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New Shining CPU Cooler: Gigabyte G-Power II Pro Review

Started by: DCasey | Date 01/28/08 07:15:57 PM
Comments: 10 | Last Comment:  08/05/08 10:12:56 PM

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I can not find this anywhere (Newegg/CompUSA/ZipZoomFly/XPCGear/Pricewatch). Gigabyte says its available now. Stumped. Any clues?

Also, how well is this thing going to fit in a ASUS Crosshair and NOT bump up against the Northbridge heat pipes OR block the memory banks? I have been playing HE*L trying to find a performance fan-based cooler and this product just might fit. Not brave enough to step up to watercooling just yet... :)
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it seems gigabyte has 2 models of the g-power 2 pro. the GH-PSU23-PB, that comes with a standard 4-pin connector and the GH-PSU22-LB, the one that comes with the VB cable.
I got the one with the 4-pin... I'm not that much of a techie so I would like to ask, how do i max out my fan speed? It says its a PWM smart-fan, so does it adjust automatically to the cpu temp? my CMOS setup (MSI board) is currently in thermal mode, but i think there is a custom mode called speed mode, have to look again...
i have an AMD 64 X2 4200+, my idle temp is 28-29 celsius and loaded temp is 34 (after playing more than 30 minutes of crysis). are these figures good? don't know how to add ambient temp factor in the equation, but i live in the Philippines and its currently rainy season here.
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