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    Speeze Copper Heatsink
    Author: Mike Kitchenman
    Date Posted: April 26th, 2002
    SLRating: SLRating: 5/10
    Bottom Line: A solid concept, with some notable execution flaws.

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    Pros & Cons

    Pros

    • Quiet fan
    • Lower Profile design

    Cons

    • Not-so stellar performance
    • Rough look
    • Ungainly clip

    Conclusion

    Well, I obviously wasn't overly thrilled with this cooler. It's not a bad idea to start with; I personally don't really like the sheer size of some of the other coolers I've seen. Then there was the fan, it was quiet, while not silent, it didn't pound away at my poor eardrums like some other coolers have in the past. But, the clipping mechanism, and the rougher look of the cooler when compared to others I've used, detracted from a potentially nice design. The last straw was the mediocre performance. This cooler didn't really hold up that well in combat, especially considering an aluminum cooler beat it well.

    Final Thought

    This cooler is a not quite ready for prime time candidate. A solid design idea, with final product drawbacks. Maybe their next line will do a bit better around.

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