Discussion in 'Article Discussion' started by bit-tech, 10 Apr 2018.
65 quid! Maybe I'm too much out the loop but the Titan Fenrir was 30 quid 8 years ago and it was pretty much the same thing. Has a few copper pipes and alu fins really doubled in price? https://bit-tech.net/blogs/tech/cooling/titan-fenrir-evo-hands-on/1/
I also remember paying £35 for my TRUE. That was a beast. <3
You’ve got to remember that it has become fairly normal to spend $20 on a single, good fan.
A lot of development goes into the coolers, believe it or not. They aren’t just stacks of fins and a fan anymore.
Much nicer looking than any AIO, with all the bloody wires & tubing that come off their CPU blocks...IMO.
I see no results, Opera, Vivaldi and Edge.
Same on Firefox. Hey, @Dogbert666, @MLyons, summat's brok!
Look at @Dogbert666 not me
Works fine for me
As if by magic
Back when a top-of-the-tree GPU was only £400.
Everyone wants their dollar
Which is why everyone and their dog buys one of the 555534534543 Coolermaster Hyper 212 variants:
Random one of them for reference:
Pretty much the only company that has been successful with £60+ coolers is Noctua, but they have a long standing reputation for being the best.
BQ are very good too, though. I love my DR Pro 3, which was ace before I got my custom loop back up and running.
Or the excellent Thermalright.Macho Rev. B., or one of the Noctua's
Which brings us to the actual Point, why is there not a single OTHER aircooler in the comparison?
Exactly this. Four heatpipe for 35 quid vs 6 heatpipe for 65, and you'd still have enough $ left over for better fans.
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