"Today Thermaltake has given me the chance to look at a cooler that has brought attention everywhere it shows up. Not only does this cooler come in an attractive red and black color scheme, it seems to really produce great results. If you haven’t figured it out by now, I am talking about Thermaltake’s Frio CPU Cooler. This is a 220W monster with dual fans and over 100CFM of air flow.
Join me as I disassemble and test The Frio. For those not so up to date on their Spanish, Frio means cold. With the naming alone, results should be good and other sites lead to this conclusion as well. It’s time now for me to finally see the Frio face to face and what it has to offer."
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"After over a month and a half of daily use, the Samsung UN55B8000 can be summed up as a mixed bag of great and not so great characteristics. The first thing to mention and the distinguishing feature is the 1.2 inch depth profile. There is no consumer grade TV this side of perhaps an OLED display that at the time of this review is as thin as this model. The second is the color reproduction. This by a small margin has the best color reproduction I have seen to date. Couple these with the overall aesthetics and improved USB video, mp3 and photo functionality and at first you would think this is a touch down for Samsung. But hold on."
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