Wednesday, November 11th 2009

Xilence Intros Entry Level 4ALL.R3 CPU Cooler

Taiwanese company Xilence Technology released its 4ALL.R3 CPU cooler. This entry-level CPU cooler is intended to serve as a stock-heatsink replacement. It has a simple tower design, with the CPU contact base (which doubles up as a small heatsink) conveying heat to an aluminum fin block using two copper heatpipes. The fins are cooled by a 92 mm fan. The 4ALL.R3 supports Intel sockets LGA-775 and LGA-1156, and AMD sockets AM2(+)/AM3. It is priced at 20 EUR.

Source: TechConnect Magazine
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9 Comments on Xilence Intros Entry Level 4ALL.R3 CPU Cooler

#1
El_Mayo
that looks pretty awesome :)
might get that actually :D
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#2
afw
well its basically similar to the Evercool Buffalo cooler which i have .... hmmm nothin special abt it ...
2 heatpipes ... :shadedshu
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#3
mechtech
Hmmm has that bland plain generic "made in china" look.
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#4
Sasqui
Looks a lot like the OCZ "vendetta" I recently got which got me from 4.2Ghz to 4.3Ghz prime95 stable and from 4.6Ghz to 4.8Ghz windows stable - but I'm still not overwhelmed by it. The Vendetta has 3 DCHP, this only has two.

I paid $20 for the OCZ before a $15 rebate. Do the math :)
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#5
WarEagleAU
Bird of Prey
It doesnt look to be HDT. It actually looks like a cheap better than stock cpu cooler replacement. I like it.
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#6
El_Mayo
by: mechtech
Hmmm has that bland plain generic "made in china" look.
Doesn't everything "generic" nowadays?
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#7
LittleLizard
by: WarEagleAU
It doesnt look to be HDT. It actually looks like a cheap better than stock cpu cooler replacement. I like it.
i like it too cause i have stock crap cooling and anything over stock for me is better
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#8
newfellow
Only 2 heat pipes? no way.. This things not gonna cool anything.. Lets say 4 pipes minimum crossed + completely made from copper maybe.
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#9
pantherx12
Its supposed to be a cheap upgrade from stock cooling, not high end : ]

Should work great for those who need it.
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