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i hope theyll do my cooler in the next part. 20 degrees cooler for 20 bucks is a good deal to me.
    
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Repost... I posted this article.
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imo that article was terrible. they didn't even get good temperatures with good coolers... and they failed some of the coolers because you have to take the motherboard out??? i know it's a PITA but seriously, and some of the other coolers you have to take out the motherboard but they didn't fail them because of it.
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No offense to the OP but don't waste our time.

They disqualified half of the 45% "FAILED" Heatsinks simply because of "Hard Installation"

Sorry but if you can't wrap your mind around putting a bracket on the underneath of the Motherboard then go jump out of a window.

And why the hell is there a CNPS8700 up on the review? Give me a break
    
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Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by Leck View Post
No offense to the OP but don't waste our time.

They disqualified half of the 45% "FAILED" Heatsinks simply because of "Hard Installation"

Sorry but if you can't wrap your mind around putting a bracket on the underneath of the Motherboard then go jump out of a window.

And why the hell is there a CNPS8700 up on the review? Give me a break
I just wasted 10 seks reading you post,

no offense.
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No Tuniq Tower 120,Thermalright Ultra 120 Extreme,Thermalright Ultra 120.Even with the Thermalright IFX-14 they should have run a test with 2 fan's vs 1.
agreed. dissapointed that i didnt get the see the T.R.U.120.E vs Fire Extinguisher.
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