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Review : Power Cooler PCH207H.M CPU Cooler

Posted on Thursday, November 07 2002 @ 09:34:10 CET by


MODTHEBOX has reviewed the Power Cooler PCH207H.M CPU Cooler :
Companies manufacturing coolers often target one specific audience and consumers often wonder which features are relevant to their current configuration and performance expectations. Features such as clear bladed fans, anodized heatsinks and shiny appearances are enough to influence a purchase decision. Cooling features and functions are usually the first reason why most consumers purchase certain HSF brands with popular brand names coming in a close second. While these types of decisions can be definite pros for many, most times performance is sacrificed. Today in MTB Labs, we will be evaluating the Power Cooler PCH207H.M CPU Cooler, a product marketed as a high performance cooling solution for the AMD and Intel platform


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