Sunbeamtech Tuniq Tower 120

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    Thanks to Intel Prescott’s talent to heat the house and fried the Kentucky Chickens, we have witnessed the emergence of Jumbo cooling devices almost bigger than the whole PC! Heatpipes, fins, copper, 120mm were all among the necessary components to reach the cooling perfection requested by the latest furnaces. AMD Opteron, Athlon 64, Athlon X2, or even socket 754 Sempron’s owners can benefit big time from them as revealed in a complete AMDboard’s review of the Sunbeam Tuniq Tower 120. You will learn that this puppy is big, very big! Weighting almost ONE kilogram (including thermal paste huh!), it won’t fit every case, but its cooling capacities are simply stunning and that should be reason enough to read the test and taste the read at

    http://www.amdboard.com/tuniq_tower_120.html
     
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