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Glacialtech Igloo 5760 PWM Heatsink Review - FrostyTech.com Glacialtech Igloo 5760 PWM Heatsink Review
Tue Sep 07, 2010 | 4:57P| PermaLink
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"Standing just 88mm tall, the Glacialtech Igloo 5760 PWM heatsink is relatively compact as modern CPU coolers go. Small through it may be, Glacialtech seem to have engineered it in just the right spots to manage the demanding peak thermal loads of top-end processors like the AMD Phenom II X4 (140W TDP) or Intel Core i7 960 (130W TDP) processor. Given this cooling threshold, the Igloo 5760 PWM should be well matched against the plethora of mainstream 65W & 95W TDP chips currently available from both Intel and AMD..."

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Thermaltake M9 V1100 Case Review - FrostyTech.com Thermaltake M9 V1100 Case Review
Thu May 14, 2009 | 4:01P| PermaLink
There are cases on the market that make a lot of noise. The Thermaltake M9 VI1000 does the job that any mainstream consumer would expect from a high quality company like Thermaltake. This case retails online for $70, making it an excellent choice for the consumer wanting a high-quality case without spending the money some of the other cases on the market are asking for. The ability to have 9 optical drives if desired means this case is perfect for the person wanting plenty of expansion room. There's plenty of air flow with a front 120mm fan, a rear 120mm fan and room for two more 120mm fans on the side panel.
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