Cooler Master Hyper TX2 Reviewgotdamojo06 - March 28, 2008
Category: CPU Cooling
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Are you planning on building a new computer or beginning your journey into the exciting world of overclocking and computer modding? Maybe you have noticed that the temperatures for your processor have been climbing higher than you wish. This is a problem that may be solvable by the Cooler Master TX2 heatsink and fan combination designed for both Intel and AMD processor setups. The design of this heatsink looks very similar to that of the Thermalright Ultra 120 heatsink, being a tower that has a fan installed on it. I am curious to see if the Cooler Master TX2 will be able to perform close to one of the leading heatsinks on the market, the Thermalright Ultra 120 Extreme. Let's begin by taking a look at the Cooler Master TX2 and see what it's made of.
The packaging for the Cooler Master TX2 is a very simple looking package; molded plastic to allow you to see the entire heatsink from all angles, as well as providing protection for the product. On the back of the package is where you will find the specifications as well as the features of the TX2.
When you open up the package, you are able to take a look at the Cooler Master TX2, as well as the instruction manual that is included, which is very simple and describes how you are to install the unit.