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anyone know where to buy this cooler? the where to buy botton doesnt work on the site.
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I couldn't find it anywhere with google. I would try emailing them and telling them that the button doesn't work and ask for a link to were it can be purchased.
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I couldn't find it anywhere with google. I would try emailing them and telling them that the button doesn't work and ask for a link to were it can be purchased.
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Are you sure you want to spend possibly a lot of money on a cooler that might not be any better than your stock?
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Visit this website in case you are worried. However, only place I found to buy it was an company based in India.

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Visit this website in case you are worried. However, only place I found to buy it was an company based in India.

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Are you sure you want to spend possibly a lot of money on a cooler that might not be any better than your stock?
a cooler is a cooler as long as it does the job im fine + it looks cool and looks always come first in my list
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post #8 of 14
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a cooler is a cooler as long as it does the job im fine + it looks cool and looks always come first in my list
he is saying that the cooler you want sucks. Look at the reviews, it doesn't cool that well, it is way too small to do a good job.
I mean it looks awesome, but it will not do a good job when it comes to cooling your chip.
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link....
Sorry about that wasn't sure if you were in EU or not. Here ye go! Hope that is what you're looking for.
post #10 of 14
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Originally Posted by van13330gg View Post
Are you sure you want to spend possibly a lot of money on a cooler that might not be any better than your stock?
Come on - it's got 6 copper heat-pipes and a 120mm fan. It's going to be better than stock, and if the aesthetic appeal of a World of Warcraft style CPU cooler appeals, then it's probably got the niche market covered. I'd choose functionality over aesthetic appeal too, but it's hardly a stock-cooler equivalent, regardless of what CPU is being used (with the exception of i7 980x coolers which are decent stock coolers)

That said .. OP, listen to reason. The cooler likely sucks (for the money). Sure it will cool, and it looks "cool" (if that's what you're into), but is it "looking cool" really the only thing that matters? This piece of hardware will protect your CPU, potentially determine its lifespan, and unless you have a test-bed or case with a decent sized window, won't even be seen for the most part. Furthermore you CAN get attractive coolers that perform well too, and will allow you to overclock.

Finally, the "styling" of this cooler is something you WILL outgrow eventually. I dunno, pick something better in my eyes ...
Edited by willibj - 8/2/11 at 7:49am
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