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Patriot Sector 7 6GB DDR3-1800 - FrostyTech.com Patriot Sector 7 6GB DDR3-1800
Fri Aug 27, 2010 | 4:03P| PermaLink
“Triple channel memory kits are the big dogs on the block, running exclusively on the Intel LGA1366 racetrack. They come with performance teeth but also hefty price tags for the most part. But if you want the best, they're the choice. Today we’ll be looking at such a set of memory modules, the Patriot Sector 7 6GB DDR3-1800 modules, which are priced arther attractively and sport some very slick heatspreaders. But what about performance? In our world, performance is what counts, so let's find out if these Patriot Sector 7 sticks have what it takes.”
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Tuniq Tower 120 Extreme - FrostyTech.com Tuniq Tower 120 Extreme
Tue Dec 15, 2009 | 9:03A| PermaLink
"Although this cooler performed well and offered good performance, I did have a little bit of a gripe with the installation process. For one thing, the positive stop method of holding the heatsink used on the original Tuniq tower was abandoned on this refresh. It could have been because of the bad reputation of the brass screws that would strip or break outright. Even so, a positive stop type of mount would have been better. I still wonder why there is a slot for a screwdriver on top of the thumbscrews, considering that there is only about a half an inch above them before the bottom end of the heatsink begins."
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