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[Xtreme Hardware] Thermalright AXp-200 review , on par with Alpenfohn K2???

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http://www.xtremehardware.com/cooling/air/thermalright-axp-200-il-potenziamento-di-un-successo-201311049214/?start=7
High RPM results are surprising (2.66GH z= 1.26V , 3.4Ghz =1.3V i7 920 , 30 min Prime95 “InPlaceLargeFFTs”) .

It may have to do with the TY-14013 slim 13mm fan too
Edited by AlphaC - 11/5/13 at 6:12am
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Review seems very incomplete in what was done and how data was compiled. They used TY-141 for some testing, but which tests?
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Finally, purely indicative, we tried the heatsink with a TY-141 25 mm standard thickness, to evaluate the performance gains that can be achieved with a greater airflow. Although not shown in the graph, we recorded a temperature under load the same in essence. We recommend to replace the excellent model not supplied by the manufacturer, who can manage perfectly the radiator below.
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