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Its performing Amazingly while passively cooling overclocked quad cores

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Updated with current reviews... Looks like a sweet cooler for silent enthusiasts. But it comes at a price just below the TRUE.
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Wow. Performs pretty well from the looks of those reviews. Not much louder than my Mugen either. Now I'm stuck between this and a Big Typhoon VX.
 
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Sexy. I might replace my Tuniq with this and throw on a Yate Loon medium or two. Cooler Master has been coming out with some extremely well-designed products lately. Only hope the trend can continue.
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Looks like the "it doesn't fit in my case" situation! Unquestionably a god.
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post #6 of 12
127.88 millimeters = 5.01102362 inches length/width

159.9 millimeters = 6.29527559 inches height

Is this the drawback of passive cooling systems? The amount of space it takes up?

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127.88 millimeters = 5.01102362 inches length/width

159.9 millimeters = 6.29527559 inches height

Is this the drawback of passive cooling systems? The amount of space it takes up?
Yep. It needs space to dissipate heat. Fan-powered coolers don't need that much space because there is more air flowing through the cooler while as passive coolers need larger space to attain something somewhat similar. (It would be incredibly large if they wanted to attain same amount of air passing in it.)
    
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127.88 millimeters = 5.01102362 inches length/width

159.9 millimeters = 6.29527559 inches height

Is this the drawback of passive cooling systems? The amount of space it takes up?

More surface area = more heat dissipation.

That logic isn't just beneficial to passive cooling, though. That just goes for cooling in general. Since you don't have external forces moving the heat away from the surface faster than the speed hot air rises, you have to compensate by having more surface area to dissipate heat, since passive cooling doesn't equalize as fast.
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post #9 of 12
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Well one of the most common "Silent Builds" are Antec Solo's with Scythe Ninja's.... So this may replace the scythe ninja in that case XD
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Well one of the most common "Silent Builds" are Antec Solo's with Scythe Ninja's.... So this may replace the scythe ninja in that case XD
If the Z600's performance is as good or better than the reviews have determined, it could very well replace coolers optimized for overclocking that don't tailor to silent builds. My TT120 ain't exactly the quietest thing at full speed, but if the CM Z600 can perform similarly (or perhaps better) while being quieter (with the right fans of course), I'd much rather have this one.

The only sticking point I can see would be the way it's mounted. The TT120's mount system is top-notch, but the Z600's seems to be a bit wonky. I'll just have to wait and see.
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