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NorthPole Chipset Cooler - NorthPole Chipset Cooler
Fri, July 04 2003 | 10:25AM | PermaLink Feedback?
The boys at System Cooling look at the NorthPole Chipset Cooler. It looks like it would do a pretty good job... Take a look at what they thought here.

Any die-hard overclocker will tell you. Quite simply, there is no such thing as enough. For that reason, overclockers are always looking for that one product that will give them the edge; that will let them squeeze that last megahertz out of their already super tuned system. Once upon a time, cooling the CPU was enough. Then graphics cards became powerful enough to require cooling of their own. Then system memory got its own cooling. These days, chipsets are what the overclockers are attacking as a way of gaining a few extra megahertz, and it's a chipset cooler we're going to be looking at today.

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