Cooler Roundup Part 2 August 2009

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Introduction

The CPU is one of the most valuable components in your machine and as a result there is a huge market for a variety of different heatsinks, all demonstrating various techniques and designs that dissipate heat from the core.

In such a crowded market it can be difficult for first time buyers to know what best fits their needs and today we are going to look at a number of different products from a variety of manufacturers, most of which you may have not heard of before now with Cooler Master being the only well known name in our line-up today. However, the Megahalems will be the product to watch as Prolimatech aim to take a chunk out of the Thermalright TRUE’s market share.

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