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Old May 21, 2007, 07:40 AM
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Default Cooljag Falcon 92-Cu Heatsink Review by FrostyTech

I had to post this review, as I get a real kick out of unusual heatsinks for some reason. It actually performs quite well at full fan spped, and ranked 10th on their well populated performance ranking list. More surprising is that it was a respectable 9th place on that list at low fan speed (producing 30.1dBA- 2nd place on the silence ranking list) which might make it a good choice for those who want quiet performance.

When the Cooljag Falcon 92-Cu heatsink fan is running at full tilt, it's clear that this is an excellent heatsink for LGA775 Intel and K8 AMD processor platforms. Taking into consideration the concerns about base flatness we've already discussed I think this heatsink could have performed better. Yet as it stands, we witnessed no significant differences in the end result between this unit and the Falcon 92-AL.




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Old May 21, 2007, 11:34 PM
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Looks awful but yeah looks like it perform decently. Babr, did ya heard of the new CPU heatsink from Thermalright ? I know some guy told me about but am not sure which one it is. Could it be the Ultra 120 ?
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Yeah- you may be thinking of the Ultra 120 (which is the new heavyweight champion) - there is also an ultra 90.

But you may also be thinking of the Thermalright Inferno FX-14

It's a huge cooler that pairs up with an option 'backside cooler' that carries heat away from the back of the motherboard.
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Wow....that is quite a cooler....performs well too
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Oh hell yeah Babr! Thats the one lol
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Hell of a cooler.
I have always liked Thermalright's products.
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