New Swiftech air cooler

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    New Swiftech air cooler

    Swiftech released a new air cooler called the Polaris 120.

    looks pretty good and performance is yet to be seen.
    looks like the did a good job with the cooler base.

    http://www.swiftech.com/polaris120heatsink.aspx
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    I agree Eddy, the base looks top notch imo. Not sure about the overall size, or the mounting though.
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    the mounting reminds me very much on the sunbeam. i wouldn't be suprised if they are the original ODM for this cooler.

    any ties with gabe?
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    Quote Originally Posted by BoT View Post
    the mounting reminds me very much on the sunbeam. i wouldn't be suprised if they are the original ODM for this cooler.

    any ties with gabe?
    Of course, shoot me an email though.
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    Agree, the tightly packed heatpipe base looks great. This is actually one of the few HDT coolers I would consider if shopping for a new HSF
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    Quote Originally Posted by wez View Post
    Agree, the tightly packed heatpipe base looks great. This is actually one of the few HDT coolers I would consider if shopping for a new HSF
    Eddy has a sample for review now, so we should have test results post in a few weeks.
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