"There is nothing timid about the Cooler Master V6 GT in design or cooling capabilities. The Cooler Master V6 GT may not have the quirks of Roth's work, but it certainly has the styling of dead on American Muscle, in this case Muscle Cooling. Two 120mm fans capable of 2200 rpm move air through a nickel plated fin array with six 6mm heatpipes in a V formation. A switch designed to resemble an oil cap from the era when chrome valve covers ruled sits on top, acting as a color changing LED switch. The top and side shrouds of the Cooler Master V6 GT are cut and molded with angular aerodynamics. One look tells you right away, the Cooler Master V6 GT was not meant to be only driven slowly to church on Sundays."
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DDR3 had more than two years now to find ist plases. It can be observed that
at the moment the market divides into dual channel and triple channel kits.
HT4U.net presents four dual channel sets - with slightly disappointing
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