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Tuesday, 18 September 2007 01:00
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ASUS Triton 75 CPU cooler review

We last took a look at one of ASUS' efforts in the realm of CPU cooling courtesy of their Arctic Square part back in June - A part which turned out to be pretty respectable in regard to both noise levels and cooling performance, without proving to be a world beater in either discipline.  So, what's new on the cooling front from this giant of the hardware industry?

Today, we take a look at a new addition to ASUS' line-up as part of their Triton CPU cooler series - The Triton 75.  This cooler, which is both AMD and Intel compatible, offers completely passive cooling by default, together with the option to add a 120mm fan to the body of the cooler to improve performance further, somewhat in line with the like of Cooler Master's GeminII part which we also looked at recently.  Can this new development propel ASUS to the top of the CPU cooler league?  Let's waste no time in finding out.

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