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Old 02-02-2011, 12:10 PM   #1
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"The Ice Matrix 600 is a CPU cooler from Deepcool, with a tower design, six heatpipes "side by side" and a 140 mm fan. Let's check its performance!Half of the product box is transparent, allowing*you t..."

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Old 02-02-2011, 05:33 PM   #2
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In future reviews of HSF's that support both Intel and AMD sockets can we get pics of it fitted to an AMD socket aswell please specifically with tall dimms like Corsairs ones with the DHX Heat sinks on them. There are so many new HSF's coming out and none list whether or not you can use them on AMD platforms with tall dimms

example: Cooler Masters Hyper 212 (not the plus) on AMD sockets covers the 1st DIMM slot and if using tall DIMMs like corsair with DHX spreaders the front fan hits dimm 1 by 2.5mm lower than the top of the DHX heat spreader in so doing it doesn't allow for tall dimms in slot 1
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Athlonite,
We will take your suggestion about showing AMD mounting in the future in consideration.

About trying tall DIMMs, if we use this kind of modules we shouldn't be able to test all coolers. Besides that, this compatibility depends on the memory model and on the motherboard too, and we cannot generalize if a cooler supports tall DIMMs or not.

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