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Thermaltake Frío Overclocking CPU Cooler Review  - FrostyTech.com Thermaltake Frío Overclocking CPU Cooler Review
Tue Jun 08, 2010 | 11:55A| PermaLink
"The Frío certainly has a lot to live up to since its name is derived from the Spanish world for "Cool". The cooler is designed to cool a maximum of 220W which puts this in the "high-end" class of coolers like the latest Zalman or Noctua for what seems to be a pretty economical price of $59.99. This cooler is marketed for overclockers, but is really built for people such as myself who are interested in video editing as well and keeping their temperatures down. It doesn't hurt that Thermaltake designed the Frío to look uniquely aggressive and very cool..."
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KingSpec 32GB 2.5 KingSpec 32GB 2.5" PATA Solid State Drive
Mon Jul 06, 2009 | 4:02P| PermaLink
"There are a multitude of aging notebooks and laptops out there, such as my IBM ThinkPad T40, that are incapable of being upgraded to take advantage of the latest SATA hardware. With a 1.5GHz Pentium M processor and 1GB of memory, the old T40 has system specs similar to the more modern netbooks that have become increasingly popular of late. But with a hard drive that's five years old and only 60GB in size, the T40 gets quickly left behind in the performance department, as it chugs along with slow read/write speeds and high access times. Can installing a current, leading-edge SSD sporting the old PATA interface breathe new life into this 5-year-old paperweight? Join me as I aim to find out!"
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