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that's soo going in my gf's pc

may actually give me more room in there
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Any ideas on performance vs others similarly priced? Does it cool better than the hyper 212+ more importantly.

highly doubt it... the 212 is a beast and a full tower cooler.
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You sound kind of inebriated Duckie o__O
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Looks like a solid cooler.
Could be very useful in cases like the Habey and the like.
That price is unfortunate though.
I think what's more important here, how much better is it than the Intel Stock Cooler? [;
look at that thing.
It's TINY

Even if the performance is not better out of the box I think its pretty much guaranteed that it is much more silent.
    
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post #34 of 34
I'm sure it performs well, but I need a company to produce more efficient 1u size coolers. That is, something below the 28mm threshold. As of now, I'm forced to go with the likes of Dynatron and most of their stuff is server directed so it's pretty noisy in my ultra SFF builds
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You sound kind of inebriated Duckie o__O
OT:
Looks like a solid cooler.
Could be very useful in cases like the Habey and the like.

Just in case you're looking for more enclosure options, check out the direct manufacturer of the Habey cases. They have a few more options to look at, I'm currently doing a build with this sweet little case. Let me know if you have questions.
Edited by jaybaby - 10/24/12 at 1:26pm
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