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looks like it could perform really well
 

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Looks like a good idea though, smaller heat sink, with good air passing through it could be kept cool easier.

Though I have no experience how heat sinks work so that is just my two cents.
 

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I like that it won't block any ram slots. I may have to look into this cooler (and also what solvents I need to remove that awful red lettering).
 

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ARMAGEDDON!!!
whats up with the text ? thats just as bad as choosing Comic Sans MS for an application form or a Formal CV... looks like some kid went here daddy do this... i want this this ont looks kool... (if i ever own this i would be scraping that off) looks nice overall though. performance i'll be waiting
 

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The stupid armageddon thing written on top ruins the entire look..

But looking forward to the results.

I agree. Would be much better without that.
 

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Maybe it would be just a label you can use IF you want to.
In any case, looks nice but I dont expect it to challenge the top air coolers, seems to be going for smaller form factor idea vs big size/performance.
 

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Looks like a good idea though, smaller heat sink, with good air passing through it could be kept cool easier.

Though I have no experience how heat sinks work so that is just my two cents.

The bigger the heatsink, the more exposure to the air.

Six heatpipes, though... wow.
 

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Looks very... Small.
Thats what she said.
Sorry couldn't resist.
 

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I have to say I like it. Smaller form yes, but if with a lower surface area and more efficient dissipation due to high cfm and good static pressure fans in a push pull may be able to perform very well.

It still has 6 heatpipes and is obviously designed for push pull fans. Intrigued at how they just made a single line with the heatpipes on the fin assembly. Would think that could be much better then having to direct air mainly on the side surface area of the heatpipes.That lettering aside I'm very interested in this cooler.

Need some good reviews now.
 
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