CPU cooler tests Gigabyte Volar

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CPU cooler tests Gigabyte Volar

Introduced at Computex 2007 in June 2007, CPU Cooling System Gigabyte Volar (from Latin “volare” – to fly) represents an innovative approach to cooling the space around the socket. The fact is that the radiator of the new cooler is not only in a suspended state, but also installed obliquely at an angle of 45 degrees. Such an original design really creates the illusion of the cooler flying, apparently for this reason, the logo of the novelty is made in the form of two open wings:

However, if we recall the coolers we tested earlier, which are also focused on cooling the space around the socket, we can conclude that such cooling systems are not very efficient. Scythe Kama Cross, Katana / II or
Cooler Master Sphere
They were not at all impressed from the point of view of overclocking processors, and the air flow directed by their designs to cool the elements of the near-socket space did not increase the frequency potential of the CPU.

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Today we will check how it happened with the cooler made by Gigabyte.

  • packaging and equipment

The box in which the new cooling system from Gigabyte is supplied is made in the best traditions of high-quality packaging. 🙂… Here is also thick cardboard with a cutout in the full size of the cooler:

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