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CoolerMaster Aero 4 - PCstats.com CoolerMaster Aero 4
Wed, August 13 2003 | 10:47AM | PermaLink Feedback?
SystemCooling has the scoop on the new CoolerMaster Aero 4. It looks like a decent HSF, check out here how it performs.

Cooler Master is bringing its unique blower style fan to the Intel world. Today we’re going to take a look at the new Aero 4. Similar in design to the Aero 7 which is used on AMD chips, the Aero 4 uses a radial style blower fan, along with a built in speed control to allow for fan rpm adjustment. That’s comforting to those of us who are trying to introduce a bit of quiet into our computing life.

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