When you hear the brand name "Gigabyte", odds are good the first thing that comes to mind is motherboards. While the company certainly makes a lot of these, they have also expanded their product line to include graphics cards, mobile phones, laptops, peripherals, and the subject of today's article, cooling solutions.
The 3D Rocket II, as the name implies, is a revision of an older design. With several enhancements, the current offering claims to do a significantly better job than its older brother. While we will not be comparing this product to the original, we will be comparing it to some other modern coolers here today that have already established themselves as solid contenders.
So will the Gigabyte cooler be able to stand its ground? Continue on as we look into this question and try to help you make informed buying decisions where cooling is concerned.
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