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Aerocool X-Factor: Although monster cooling performance isn't something we'll expect from the X-Factor, it is built with silence in mind. It also helps that it is reasonable on the wallet as well.
Date: May 30, 2003
Catagory: Cases & Cooling
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As a PC hardware site, we look at quite a few coolers, the majority of which aimed at monster cooling. It's nice therefore to look at a cooler that isn't designed with monster cooling in mind, but with more average performance and good looks at the forefront of its goals.

We often forget that there is another side of the market catering for those that simply want a good cooler that works, catering for those who want something a bit nice but also easy on the wallet. The product we are going to look at today falls into this category and is another product from the line up being sold at . The we have here is based on extrusion fin technology so let's have a look at this budget cooler.


Dimension 70x70x28mm
Material Aluminium w/copper insert

Fan Specification (Aluminium Fan)
Dimension 70x70x15mm
Bearing 1 ball 1 sleeve
RPM 4000rpm
Air Flow 32.45cfm
Noise Level <30dba
Intel: Coppermine all, Celeron all AMD: Duron all, Athlon (TB) all, Athlon XP 2600+

Cooler Weight 370g

The unit we have here is supplied with the Aluminium fan, but there is also a version with a standard black fan.

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