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Be Quiet Dark Rock Pro Heatsink Cooler Review
Sat Feb 19, 2011 | 12:00P | PermaLink BY: Max Page
Be Quiet enter the cooling scene with the twin tower Dark Rock Pro. Has it got the stamina to keep up with the big boys? Come inside to find out.

"Congratulations you made a great looking cooler feel cheap in an instant, its practically a 2 man job to fit it. You can do it alone but be prepared to have several attempts and have to clean the CPU paste off and start again a few times to make sure you get a decent seat between the cooler and the paste as continually moving it about to get it mounted has a tendency to push the paste all over the place and you may find yourself with uneven core temperatures.

Next and most importantly is the performance. Many readers and watchers were excited to see if this would take the performance cooling crown, after all BQ have had more time to develop this right? Well it is a good performer but its not a good as you all were hoping. In our 4GHz tests it was 10c hotter than the D14 or Silver Arrows delta temperature."

FULL STORY @ OVERCLOCK3D
(http://www.overclock3d.net/reviews/cases_cooling/be_quiet_dark_rock_pro_review/1)

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