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    Name: Dr. Thermal CPU Cooler
    Company: TITI
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    SLCentralHardwareReviewsCooling Aug 22nd, 2019 - 8:37 AM EST
    TITI Dr. Thermal CPU Cooler
    Author: Mike Kitchenman
    Date Posted: February 14th, 2002
    SLRating: 8/10


    Now we're down to one of the most important parts of the heatsink...How easily can you install it? For those of you who remember the Thermoengine, this was the one place it came up short. SERIOUSLY short, mind you. It had a nasty habit of killing CPU's during install and removal. Since it's built so similarly, you'd expect the Dr. Thermal to have similar issues, right? Well, in a word, no.

    The Dr. Thermal uses a clipping mechanism that is seriously unique to the heatsink world. It has a Ziff-style locking arm on the side of the heat sink that locks it in place once you have it positioned on the lugs. Yes this means that it is incredibly simple to apply to your processor. Even a n00b could apply this without much difficulty.

    Installation: 3/3 (I'd go higher, but I can't. The install is that good.)

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