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Saturday, 26 February 2011 06:22

Thermalright Archon CPU cooler reviewed - 6. Conclusion

Written by Sanjin Rados
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Review: Made for best performance


High end CPU cooling segment packs plenty of strong competition but Thermalright Archon has proven that its extraordinary performance deserves a place in top spots.

If you’re shopping for a cooler you should note that Archon is 17cm tall. Archon’s standard packaging includes Thermalright’s quality TY-14cm fan. Archon is 55mm thick and if it fits in your case, it probably means that it will take two fans without getting in the way of your equipment.

We were sent a standard Archon package with one TR-TY 14cm fan by pc-cooling.de and it costs about €60. However, if you want two fans you can head over to pc-cooling.de and purchase the same package with two fans for  €70, here.

 

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-2 #1 dineaudio 2011-02-27 03:57
Such humongous cooler. I'd rather see Intel and AMD making more cool CPUs, if you ask me... ;)
 
 
+6 #2 TechHog 2011-02-28 03:42
Quoting dineaudio:
Such humongous cooler. I'd rather see Intel and AMD making more cool CPUs, if you ask me... ;)

Then go buy a Fusion board or a low-power CPU.
 

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