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Silverstone Tundra TD03-LITE

Discussion in 'Reviews' started by crazyeyesreaper, Aug 18, 2015.

  1. crazyeyesreaper

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    The Silverstone Tundra series has a new addition with the TD03-LITE. This new standard 120 mm all-in-one liquid CPU cooler packs a pretty good punch, which is in part to its solid performance and affordable price. It has some serious potential.

    To read this review go to: https://www.techpowerup.com/reviews/Silverstone/Tundra_TD03-LITE/
     
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    Oh a a loud sucker indeed.

    One more argument to include tests with with one fan for each device, like Typhoon or Vardar...

    And put some audio file from 1m distance to listen pump noise, with fan or not. That would be great. The idea is the get the character of the sound, the main pitch, if it is irrating or not.
     
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    Interesting...My Antec h20 650 keeps my i5 3450 @ 4ghz in the mid-high 50C range while gaming with a 40-50% fan speed...Torture tests hits mid 60C with 80+% fan speed (very loud) Plus it has a 5 year warranty...I bought it at Frys for $45 with rebate..oh, and the water block is connected to my mobo via zip ties. The 1155 socket brackets that came with it would not fit at all. But with my low temps, I am completely satisfied.
     

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