The today’s most efficient processor air-coolers belong to the tower-type and have their heatsink composed of two independent arrays with a fan inserted between them. Among solutions like that are Thermalright IFX-14, Asus Triton 88, Noctua NH-D14 and Cogage Arrow. In fact, there is nothing more efficient out there than these four solutions. However, there are coolers that feature the same design structure, but their potential is not fully unleashed, for example, Tuniq Tower 120 Extreme. Moreover, there are also a few obviously weak solutions, like Dynatron G950, which review will follow shortly. In other words, we can conclude that it is not only the design of the cooler heatsink that matters the most, but also its proper implementation.
Coolink Company doesn’t have any implementation issues and is known for the European quality of their solutions, including processor and VGA coolers as well as very good SWiF and SWiF2 fan series. At the same time, it is very difficult to really invent something new and innovative in the CPU cooler segment these days, therefore Coolink decided to built their new solution using the already existing achievements in this field, including the dual-array heatsink structure. At the same time, the new Coolink Corator DS cooler launched on January 20, 2010 has at least two unique features, G.D.T. (Gapless Direct Touch) Technology being one of them.
So, our today’s review is going to tell you all about it, so let’s get started.