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I keep reading the name as Snoo Snoo, death by snoo snoo? Either way that cooler is ridiculous, source link is broken btw.


Looks sorta cool... I think?
     
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anyone else think this thing is only starting to stretch its legs at 3.8ghz?

maybe take it to 4.2ghz+ and see how it does. I feel it can handle 300w.
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susanoo like in naruto?
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ALL that hype...ALLL those fans...and it only beats the D14 (which now looks smaller) by a single degree? FAILSAUCE!!!!1!!1!!1!!!11!!!1!eleven!!!!
It's a top-down cooler. It isn't an unknown fact that top-down coolers are less efficient than towers. A top-down cooler pretty much has to be this big to beat a tower of similar surface area.
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susanoo like in naruto?
Indeed, though they are both derived from this guy.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Susanoo
Also, a lot of their product names are based on Japanese mythology.

Ontopic: I would never pay $100 for a fan, though I'm sure I'm not really their target base.
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I don't know why everyone says fail. With air cooling reaching the massive size of coolers to reach the temperatures they do does this really surprise anyone its only 1c cooler than the d14. It might not be "impressive" but at least you can fit any ram you ever dreamed of under it.
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Can you imagine the push pull set ups?
Lol slap some delta screamers on er
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anyone else think this thing is only starting to stretch its legs at 3.8ghz?

maybe take it to 4.2ghz+ and see how it does. I feel it can handle 300w.
I think the only reason why the CPU (i7 930) is only taken to 3.8GHz is because all the previous reviews done by the site are based on that frequency. So, in order to be able to compare with other coolers, 3.8Ghz was used.

I also think they should test it at 4.2GHz (or at least at 4GHz). I do not think many people using NH-D14 or this cooler or any other high end coolers would run their CPU at anything less than 4GHz.

Additionally, this review is too superficial not to include the followings:-

1. Study how much the RAM, North Bridge and Mosfet benefit from the enormous down blowing air from this cooler

2. Use non-stock fans.
Stock fans are four 100x100x25 at 500-2000rpm and 13-50CFM. Very small airflow! The 1C improvement from a stock NH-D14 (with 2 stock fans) could be widened if non-stock fans (eg 120x120x25 fans with higher CFM) are used. Granted that NH-D14 could also use non stock fans and/or 3 fans, but member ehume's (excellent) study seems to suggest the thermal gain is not much (1-2C but with good acoustic improvement though).
post #39 of 98
That is sad , my mod V10 cost less then that but do about 8*C less.....
post #40 of 98
Before I even saw the picture of the cooler, I knew it was going to be a giant hunk of metal in the typical scythe fashion. I think they should really build upon the mugen 2 design since that one was a fine cooler for its price.
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