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These thing is massive! its only just come out and ebuyer and others are charging £45 alone for the cooler!

Ive got one in my cart now to check out
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size does not make a cooler better...
does it have 8 fans?

just reading the spec....180W????
why is this negative?

Its a £40 + fan
Brilliant price. Excellent cooler

draws less than 2W on load.

the high 180w figure is its heat transfer.
hot cause it looks awesome!
will be interesting to see just how good it actually is... If you like that, then checkout the V10 and V12

with the arctic freezer 7 pro coming in at £15 its got a lot of competition

not voting hot or cold, as i dont know how well it performs
Weight 1.5KG :w00t:

Wonder if that's just the cooler or the entire package?
It looks nice but it's ridiculously humungous!
No reviews out yet so not voting either way regardless of price.
That is huge i don't even know if that will fit in a full size gaming case.
why is this negative?

Its a £40 + fan

Probably because it's a £40+ fan, most people are happy with something like a £15 freezer 7 and most of those who aren't are going to want some proof of it's performance before they buy. The only people I can see it appealing to are those who want to show off, and in that case it doesn't look half as impressure as some of the scythe heatsinks, such as this, admittedly more expensive, orochi:

(image from here)

That is huge i don't even know if that will fit in a full size gaming case.

Well it's 6.22 inches tall so assuming your motherboard is lined up with the drive cages on one side you need an extra inch to the side of your 5.25" drives.
That looks like a joke, where's the un-photoshoped photo?
hows this compared to the likes of thermalright, noctua and xignatek - the 3 current best in silent cooling. I remember thermalright made a monster heatsink before and it didn't perform as well as it should, so I'd suggest to wait for reviews first.
Wouldn't surprise me if this snapped the processor off it's hinges.
Bloody hell, thats massive! Will it fit in most ATX cases?
Damn it! Was half way throught the checkout and it went up to £55 :(

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