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    Kamakaze CPU Cooler

    What the Kamakaze lacks in looks it makes up for in performance. The standard product provides for most needs and is excellent as a high performance cooler and excels as a silent cooler. As one solution fits both AMD and Intel setups this could be the only CPU cooler you need for years of upgrading.

    http://www.hexus.net/content/reviews...lld19JRD02NDM=

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    might be worth the investment, seems very future proof to me!
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    Looks good although two words ... over 600g!

    That'll crush your core even with a shim, lol!

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    Originally posted by unrealrocks
    Looks good although two words ... over 600g!

    That'll crush your core even with a shim, lol!
    nah my slk-800 is around that weight and is fine without a shim !
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    The actual heatsink looks remarkably like my Alpha Pal 8045! And its Japanese.....

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    Looks like a nice piece of kit, any news on where's stocking these yet?

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    It looks very similar to the Alpha Pal8045.

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    Im sure i just said that ^^

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    Hiya,

    Im fairly certain i have seen these over at quiet pc when i was looking for the zalman 5.1 headphones.

    Hope that helps.

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