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Cooler Master V6 CPU / Processor Cooler Review  - FrostyTech.com Cooler Master V6 CPU / Processor Cooler Review
Mon Nov 15, 2010 | 2:41P| PermaLink
"Cooler Master's V6 is a big, good looking cooler with pretty good cooling performance and a robust, easily installed mounting solution."
FULL STORY @ TWEAKNEWS
(http://www.tweaknews.net/reviews/cooler_master_v6/)

4-Way Intel H55 Motherboard Shootout  - FrostyTech.com 4-Way Intel H55 Motherboard Shootout
Fri Mar 19, 2010 | 5:14P| PermaLink
Right now there are a number of quality options for budget-conscious users looking to build a new computer. The AMD Phenom II X2 processor series, for example, will get you a fine deal of processing power at just $110 for the 3.2GHz flagship part. Combine this with the affordable AMD 785G based motherboards selling for around $70 and you have the makings of a seriously good value platform.

However, if you are willing to part with a little more cash, then the new Intel Core i3 series might be the way to go. When compared to the dual-core Phenom II X2 555, consumers will pay about $20-$30 more for a Core i3 530 processor, while compatible Intel H55 motherboards are on average $20-$30 more than the AMD alternative as well.

There are a number of H55 motherboards available at reasonable prices, so picking one for your next build is no easy task. Our round-up comprises 4 Intel H55 based motherboards from the likes of Asrock, Asus, ECS, and Gigabyte. With a narrow price range between $90 and $105, it all comes down to features and performance.

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