Gigabyte G-Power Pro Heatsink

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  1. Silverstrand

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    "The Gigabyte G-Power Pro has the appearance of a low noise heatsink, but that isn't entirely the situation. Noise levels from the 1700-3200RPM fan vary from 50-72 dBA according to our sound measurements. When compared to Gigabyte's past entries into the heatsink field (ie. 3D-Cooler, 3D-Rocket, and NeonCooler), the G-Power Pro is among the best performing K8 heatsinks at its slowest fan speed. However, it is also the loudest with the fan at full RPM."

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