Air Cooling by Gigabyte & More
Subject: Cases and Cooling | August 3, 2005 - 12:04 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
Gigabyte seems to produce everything nowadays, and is doing a good job of it to boot. Next on their list is CPU heatsinks, like the G-Power Cooler Pro that is reviewed at ExtensionTech, that will keep your chips cool and good looking. Also included are 2 news releases from Muskin, and some dust proof fans.
"Gigabyte, a name you'd come to think of as a motherboard company, has been diversifying themselves over the last few years. Video cards, wireless networking, laptops, even HSF's, and there are many more things that I didn't mention. We'll take a closer look at one of their HSF's, the G-Power Pro cooler. Sporting support for pretty much any mainstream system board out now, it sure could be a great HSF now, and it'll probably handle your next mainboard upgrade as well later. If that sounds remotely enticing, continue on for the review..."
Here are some more Cases & Cooling reviews from around the web:
- Thermaltake Big Typhoon @ Overclockers Online
- Titan Vanessa L-Type @ Overclockers Online
- Spire WisperRock V @ ThinkComputers.org
- Thermaltake Silent 775 Intel LGA775 CPU Cooler @ Futurelooks
- Spire KestrelKing VI AMD Athlon 64 CPU Cooler Review @ ModSynergy.com
- Cooler Master Hyper 6+ Heatsink @ SystemCooling
- Spire SP495S11-U QuieTude VI air cooler @ A1 Electronics
- Akasa EVO 120 Cooler @ Techniz
- Mushkin's New Heatsink Design Posted @ Rojakpot
- Mushkin Announces New Heatsink Design for High Performance PCs @ ExtremeOverclocking
- Aerocool Chameleon Fan Review @ ASE Labs
- AcoustiFan No Dust Quiet Fans @ A True Review
- AcoustiFan DustPROOF Ultra-Quiet PC Fans @ Legit Reviews
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