While here at TweakTown we like to keep you up-to-date on the latest and greatest hardware on the planet, we do at times like to sit back and take a look at the products that help make a PC more fun, user friendly, or simply run at their absolute best.
A while back we took a look at three of MSI's products that you wouldn't class as hardcore, however, they are still quite entertaining, with many nifty features. Today it is Gigabyte's turn that has slipped us some of their latest toys.
Today we will be pitting the three of Gigabyte's latest CPU coolers against each other on the K7, K8, P4 478 and P4 775 platforms in order to see which of their coolers deserves your dollars, as well as take a look at the latest Wireless product from Gigabyte that offers storage all at the same time as well as Gigabyte's answer to front panel access.
Let's begin and check out all the latest toys to come from Gigabyte in Taiwan.
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