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|06-23-2010, 12:40 AM||#1|
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Thermaltake FRIO Overclocking CPU Cooler
When Thermaltake first unveiled its FRIO CPU cooler, the company promised that it would be one of the best-performing models it's ever released. Now that we've had the opportunity to put our sample through our usual battery of tests, we can attest to that claim being true. To top it off, the FRIO even includes a fan speed control and reasonable price.
Though Thermaltake has been well-known for a lot of things, it can be argued that CPU coolers hasn't been one them, despite there being a slew of models available. The FRIO looks to change things, and Bill has proof of that in his in-depth look. After reading, feel free to discuss it right here in this thread!
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