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CoolJag Falcon 92 Cu HeatPipe Heatsink Review

Posted on Saturday, April 26 2008 @ 17:51:08 CEST by


When I sit back and reflect on processor technology, it’s amazing how far it has advanced over the years, and it seems like it’s done so with a quantum leap; single core processors, dual core and now quad core CPU’s. It’s just really amazing how fast and how soon all these advancements have come. Microprocessor makers have tried to alleviate the problem associated with making faster processors (that is heat) with shrinking the die of the cores and for the most part it has worked to keep maximum thermal temperatures at a workable level, although having a quad core will push any heatsink to its limits, especially once overclocked.



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