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Thermolab Micro Silencer Review

gotdamojo06    -   May 4, 2008
Category: CPU Cooling
Price: TBA
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Introduction:  

Are you working on building a new computer? Maybe you are looking to replace your stock Intel socket 775 HSF, but you don't know what to look for because you're working in a very small case or a HTPC. Well, Thermolab had your particular situation in mind when the company was designing the Thermolab Micro Silencer. This cooler is very small, and looks like it would be able to cool better than the stock cooling solution from Intel. I am going to put the Thermolab Micro Silencer up against some other coolers that are out on the market and see where this little guy stands.

Closer Look:  

The packaging for the Thermolab Micro Silencer is a very simple brown box with black print on two sides. The front and back of the packaging are completely blank. The two sides of the box are exactly the same and let you know what is in the box, stating that the cooler is for Socket 775 and that it is a Micro Silencer. The sides also state that the Thermolab Micro Silencer was made in Korea.  

 

 

 

 

 

 

On the top of the box, Thermolab's logo is printed with the slogan "Effective Thermal Management Solution" underneath the logo. When you open up the package, you are able to take a first look at the Thermolab Micro Silencer. You can see the two copper heatpipes that are going through the fins that are all covered by a fan.  

 

 

Now we need to take the unit out of its packaging and see exactly how it has been put together.  




  1. Introduction & Closer Look
  2. Closer Look (Continued)
  3. Specifications & Features
  4. Testing
  5. Conclusion
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