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CPU Coolers Roundup Jan 2011 @ CDR Info

Posted on Saturday, January 15 2011 @ 07:21:33 CET by

The crowded market of cooling systems is confusing for most users as the available products are usually advertised and promoted in similar ways, they are claimed to offer superior features and it is hard to make out which is actually the right cooler for them. Size, easiness of installation, operation noise, compatibility with PC hardware, cooling efficiency and of course retail price are the main parameters that should be added to the mix, before someone decides to spend some money and upgrade a PC system.

In most cases, the differences among competitively priced CPU coolers are not obvious. Today we will try to bring some light to the CPU cooler market by putting 12 CPU coolers under test, made by Arctic Cooling, Glacialtech, Prolimatech, Skythe, Thermaltake and Titan. Read more at CDR Info.



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