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IOSS RD7-CA Cooling After - PCstats.com IOSS RD7-CA Cooling After
Wed, November 27 2002 | 10:38AM | PermaLink Feedback?
Technoyard looks at the IOSS RD7-CA Cooling After. It seems to work pretty well, check out their review here.

The RD7-CA could be considered the Turbo Timer for modern day computers. It keeps the cooling fans of your system running even after the system is shut down. The gradual cool-down protects the electrical components from any damage that a sudden shutdown may cause after normal use of pc. Overclocking at high speed may cause even worse after shutting down abruptly. RD7-CA completely cools down and minimizes the bad effects of heat to the pc.

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