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May 27, 09 at 11:23am

it doesnt exactly look all that good to me, and ive never been a fan (haha, pun [/bad joke]) of those types of coolers. its upright for me.

May 27, 09 at 3:20am

Ouch, it's like a punch to the face if you buy it. x_o hey you wanted better cooling? TOO BAD /smack

the spacing on the fins and the overall layout make it look like they went for the cop-out move of the century. Zalman gets away with it because they have a huge array of fins to help remove heat, you can't use less and remotely expect the same result in testing.

:/ they should have chopped it before it went into mass production or at least had the R&D give it another look.

May 27, 09 at 1:40am

Good day,

For the first time in a long while, we reviewed a cooler:

Unfortunately this cooler did not agree with Carl though, it seems.

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