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    Tuniq Tower 120 Extreme

    Tuniq Tower 120 Extreme
    weight: 590g
    Heatpipes: 3 x 8mm and 2 x 6mm
    sockets: LGA1366, LGA775 and AM2
    Fan: 120mm inside













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    looks nice, hopefully if they ship enough this time they will be awesome,,, they where so hard to get hold of
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    Looks good, reminds me of the Thor
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    That thing looks mean! lol.
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    Sick man, hopefully it will give Megahalems and TRUE a hard time.

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    eek not lapped.. I still have bloody fingers from lapping my old one...

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    This will definitely be my next cooler.
    anyone know when it's suppose to be released?

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    Looks dense...high-CFM/static pressure fans a must!

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    man that looks real nice and direct touch is simply somethin else

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    Looks good. I still like my old one, but I wonder what this one will run at in the price department and wonder if it will perform good at all.
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    Any ideas on release date?
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    I like the way those fins look. Wonder if its as good or better than the TRUE?

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    This thing sure does look very interesting. Just two things: Judging by the way the heatpipes are arranged, it probably will only perform best with large DIE CPUs and huge heatpreaders. Anything with more centered heat dissipation will suffer from the placement of the heatpipes.
    And the old "problem" with the fan sandwiched inbetween the fins, like that:
    The sound level will be a bit higher than with a fan placed on the outside due to the fact that it'll have to pull the air trough all the fins on one side first, which creates extra noise. It does have its advantages, though.
    Besides these first small doubts, I think this will be a really good performance heatsink, probably mainly for Intel Core systems.
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    Tuniq Tower 120 Extreme Aka the Shredder, It shreds the competition.
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    that base looks like its for two cpus
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    No doubt that base is HUGE. That thing could cool your cpu and a soda if needs probably with all that space./

    Also does this one not come with a controler like the other one

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    Reminds me of radiators haha

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    Quote Originally Posted by Newblar View Post
    that base looks like its for two cpus
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    Quote Originally Posted by YMAA View Post
    Looks dense...high-CFM/static pressure fans a must!
    Will a 38mm fan fit in the middle? ^^
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    Quote Originally Posted by Malcontent View Post
    How much?
    Want to know the same.

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    I was about to order Meghalens + Enermax Magma, but 5 minuts ago i saw this news
    I want it , any idea about release date?
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    @Lu(ky

    Wont the powder coating reduce cooling performance?

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    is it jst that top piece coated?

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