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Thermolab Nano Silencer Review

Posted on Thursday, May 01 2008 @ 12:45:16 CEST by


The Thermolab Nano Silencer was intended to be a low profile Socket 775 cooling solution for your computer, and while it does adhere to the low profile standard, unfortunately it does not cool the processor as effectively as high end heatsinks may. At stock CPU settings, load temperatures hit 61 degrees Celsius - far surpassing my comfort zone! I recorded disappointingly similar results when the overclocked E6600's load temps jumped to 73 degrees Celsius. However, the Thermolab Nano Silencer does take advantage of its design; due to the size of the unit, I was expecting much higher temperatures.



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