Published on 12th July 2011 by
Originally Posted by r3loadedYou're missing the most crucial bit of information - does Phil Collins make a (re)appearance in this cooler?
Because we don't have a temperature control chamber, it's more accurate to measure and quote the delta T (difference) between the ambient and CPU temperature. This means HSFs (heatsinks and fans) that were tested on different days, when the ambient temperature may have varied, can be fairly compared to one another.
Originally Posted by 8 Bit CharlieI can feel it cooling in the air tonight, Oh Lord!
simple to slot them in and clip on the fans securely. This is a welcome change from the rage-inducing, finger-torture mounting wires included with other CPU coolers
Originally Posted by tonyd223lordy! who's gonna be the first to post a link to the no-fen monstrosity?
Originally Posted by XirI probably just missed it, but what fan configuration did you use?
120mm? 140mm? 2? 3?
Originally Posted by ArticleFor our testing, we used two 120mm Sharkoon Silent Eagle 1000 fans, as these shift a decent amount of air while also running quietly.
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