Discussion in 'Article Discussion' started by Sifter3000, 11 Dec 2009.
There is a fella on ebay that has a load of them, $50
LOL, check his price for shipping!
But the M&S vouchers will get you their amazing mince pies!!!!
I would have liked to have seem some H2O setup numbers in the review. Since you aren't retesting coolers (in general) it would be a great service (as well as not really taking a whole lot of effort on your part) to the readers if those numbers were added to the reviews instead of having us search for old reviews on other cooling products.
Not a rant or flame, just a suggestion that I think would put BT over the top on its quality of article content.
What? No picture comparing the Fenrir X-Mas edition side-by-side with Bindi in a Christmas hat -- your benchmarking techniques are inadequate!
Great cooler? NAH I'll keep my Noctua 12h as I have an AMD+ set up and this only beats it by 1 1/2 degree but my Noctua beats this thing by like 20 decibels during a noise test. I like how they left the decibel test out when comparing this to a Noctua 12h.
Christmas Edition! What no picture of SATAN CLAUS painted on the side.
Damn, that's a sexy looking cooler. I hope they'll be available during the year too.
I always buy the vanilla version about 1 month before the one with the jazzy paint job comes out! Damn, the only consilation is it doesnt fit in with my color scheme. Looks loverly though, thanks for the update!
Yep, it seems you're right (even though Scan still don't list 1156 compatibility for it ).
Quality...I like it. Where can I buy one?
I'm a TRUE Fanboy
Have a Black edition Rev C + Sycthe S Flex 1900 RPM and performance is great with just one fan. Will be even better when I add a second fan and go push/pull
Yes, you are.
Oh yes, I remember a fiasco about the TRUE having curved bottoms, and TR reps kept refusing to acknowledge the issue and said it was a feature to make it cooler.
That was quite a while ago, and I'm not sure if they've changed now. One thing I do know is that TR products costs offensively high against their peers. >.> (Side note : Xigmatek happens to be the most reasonably priced CPU Cooler manufacturer in SG. =&)
Curvy bottoms are pretty cool if you ask me
Wait, are we still talking about heatsinks?
If I remember it correctly the TRUE heatsinks's CPU contact areas weren't flat - they were convex.
A quick test between the CM H212 (which beats the Fenrir in my testing) gave 75C and our XSPC WC kit (X2O, Delta V3, 7/16th tubing RS240 with 2 ~65 CFM fans) got 60C (actual not relative) with a hefty overclock on an upcoming CPU.
For good reviews of watercooling gear have a look at Martins Liquid Labs.
Ordered one of these, it should finish off my PC quite nicely
yeah a lapped true is pretty good.. this christmas edition looks nice- like that red color, it'd go good with ati
if I was buying right now.. I'd get this- 10 in performance from bit-tech =] probably did something right.. don't think I even remember seeing a 10 given on hardware
doubt it'd hold up to a lapped true because we can stick the bigger fans on em.. but for that price very nice
How do i go about changing the fan speed of my fenrir?
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