Published on 19th November 2007 by
Originally Posted by JipaIs the mobo really as bent as it shows in this image: http://www.bit-tech.net/content_images/2007/11/cooler_master_hyper_tx2_and_212/txmount-7.jpg ? Wouldn't like to see my lovely piece of hardware in such painful looking stance :/
Originally Posted by JipaBut then again.. If you compare the kink on that mobo to the one I saw at Campus Party that's not so big of a deal... However I'd like to point out that whoever made that to the poor mobo on purpose should be punished...
Originally Posted by drakaniousYeah, but not 90 CENTImeters--that's huge.
Originally Posted by christopher3393This is the first disappointing review I've read on this site in quite a while. The reviewer needs to take a clear stance on the results and make a clear and intelligent comparison with the selected Noctua Cooler. Muddled as is.
Originally Posted by ClockedI've noticed the bending before on the boards that get used for heatsink testing - I'd put it down to different tensions on different mountings but if the same board is getting bent like that it's only gonna be a matter of time before it breaks (pics please!)
Originally Posted by SinxarKnightsI would like to see the temps for the stock Intel and AMD coolers. They are not included in this review or the last one.
Originally Posted by CupboardYou say that it had poor contact in the middle, so does that mean you bent the processor (!) or shaved a bit off the top?
The build quality is very good and the 90mm sleeve bearing cooling fan is rated at just 22dB. It's designed to draw air in from the sides as well as the front before forcing it inwards - as a result, Cooler Master claims that this gives the effective cooling of a 100mm fan instead.
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