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Discussion in 'Overclocking & Cooling' started by pantherx12, Dec 19, 2009.

  1. pantherx12

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    A few of my regular shops have just got a whole bunch of stuff from this company.

    Some of it looks epic.

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    Apparently this one is the best performing DTT cooler you can get D:
    Its only a few degrees of the new Noctua 14cm monster.
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    Last one looks like Noctua with DHC base.
     
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    A German PC magazine has done quite a few reviews on their CPU coolers. I only remember the "Grossclock'ner", which received pretty good ratings.

    Check here
     
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    Google some reviews of them. They are really good coolers and very well build.
     
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    Yeah I found them via their chipset cooler which has good reviews :D
     
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    Yet you misspelled their name. You Americans (edit: English people), why don't you acknowledge ä, ö and ü :laugh: Most if not all Alpenföhn products have names of Austrian/German/Swiss heritage, like "Grossclock'ner" (in reference to a mountain named "Grossglockner" I think), The "case Spätzle" (rubber grommets named after food) and of course "Heidi", and you damn better know Heidi from Maienfeld in Graubünden:slap: :laugh:

    I don't quite know what I want to say with this post, so uhm... they're good products, give them a try. PCGH loves them and mentiones the coolers as much as we mention the Xiggys.
     
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    Alpenföhn makes a lot more sense than Alpenfohn. ^^
     
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    I done no such thing, I copy and pasted it from somehwere :laugh:
     

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