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Coolink Corator DS CPU Cooler Review

Posted on Wednesday, February 10 2010 @ 03:23:12 CET by

Many believe that the air cooling market is stagnating and that we have reached the peak of what we can achieve with the tower heatsink design. But over the last few months, if we have learnt anything from manufacturers, it's that innovation is the driving force to make any break through and the last few weeks have certainly showed that the market is still alive and going strong. Back in November, we saw the release of the Noctua NH-D14, and before hand, Prolimatech and Corsair managed to successfully intimidate leading manufacturers such as Noctua and Thermalright. Today, Coolink are attempting to do the same thing and with their years of experience, they hope to deliver excellent performance to the mass market.

The Corator DS is the brain child of Coolink and while it may appear similar to the Noctua NH-D14 on first glance, rest assured that Coolink use their own innovations to not only cut costs but to deliver unparalleled performance. Coupled with the previously reviewed SWiF2-120P PWM fan, the Corator DS certainly looks promising. Unlike Noctua, Coolink hope that this cooler will not be reserved to the ultra enthusiasts who would normally fork out a lot of money to shave off a few degrees from their CPUs. Priced below most high end coolers, the Corator DS looks like an even more attractive offering with wider appeal amongst users.

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