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Spire Thermal Eclipse II review - FrostyTech.com Spire Thermal Eclipse II review
Thu Jun 17, 2010 | 4:02P| PermaLink
"The heatsink was very efficient, at least when mounted in our Core7-920 system. It's dual fan configuration kept the temperature of our CPU at low levels even under overclocking conditions. Of course, after having tested so many cpu coolers, the Thermal Eclipse II doesn't introduce any new levels of performance. It remains competitive enough to deserve your attention if you are looking for a relatively compact in size heatsink that will do the job. And if your PC case is not the larger available out there and it is already crowded with many devices and add-on components, then the size of this cooler could be an advantage for you."
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OCZ Vendetta 2 - FrostyTech.com OCZ Vendetta 2
Wed Jun 10, 2009 | 5:03P| PermaLink
For many of us, the economic hard ships are knocking at out door. Chances are you are trying to make your computer last another year till you get your big raise. The perfect way to do this is do a bit of overclocking on your CPU. You certainly don't want that crappy stock cooler keeping your CPU from overheating after this, but you also don't want to spend a mint on a nice top of the line cooler. Chances are you fall into the consumer who is looking at the OCZ Vendetta 2. OCZ has made one noticeable improvement to the Vendetta 2, the fan size. By going with a larger 120mm fan, they have increased the cooling potential of the cooler dramatically. This not only increases the overall surface area of the cooler, it increases the amount of air that can be blown across the surface without becoming too loud. With the improvements over the original Vendetta, the Vendetta 2 is already looking like a serious contender for the best price to performance ratio.
FULL STORY @ BJORN3D
(http://www.bjorn3d.com/read.php?cID=1579)


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