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    Akasa EVO33

    I am intending on upgrading to an Athlon64 rig in the future and I was wondering if anyone has any opinions on the Akasa EVO33 as a cooler? I have read good things about it in the CustomPC magazine in the UK, but I'd like to hear more user reviews since net reviews seem to be scarce.

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    sorry i know this isnt about the cooler you mentioned but I've very recently put an Arctic Cooling Silencer 64 Ultra TC L (http://www.arctic-cooling.com/cpu2.php?idx=52&disc=) in my rig and I'm very impressed with that... I'd recommend it to anyone, dead quiet, the heatsink is so good the fan actually doesn't spin sometimes and it still stays cool... there's lit and unlit ones available, I got the lit one but had to order from Germany as I couldn't find a UK supplier for the lit model.

    However, I have a whole bunch of other Akasa stuff and it's all very good, if I hadn't found the AC HSF I'd probably have had the Akasa one, I'm sure it's very good also.


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    The Evo33 is in the latest Custom PC magazine and got a very good score indeed on the cooler shootout tests.

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