|Jan 29, 2008, 03:37 AM||#1||
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Cooler Master Hyper TX2 CPU Cooler Review
If you're in the market for an Intel-compatible CPU cooler these days you really are spoilt for choice, with a huge number of parts on offer. However, if you don't want to spend a huge amount on replacing Intel's far from brilliant stock offering, then this review might well be for you, as Elite Bastards take a look at Cooler Master's extraordinarily cheap Hyper TX2 CPU cooler.
Taking a look at the listed specification of the cooler puts some more meat on the bones of what we've already seen. For starters, we find ourselves with confirmation of the 90mm cooling fan seen on the front of the cooler, with a speed of 1800 RPM. Behind that, we find three copper heatpipes together with the copper base which draws heat away from the processor, where it is dissipated by a combination of the cooling fan and numerous aluminium fins which make up the Hyper TX2's heatsink.
Read the full review at Elite Bastards.
|Jan 29, 2008, 12:05 PM||#2|
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I have this HSF on my rig and it can't be beat for the price. It's no Tuniq Tower but I've yet to see my E6850 temps go higher than 44c gaming in GOW or UT3.
Well worth the price.
By your retarded posts i can only conclude you haven't been spanked enough.
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