While Asus may not be the first to come to mind when it comes to CPU cooling to most people, my perception of Asus' thermal solution products greatly changed when I took a look at the Asus Arctic Square back in May. Last month, I received an Asus Silent Knight II cooler along with the incredible Asus P5E3-Deluxe/WiFi-AP@n motherboard based on the Intel X38 chipset. Meanwhile, the Asus Silent Knight II holds its own buzz excitement while the Asus X38 motherboard captured most of my attention -- I've been hearing quite a bit on the Silent Knight II's commendable performance for quite a while now. This is especially apparent when one of my friends asked me if I knew about "that Asus cooler that looks literally like a jet engine", while I replied back with "the Silent Knight II that's been in my storage for the last month or so?" A few days later, my curiosity regarding the Asus Silent Knight II overcame me as I finally opened it and decided to check out what the jet-engine-Silent-Knight-two (It may look like a jet engine, but hopefully it doesn't sound like one!) can bring about the overclocking community today.
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