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OCZ Goliath 2 SE and Glacier HSF - PCstats.com OCZ Goliath 2 SE and Glacier HSF
Wed, November 20 2002 | 10:36AM | PermaLink Feedback?
Our pal Chris at Monkey Review looks at the OCZ Goliath 2 SE and Glacier HSF. They seem pretty good, check out what he thinks of them here.

The Goliath 2 SE is huge! I don’t know how else to describe it. As you see in the picture below, the size is just over 3 inches and the weight of the copper makes it quite heavy. The fins used to dissipate heat are very thin and do a very impressive job of allowing cool air through the heatsink as well as getting rid of heat. Thanks to its copper base, good temps are anticipated from it.

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