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Cooler Master Z600 CPU Cooler

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Andy Mc 29th October 2008, 13:12 Quote
That cooler is huge.

I wonder if owners of these big coolers are like owners of big cars?
compensating for something.... :P
Meanmotion 29th October 2008, 13:13 Quote
Why do you think they got Harry to review it...
Gunsmith 29th October 2008, 13:13 Quote
i ****ing love you baz
BioSniper 29th October 2008, 13:13 Quote
I'm sure that cant be a good amount of weight to have hanging off the board.

(also Page 5, the sentance "For the asking cost of close to £35, you could pick also yourself up the still superb Thermalright Ultra 120 eXtreme " makes no sense :P )
modgodtanvir 29th October 2008, 13:14 Quote
Harry: "Where's the bull?"
Tim S 29th October 2008, 13:15 Quote
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Originally Posted by BioSniper
(also Page 5, the sentance "For the asking cost of close to £35, you could pick also yourself up the still superb Thermalright Ultra 120 eXtreme " makes no sense :P )

Whoops, Harry's been writing things the wrong way ever since those pics... maybe the studio flash has blinded him indefinitely!
BioSniper 29th October 2008, 13:16 Quote
Bit-tech.net - The home of the Engrish modding community ;)
The Infamous Mr D 29th October 2008, 13:31 Quote
Harry always looks so happy when he's snapped for a review - is this always the case?

I can just picture it - Harry frolicking and skipping around clutching the latest shiny bit of kit, waving his youthful brand of hopeless optimism around like a burning flag and everyone else sat about morbidly telling him to stop being so bloody cheerful and bugger off.
Boogle 29th October 2008, 13:40 Quote
I found this cooler quite effective - its easier to set up than the TRUE, albeit needing to remove the motherboard for refitting / fitting. Temps in my case were comparable, with the Coolermaster actually being a few c cooler. That was with one cooler - but the rear exhaust fan was close to the heatsink itself.

I'm guessing its down to the fact that it doesn't rotate like the TRUE does, you put the 4 screws through and that's it. I'm always knocking the heatsink when I'm playing around with the hardware - can't be good for the thermal compound.
Teknokid 29th October 2008, 14:20 Quote
I reviewed this for another site a while back, very impressed with its cooling power, but as they mentioned, bit of a pig to fit.
Baz 29th October 2008, 14:33 Quote
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Originally Posted by The Infamous Mr D
Harry always looks so happy when he's snapped for a review - is this always the case?

I can just picture it - Harry frolicking and skipping around clutching the latest shiny bit of kit, waving his youthful brand of hopeless optimism around like a burning flag and everyone else sat about morbidly telling him to stop being so bloody cheerful and bugger off.

A certain highly anticipated case arrived in the office today - I did a little dance to celebrate.
Mankz 29th October 2008, 14:36 Quote
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Originally Posted by Gunsmith
i ****ing love you baz
Gunblade 29th October 2008, 14:38 Quote
The pictures made this review absolutely stellar.
The boy 4rm oz 29th October 2008, 14:41 Quote
That is a very..........................big cooler lol.
p3n 29th October 2008, 15:10 Quote
Love the victory shot haha
The Infamous Mr D 29th October 2008, 15:18 Quote
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Originally Posted by Baz
Quote:
Originally Posted by The Infamous Mr D
Harry always looks so happy when he's snapped for a review - is this always the case?

I can just picture it - Harry frolicking and skipping around clutching the latest shiny bit of kit, waving his youthful brand of hopeless optimism around like a burning flag and everyone else sat about morbidly telling him to stop being so bloody cheerful and bugger off.

A certain highly anticipated case arrived in the office today - I did a little dance to celebrate.

Was it a little dance of joy? :)
liratheal 29th October 2008, 16:13 Quote
Considering its size, it doesn't seem to be all that impressive at keeping stuff cold..

Also, this seems to be a common feature, Baz always seems to be ecstatic in his pictures. Are you like that all the time, or is it just a camera thing? :B
badders 29th October 2008, 16:35 Quote
I have a request - all photos of reviewed kit should now have Harry holding them, smiling in his inimitable way.
ParaHelix.org 29th October 2008, 17:04 Quote
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Originally Posted by badders
I have a request - all photos of reviewed kit should now have Harry holding them, smiling in his inimitable way.


+1, he rules, he should be in a comedy show, called...hmm...BitTech.net!
docodine 29th October 2008, 17:51 Quote
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Quote:
Originally Posted by badders
I have a request - all photos of reviewed kit should now have Harry holding them, smiling in his inimitable way.


+1, he rules, he should be in a comedy show, called...hmm...BitTech.net!

+1
djDEATH 29th October 2008, 18:25 Quote
win
HourBeforeDawn 29th October 2008, 20:39 Quote
"The Cooler Master Hyper Z600 brings something a little different to the table with support for totally passive, single and dual fan cooling."

How is that different or new??? many coolers on the market already offer such configurations..... but ehh anyhow nice review just the same ^__^
[USRF]Obiwan 29th October 2008, 20:59 Quote
I vote for a lifetime achievement award for the Thermalright Ultra 120 eXtreme. It's still the unbeatable king for almost three years!
Baz 29th October 2008, 21:28 Quote
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Originally Posted by liratheal

Also, this seems to be a common feature, Baz always seems to be ecstatic in his pictures. Are you like that all the time, or is it just a camera thing? :B

I'm almsot always cheerful and smiley - life's too short to not enjoy it!
Kylevdm 29th October 2008, 22:03 Quote
Harry his usual cheery self and cooler master seem to make a good cooler that is crippled in certain areas...
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