For most of us, the name of Coolink is probably something of an unknown. It was to me as well until I was contacted by this company and asked to check out their new line of coolers. The Coolink name is actually just a brand name that is owned by the Kolink Company. What all this means is that we have a brand new company that wants to see if they have what it takes to enter the cooling game. And not only that, but they are doing it with the aim of bringing their lineup into the world of the Enthusiast!
Can this be done by a fledgling company? Well, the only way to find out is to put their cooler through the torture chamber and see if it's still breathing at the end. So let's see what we can do with this new U1P2 cooler, shall we?
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