Hardware udlånt af: NorthQ.
Skrevet af Simon den 15. Jan 2008. Testen er vist 8088 gange.
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Introduction: In this review, we take a look at a CPU cooler from the Danish company NorthQ. The last time we reviewed another one of their CPU coolers, the NorthQ 3340WLA Gamer cooler. So in this test, we take a look at the big brother, which is the NorhtQ 3340WLA Extreme Cooler.
Packaging: The NorhtQ 3340WLA Extreme Cooler arrives in a cardboard box with a handle on the top. The box is very much like a suitcase. There’s a window at the front of the box, which enables you to get a good look at the cooler.
Besides that, there’s information about supported platforms, and the characteristics of the cooler. On the back of the box, you find details for the specifications.
In the box you find the cooler, as well as a 120mm clear fan with white LED’s, mounts, a manual, and a fan controller.
Nothing is missing for the NorhtQ 3340WLA Extreme Cooler. The bundled fan controller is of the kind that must be installed like a PCI-shield – Which is good, compared to the internal controllers, that often comes bundled with CPU coolers.
Specifications: Let’s have a look at the NorthQ 3340WLA Extreme Cooler’s specifications. The specifications have been copied from NorthQ’s website:
The NorhtQ 3340WLA Extreme Cooler is not a small cooler, with a weight over 500 grams, and a height of 15cm. It does take up some space.
By the looks of it, the specifications for the NorhtQ 3340WLA Extreme Cooler is good, and all the modern CPU’s is supported. It is going to be interesting to see if the bigger size will boost the performance, compared to the little brother, the NorhtQ 3330WLA Gamer Cooler.