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Cool Jag Falcon 92 Cu

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  1. W1zzard

    W1zzard Administrator Staff Member

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    Cool Jag's new Falcon 92 Cu CPU cooler comes with wide compatibility for all current sockets. As the name suggests the cooler is made from Copper - a cheaper Aluminum version is available as well. During our testing we came to the conclusion that this extremely quiet cooler has no problems keeping up with the other heatsinks we tested so far.

    To read this review go to: https://www.techpowerup.com/reviews/CoolJag/Falcon_92_Cu/
     
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    Being all copper, I would figure the performance would be alot better.
     
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    It isnt just about the material it is made out of.
    The flatness of the base, and the size also plays important roles.
    The fact that it wasnt that flat hurt it.
    Also, it is much smaller than most heatsinks today.
     
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    Does it fit on a Socket A (462) ??
    I know...it says nothing about fitting on a Socket A....but...maybe..... :twitch:
     
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    How would this compare to a stock AMD AM2 heatpipe cooler? I'm still on the hunt for the perfect HTPC cpu cooler for an X2 3800+ in an ATX HTPC case. Height and noise are major concerns.
     
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