Every gamer wants is to drop their computers temperature by as much as possible. Every drop in temperature means they can push their computer that little bit more, and overclock it to run just that little bit faster. These days there is a multitude of ways of achieving this difference. There are monster case fans, water cooling systems, and then there are (my favorite), massive CPU coolers. When considering the final option, there are many factors that need to be considered, quality of attached fan or fans, materials, and design. Let’s see how well the Sunbeam Tech Core-Contact Freezer lives up to its name:
Provided by: Sunbeam Tech
The Sunbeam Tech Core-Contact Freezer comes in a box with a simple layout. Displayed on the front of the box is a picture of the cooler, and there are some specs on the back. It easily unfolds to reveal an easy to open clam shell case that houses the cooler, fan, and a box of accessories.
The overall design of the cooler shows that there was a lot of time put into its creation. The fins I found are a little on the light side and are easy to bend, but the shear amount, shape, and design aided in maximizing its heat dispersal. The base is made of a combination of metals. There are four copper heat pipes that form the base, and aluminum to help form the base, and help in heat transfer up the pipes.
The Sunbeam Tech Core-Contact Freezer is well lapped straight from the box. Even though the base is made of inter-weaved materials, they are still finely tuned to a perfectly Flush finish.
Now let’s see what comes with the Sunbeam Tech Core-Contact Freezer:
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