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GlobalWin VOS-32 - FrostyTech.com GlobalWin VOS-32
Sun Jan 30, 2000 | 12:24A| PermaLink
The guys over at Overclockers AU have, well, the scarriest looking Heatsink I have yet to see. However with the performance it delivers and the cost ($70) it doesn't look like it is really worth it. Bigger doesn't always mean better....

Go on, be not-awestruck. I dare you. Yes, it's a cooler. Yes, it's "we're not kidding anymore" huge. Yes, it weighs a lot and pushes a lot of air around. What is it? It's GlobalWin's new VOS-32 cooler for P3's, P2's and Athlons. That's right, you can put it on either an SECC1 processor such as a P2 or an Athlon, or with a flick of the wrist (well, several), you can use the included clip kit to mount it on your SECC2 (normal slot1) P3. But, in the fine tradition of info-mercials, that's not all! In this "Plus" setup you get an 80mm fan which sucks the hot exhaust from this cooler out of your case via a folded plastic duct! And, you get a tube of thermal paste! This is not really just a cooler - this is a cooling kit. In fact, it comes with 3 pages of instructions!
FULL STORY @ OVERCLOCKERS AU
(http://www.overclockers.com.au/techstuff/r_vos32/)


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