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Old December 1, 2009, 11:03 AM
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Default Cogage Releases Arrow - A Familar Friend in Disguise

Cogage is a relatively unheard of name in the aftermarket cooling field. However they do release some remarkable interesting coolers and rebuilds of classic favourites. Many of us will look at the Arrow and see right through its disguise; in actuality it's really a redesigned TR IFX-14. This doesn't stop it however, from being a top tier cooler l... [ Read full article ]
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Old December 1, 2009, 12:07 PM
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So whats the familiar friend supposed to be? a TRUE? I don't get it.
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Did you get to the second paragraph :P
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would have like some copper though.....
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would have like some copper though.....
Because it's not heavy enough?
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Holy nickel and copper batman!
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looks pretty.

I think I might actually want one.
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On another note, I'd really love a review with this against the IFX-14, Thermalright U-120E, Corsair H50 and a megalahems.
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On another note, I'd really love a review with this against the IFX-14, Thermalright U-120E, Corsair H50 and a megalahems.

Don't forget the Flex, its Zalman's real heavy hitter.

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Cogage = Thermalright value brand

Anything from Cogage will be a lesser version of what Thermalright offers for less money.
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