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    Default LGA775 HSF roundup

    I'm not to sure of this review
    But that's my opinion

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    I noticed that some of the more popular coolers were missing...Tunic Tower, various Thermalright models, Arctic Cooling Freezer series, and various Scythe models (the Infinity and Ninja spring to mind).

    Overall, I though it was a fairly decent read. Since I already have my HSF unit for my next build picked out (it's actually sitting on the shelf waiting for the rest of the parts to show up): a Thermalright SI-128 with a Silverstone FM-121B fan on top, the article didn't tell me anything I didn't know already, but for someone looking for their next HSF unit, its not a real bad starting spot for research.

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    How many reviews does one have to read before they realize that Zalman OWNS this market?

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    Quote Originally Posted by SuperSix View Post
    How many reviews does one have to read before they realize that Zalman OWNS this market?
    If you have the flow... the ChillTEC owns!

    http://virtual-hideout.net/reviews/U...ec/index.shtml and

    http://modders-inc.com/reviews-story--99.html

    Damn... I hijacked a thread.
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    Impressed with the Zalman 9700.. I didn't think it was all that comparable to the Noctua. In other reviews the Noctua is shown to be much better!

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    They stated they had it running vertical due to NB heatsink, which made it fight for air.

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    Hah.

    No Thermalright 120 Ultra/Extreme, no Tuniq Tower, seeing as those are the best 3 coolers on the market, bit of a crap review.

    Who said Zalman owns the market? *Slap*
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    where is the U-120E and U-90E?!?!?

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    I'd rather say that Thermalright own the performance crowns.

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    This was posted 03-25-2007, 06:51 PM.

    Probably why the newest Thermalright offerings weren't included .

    I think it's pretty safe to say IFX14 > U-120 Extreme > rest

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