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Old 09-30-08, 08:56 AM   #13
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Nice Xion, also what kind of CPU fan is that ?
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Nice Xion, also what kind of CPU fan is that ?
Thanks. It's the Thermalright Ultra Extreme Black Edition equipped w/ a 133cfm Scythe Ultrakaze. Best air-cooler you can buy, IMO. It's even comparable to my previous water setup in certain instances. But it's a hell of a lot louder.. that's for sure.
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Thanks. It's the Thermalright Ultra Extreme Black Edition equipped w/ a 133cfm Scythe Ultrakaze. Best air-cooler you can buy, IMO. It's even comparable to my previous water setup in certain instances. But it's a hell of a lot louder.. that's for sure.
Great Xion, and thanks for the information.
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