This time we tested a CPU cooler from Tuniq, Tower 120 Extreme. This cooler has a tower design with five U-shaped heatpipes and with its fan installed inside the heatsink. Will it show a good performance? Check it out!
The box is beautiful and has a robust structure: there is an external box, made of card paper, and a thicker (and harder) one inside, with a plastic transport handle.
Opening the box we were gladly surprised to find, besides the cooler itself, a very complete book-style user manual (instead the common B&W one-sheeter) and a box where the installation hardware is organized in a foam with matching holes, as you can see in Figure 2.
In Figure 3 we can have a general view of the cooler. At first look it seems like there is no fan, but looking carefully you can see the fan inside the heatsink.
In the next pages we will see the cooler in details.
- 1. Introduction
- 2. Tuniq Tower 120 Extreme
- 3. Tuniq Tower 120 Extreme (Cont'd)
- 4. Installation
- 5. How We Tested
- 6. Our Tests
- 7. Main Specifications
- 8. Conclusions