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Coolink Corator DS CPU Cooler Review
Author: Rafael Otto Coelho
Type: Reviews Last Updated: April 21, 2010
Page: 1 of 9
Introduction
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This time we tested Corador DS CPU cooler from Coolink, which uses a "sandwich" design, with two tower heatsinks, four U-shaped heatpipes and one 120 mm fan. Check it out!



Corator DS box is big and simple, with a picture of the cooler and some information about it, as you can see in Figure 1.

Coolink Corator DS
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Figure 1: Box.

Inside the box we found the cooler with the fan already installed, user manual, installation hardware and a tube of thermal compound.

Coolink Corator DS
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Figure 2: Box contents.

In Figure 3 you can have a general view of the cooler. We have already seen this design on other coolers, like Tuniq Tower 120 Extreme, Zalman CNPS9900 NT and Thermaltake ISGC-200, with excellent performance on the first two. This fact, along with the huge size and good general aspect of Corator DS, gave us great expectations about its performance.

Coolink Corator DS
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Figure 3: Coolink Corator DS.

In the next page we will see this cooler in detail.
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