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GlacialTech Siberia CPU Cooler Review
Author: Rafael Coelho 20,673 views
Type: Reviews Last Updated: April 26, 2011
Page: 3 of 8
The GlacialTech Siberia (Cont’d)
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Figure 8 shows the base of the cooler, which is not polished enough to have a mirror-like look.



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Figure 8: Base

In Figure 9 you see the fans. They are connected to the same cable, and there is no way to disconnect them from each other. The bigger fan has red, green, and blue LEDs. The connector is that of a four-pin.

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Figure 9: Fans

Figure 10 shows the heatsink without the fans. They are easy to remove, thanks to the metal wire holders.

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Figure 10: Heatsink

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