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Nexus LOW-7000 R2 CPU Cooler Review
Author: Rafael Otto Coelho
Type: Reviews Last Updated: December 11, 2009
Page: 1 of 9
Introduction

This time we tested Nexus LOW-7000 R2, a CPU cooler with four heatpipes, a 120 mm fan and with a height of only 2 3/4" (70 mm), making it compatible with SFF cases. But will it perform like "big" coolers?

LOW-7000 R2 box is big but low, showing the cooler main characteristic. The low height is well advertised, but keep in mind that it is not the lowest cooler on market, as Scythe Big Shuriken, for example, is only 2 9/32" (58 mm) high. In the box there is also a small window that shows part of the cooler.

Nexus LOW-7000 R2
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Figure 1: Box.

Inside the box we found the cooler, user manual, installation hardware and a tube of gray thermal compound.

Nexus LOW-7000 R2
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Figure 2: Box contents.

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

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