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Gigabyte show off the monstrous G-Power II Pro

by Matt Davey on 4 March 2008, 00:12

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Gigabyte show off the monstrous G-Power II Pro

There are some coolers you have heard about but you’re not quite sure what they look like in real life. The G-Power II Pro falls into that category for us. Running round the halls this morning we finally got to see what all the fuss had been about.

As the members of the Gigabyte team scampered round the booth trying to get all setup we crouched down to snap away as the samples went through final testing.

The large chrome cover holds the 120mm fan in place, angled downwards to improve the cooling to both the CPU and MOSFET areas of the motherboard.

Featuring five 8mm thick heat pipes there is no doubt the G-Power II pro means business.

With out-of-the-box compatibility with both LGA 775 and AM2/K8 platforms we will get this in the labs as soon as we can to see just how capable it is.

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I was able to get my hands on the G-Power2 Pro Cooler!Aftera long search for a good processor cooler replacement, in a harsh environment. I tested it on a variety of mainboards….I am a custom made computer builder in the NY metro area for over 15 years. I was looking for a replacement of the average processor cooler. My last test on the device was on Maximum Extreme QX9650, 2GB DDR3, with 8800 Ultra 2X 150 WD, and 1X 1000GB WD: the installation (for the G-Power Pro Cooler) was easy , very quiet, fan face the memory which took a little heat from it and very impartant it is very easy to clean it.Highly recommended to eeveryone who runs a computer with space (either AMD or Intel mainboard)! The only thing I am missing is the four pin connection…the device comes with a three pin connection.
Definitely my choice for replacement of processor cooler. The price is right, and performance is great!Looking forward for the next generation!!
Looks pretty smart to me. shame i just bought a Scythe Ninja Rev.B.

Quite adequate for the job mind.