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    Thermalright Archon SB-E X2

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    Last edited by testman78; 06-12-2014 at 04:35 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by testman78 View Post
    Yes a very well presented review here. Well done.

    MOST important feature allowing it to be installed into current motherboards that use high heat dispersal sinks on their memory. So many manufacturers tend to ignore that vital fact when making their heat-sinks.

    Good to see Thermalright is still in the business of making decent CPU Coolers.

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    Nice review, I normally dig TR products...They always deliver. Heck, I'm running my Silver Arrow passively and the TY-140 fans as case fans on my rig. Works like a charm.
    Normally girls run away from pc hardware like that, apparently models don't (since you pay them for the shoot) which is cool xD

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    Looks idea for benching. Ram clearance is a PITA to deal with. Enermax has some awesome HSFs that blow air on the mobo/vrms that allows for tall ram as well.

    I wish they'd drop the fan color (the frame us butt ugly, but the fan blades are actually a nice color). At least it's quiet. Who wants a noisy computer?

    If this is nearly on par with a D14, so I say TR has kicked some major ass. How does it compare anyways?


    Btw, nice review.
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    What is it with Thermalright and Noctua with the ugly fan colors for their heatsinks?!?
    i7-2600k L041C108 4.8ghz 1.32v PLL off Venomous-X Push/Pull http://www.xtremesystems.org/forums/...postcount=1063
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    what ambient did you had?

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    Quote Originally Posted by LagunaX View Post
    What is it with Thermalright and Noctua with the ugly fan colors for their heatsinks?!?
    Hey, what's wrong with the beige and grey colours? It goes with my Cherry Keyboards and Imsto's PBT's. Hence you don't know what you're talking about at the colours that both companies use, which are unique and sets them apart from all others out there in 2013.

    Long live the Beige.

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    Right...
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