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Thursday, April 14, 2011
CPU Coolers - Noctua NH-C14 Vs Thermaltake Frio Ock

1. Noctua NH-C14 Vs Thermaltake Frio Ock

Today we will test two CPU coolers designed to operate under heavy loads. Noctua is proposing the top-air NH-C14 for your system, promising to offer high cooling efficiency and quiet operation, in a compact and a smart customizable design that can easily fit in your system

Thermaltake's Frio OCK is the updated version of the company's Frio cooler for overclockers. The massive dual-fan cooler features a whooping heat dissipation capacity of 240 W and it has been designed to appeal gamers with a shape and color scheme resembling a powerful bunker as inspired by the popular PC game StarCraft II.




Intel LGA1366, LGA1156, LGA1155, LGA775

AMD AM2, AM2+, AM3 (backplate required)

Thermaltake Frio OCK

Intel LGA1366,

AMD AM3, AM2+, AM2


All the products will be tested with exactly the same environmental conditions and of course same testing methodology.

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