they make some of the best coolers around. The Frio Extreme performed pretty well on our test bench and was not as loud as that of the Frio Advance which we test just last week. The dual tower heat sinks has once again top the charts of being the best technology to get the best cooling performance."
"With the Frio Extreme, you get one of the best performing air coolers available, but at what cost? It is so large that it will not fit in most cases, and will cause clearance issues for a lot of RAM. It is heavy enough to begin really worrying about your computer if you haul it around to LAN parties. It is loud at 100% and at $100, you could nearly buy a water cooler for the same amount. For someone looking for the best-of-the-best air coolers, it is really going to come down to whether you like the look of this cooler more than the Noctua NH-D14 and are willing to pay the $10 premium."