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Cooler Master NotePal U3 Notebook Cooler Review  - FrostyTech.com Cooler Master NotePal U3 Notebook Cooler Review
Wed Dec 22, 2010 | 12:01P| PermaLink
“Almost all notebook coolers are the same, they are made of either plastic or aluminum and have a fixed fan in the center to help cool down your laptop. This usually work pretty well, but all laptops are different and heat comes from different places on each laptop. Knowing this Cooler Master has developed the NotePal U3, which features 3 80mm fans that can be positioned anywhere on the notebook cooler. Let’s take a look at the NotePal U3 and see if this design works well."
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ASUS Maximus III Extreme (P55 Express) Motherboard - FrostyTech.com ASUS Maximus III Extreme (P55 Express) Motherboard
Thu Mar 25, 2010 | 4:00P| PermaLink
"ROG products are generally recognized as some of the most feature-packed and tweakable products you can buy. Some of these have been the Crosshair series for AMD fans, the Rampage for Intel’s top end chipset (like the X48 and X58) and the Maximus for the midrange P series even though the first Maximus was an X38 based board (P45, P55 etc.). Today we have the third generation of the Maximus complete with improved cooling, Bluetooth overclocking and two full x16 PCIe slots (there are five, but only two will run at x16 combined) sitting on the test bench. Even with the power off it looks like it is raring to go; so let’s hit the big red power button and get to it."
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