The enormous amount of heat produced by today's dual and quad-core processors makes purchasing a third-party CPU cooler almost a necessity for any user building a performance computer system. Most quality heatsinks will cost around $50, but Zerotherm's CF800 and CF900 heatsinks won't break the bank at $29.99 a piece, and should provide PC builders with a cost-effective solution to cool today's hottest CPUs. The real questions to answer in this review are if the copper-based CF900 can outperform the aluminum-based CF800, and whether there is a big enough difference between them and the stock Intel cooler to warrant the expense. We'll let the results speak for themselves.
FULL STORY @ PRO-CLOCKERS (http://www.pro-clockers.com/review.php?id=244)