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Conclusion

AMA coolers I have tested today demonstrated pretty predictable performance. They are not super-brilliant when it comes to cooling overclocked processors and are not extremely quiet, but I bet you won’t walk by without noticing them in a computer shop. It is with their original exterior designs, shapes, names and LED lighting that AMA coolers are going to win the hearts of computer enthusiasts and modding fans. Who will ever look again at a big and uncouth Noctua NH-D14 with two brown fans and no LEDs? As opposed to it, the Orc or the Elf will undoubtedly provoke a sensation among your friends!

One cooler from AMA is going to be interesting for overclockers, too. I am talking about the Phantom. Although inferior to the Stormblazer in pure performance, it is the best product from AMA in terms of price/performance ratio. Compact and beautiful with blue LED lighting, this cooler is the quietest of the four models and comes at only $49 a piece. Besides, this cooler supports all platforms and is easy to install. I recommend it in the first place for cooling overclocked CPUs, but I have no doubt that the other three models from AMA will find their user, too.

In conclusion e would like to award AMATech Phantom with our Recommended Buy title as the best cooler of the four in terms of price/performance:

 
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