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Daily News Round #1 for January 14, 2005

Daily News Round #1 news post from TweakTown's online news computing and technology content pages for January 14, 2005
| Posted: Jan 15, 2005 3:43 am

- Scythe SCKBK-2000 Kamaboko Z Heatpipe CPU Cooler

Scythe have just announced a new addition to their universal CPU cooler lineup, the SCKBK-2000 Kamaboko Z Heatpipe CPU Cooler. All sockets look to be supported, and it comes with a PCI bracket controller for fan speed adjustment. Further details below along with the official product page over here folks.

 

While the CPU heat generated from the latest processor is getting much larger and larger, so does the CPU cooler price is going upward. With the latest Heatpipe CPU Cooler "SCKBK-2000 Kamaboko Z" from Scythe company, users can enjoy the GREAT performance & SILENCE for a affordable price! A must features for Do-It-Yourself PC users (easy installation, good performance, low noise and affordable price) are all featured in Scythe SCKBK-2000 Kamaboko Z, you can't go wrong with your cooler choice!

 


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