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Auras Shagon AHC-118 Lower Noise Heatsink Review Auras Shagon AHC-118 Lower Noise Heatsink Review
In this review Frostytech is testing Auras' lower noise Shagon AHC-118 tower heatsink. This CPU cooler stands 178mm tall, with a footprint of 135mm x 119mm. Weighing in at 951grams, this is one big heatsink.


Date: Nov 04, 2011
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Auras Shagon ARC-118 Heatsink Review Auras Shagon ARC-118 Heatsink Review
While the small size of the Shagon ARC-118 heatsink might make it better suited to processors with a TDP of less than 95W, no thermal limits are noted. As you'll see in Frostytech's test results, this little cooler can handle heat loads of 150W without difficulty, but is much better suited to 95W TDP environments.


Date: Jun 08, 2011
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Auras CTC-868 Heatsink Review Auras CTC-868 Heatsink Review
What makes the Auras CTC-868 heatsink stand out is that it's split into thirds, with the two outer sections holding the integrated fans.


Date: Mar 11, 2008
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Auras SMF-660 TwinW Intel Heatsink Review Auras SMF-660 TwinW Intel Heatsink Review
Auras ship the SMF-660 heatsink with a 92mm PWM fan that scales in speed from 1200-2100RPM with compatible motherboards. At its fastest speed the fan is moderately audible.


Date: Feb 02, 2008
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Auras LPT-709 Wave Heatsink Review Auras LPT-709 Wave Heatsink Review
Looking for a light weight heatsink that's compatible with both AMD and Intel processor platforms? The Auras LPT-709 heatsink runs quietly.


Date: Dec 30, 2007
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Auras LPT-700 Heatsink Review Auras LPT-700 Heatsink Review
The Auras LPT-700 is an Intel-only socket 775 heatsink designed for quiet cooling. The LPT-700 is equipped with a 92mm PWM fan that scales in speed from 700-2100RPM.


Date: Dec 30, 2007
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Auras SLC-747 Heatsink Review Auras SLC-747 Heatsink Review
The Auras SLC-747 heatsink Frostytech is testing in this review for you is designed for socket 775 Intel Core 2 Duo and AMD socket 939/940/AM2/AM2+ processors.


Date: Dec 10, 2007
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Auras T6C Pentium 4 Heatsink Review Auras T6C Pentium 4 Heatsink Review
When it comes to a new heatsink from an obscure company, it never pays to assume anything.


Date: Oct 22, 2003
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