Posted on Sunday, April 10 2005 @ 13:08:39 CEST by LSDsmurf
CPUs are becoming faster and hotter. One of the biggest problems is cooling these fast CPUs. The current way of cooling is to use a heatsink and attaching a fan on top. There really isn’t a problem with this, but the fans seem to become quite loud when maximum cooling is needed. Today we have Arctic Cooling’s Silencer 4 Ultra TCL, donated by Scythe. DevHardware has reviewed Arctic Cooling’s VGA Coolers in the past, and they have delivered top notch performance. Will this CPU cooler be on par with the VGA Coolers?