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    be quiet! launches the Shadow Rock TF2 CPU cooler

    135mm quiet fan equipped 160W cooler is aimed at HTPC and SFF builds.
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    Re: be quiet! launches the Shadow Rock TF2 CPU cooler

    112mm tall? "SPace saving"? That's still pretty chunky - I've used plenty of cases that wouldn't fit in!

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    Re: be quiet! launches the Shadow Rock TF2 CPU cooler

    If I was going back to air cooling I would definitely be tempted by one of these over a standard tower design cooler, it just looks more pleasing on the eye to me, although I do like being able to use dual fans on a tower cooler.

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    Re: be quiet! launches the Shadow Rock TF2 CPU cooler

    Any word on the recommended clearance between this and a side panel? You'll probably need at least an inch of clearance, so that 112mm height becomes ~135mm minimum between the motherboard and the side panel

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    Re: be quiet! launches the Shadow Rock TF2 CPU cooler

    It's an interesting looking cooler! But certainly wouldn't fit in and of my SFF cases, I'm all the way down to the tiny Noctua cooler (can't recall the model of the top of my head )

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