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Thermaltake Silent Tower Review

Posted on Saturday, June 12 2004 @ 00:29:17 CEST by LSDsmurf

Today's world is putting high demands on the pc. The manufactures are always looking for ways to make the processors run faster. Overclockers are looking to make the pc run faster and more efficient then what the manufacture has intended for it to. With all of these demands comes a down fall called HEAT. Heat and processors don't go well together. Everyone has a different way of dealing with the heat. Some people add a dozen fans to their case and others rely on water cooling. Today I got a chance to look at a new way of dealing with the heat produced by the processor. Thermaltake has combined the technology of heatpipes to a heatsink to produce the Silent Tower CL-P0025 Heatsink.

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