For those who know my reviewing style, they realize that I take a very simple and honest approach. I receive a product, test it, get hard numbers, and then post my opinion about it. For this reason, some have considered me to be "Anti-Thermaltake". Nothing could be further from the truth. I write about the actual performance of the products that I test.
Because when it comes to hardcore overclockers, nothing but the best will work in our systems. We put too much time and effort into getting the best possible components, and a good deal of money as well. So here we go with the now infamous Dragon Orb cooler. It still looks cool as hell, but as I begin my testing of it, I have to ask the same question as always:
It looks good, but can it cool
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