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Cooling 3D Style - Gigabyte cool the clocks

When we think of processor cooling devices most of us would first think of Thermaltake, CoolerMaster or OCZ. What about if we told you to think of Gigabyte? Start thinking about it! Gigabyte has just released their very first cooler for AMD Athlon XP and 64 as well as Intel Pentium 4. We've got Gigabyte's 3D cooler on the test bed. Come see just what it is capable of when we push some more MHz through the processors!

By: | Editorials in Cases, Cooling & PSU | Posted: Jan 9, 2004 5:00 am
TweakTown Rating: 9.0%Manufacturer: Gigabyte




It is no secret that we here at TweakTown admire Gigabyte due to their diversity and willingness to try just about everything and anything from one time to another. So far Gigabyte has pulled out motherboards for all platforms, video cards based on both nVidia and ATI chipsets, optical storage, notebooks, barebones PC's as well as network and wireless communication products. Now Gigabyte starts to push its way into the cooling sector and in style.


This is certainly not going to be a walk in the park for Gigabyte to get a name for themselves with this particular market segment already being dominated by the two top dogs, namely Thermaltake and CoolerMaster. Gigabyte is going to have to pull out some amazing strings in order to take on the kings of the mountains.


Today we take a look at the Gigabyte 3D cooler which supports AMD K7, K8 and Pentium 4 CPU - all from the single cooler. Let's see what we've got here from the folks at Gigabyte!




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