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3R System iCEAGE Prima Boss II CPU Cooler Review
Author: Rafael Otto Coelho
Type: Reviews Last Updated: January 12, 2010
Page: 1 of 8
Introduction
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This time we tested a new cooler from 3R System: iCEAGE Prima Boss II, new version of iCEAGE Prima Boss we reviewed recently. But will it perform better than its older brother? Check it out!

The box resembles Prima Boss', except for the purple pallete and the diamond-shaped clear window at the front.

iCEAGE Prima Boss II
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Figure 1: Box.

In Figure 2 we can see the box contents: heatsink, fan, installation hardware, thermal compound, user manual, fan controller and an air deflector that allows the user to direct part of the airflow to the transistors from the voltage regulator circuit.

iCEAGE Prima Boss II
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Figure 2: Box contents.

In Figure 3 we can see Prima Boss II heatsink. The main difference to the older model is the number of heatpipes: five, against four on the previous model. In both models the heatpipes are 8 mm in diameter.

iCEAGE Prima Boss II
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Figure 3: Prima Boss II.

In the next pages we will see the cooler in details.

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