A tool-less heatsink for your tool-less case

Subject: Cases and Cooling | March 29, 2006 - 12:09 PM |
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Virtual-Hideout reviews the Kingwin Big Air AMD CPU Cooler, a incredibly easy to install heatsink.  If you are a little clip-shy after managing to drive a screwdriver through a motherboard when dealing with a very stubborn socket clip, take a look at this innovative way of securing the heatsink to the socket.


Don't forget about the CoolerMaster giveaway, you have until April 11th to enter!


"Kingwin has been in the computer business for some time. Their R&D team had a great concept

regarding AMD CPU coolers, which has been realized with the development of the Big Air: being

able to replace a stock cooler with a more efficient one, and keeping the entire process

tool-free."


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