Recently, we took a look at a new company in the cooling arena. They had sent me a huge cooler with dual 60mm fans that was pretty impressive. But while it cools very well, the Coolink U1P2 was also very loud. With all the emphasis today on both performance and lower noise levels, more and more manufacturers are coming up with ideas to conquer this lofty goal.
Which brings us to today's contestant, the Coolink H2T heatsink. It too is a dual fan model, but the fans make considerably less noise than its big brother. Of course, with less noise tends to come a decrease in cooling efficiency, so our goal today will be to take a look at both the volume and the performance. After all, we don't want something in our system that will degrade our capabilities to overclock, do we?
So sit back and enjoy this little excursion into a cooler by a newcomer. We'll peek inside and also put it through the grinder to see how it fares against some pretty stiff competition.
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