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Corsair AirFlow Pro Display and AirFlow 2 Fan Review

Postby Apoptosis » Wed Jul 20, 2011 9:45 am

Corsair AirFlow Pro Display and AirFlow 2 Fan Review

You want to push your memory kit to the extreme but you are concerned about too much heat. How do you add advanced cooling, monitoring, and sweet visual effects to you memory? Corsair has the answer with the AirFlow Pro and Airflow 2 memory accessories. See how much cooling performance you can achieve and how it affects memory overclocking in this review.

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Article Title: Corsair AirFlow Pro Display and AirFlow 2 Fan Review
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Re: Corsair AirFlow Pro Display and AirFlow 2 Fan Review

Postby Kaos Kid » Wed Jul 20, 2011 10:09 am

Nice!

Would you foresee clearance problems with certain coolers, both stock and aftermarket?
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Re: Corsair AirFlow Pro Display and AirFlow 2 Fan Review

Postby Tator Tot » Wed Jul 20, 2011 10:35 pm

Kaos Kid wrote:Nice!

Would you foresee clearance problems with certain coolers, both stock and aftermarket?


Oh yeah. most towers would have issues. The thinner towers like the Promilatech Armageddon or Thermalright Archon would be best to use in conjunction with this guy.
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Re: Corsair AirFlow Pro Display and AirFlow 2 Fan Review

Postby Major_A » Thu Jul 21, 2011 10:53 am

Cool product (AirFlow Pro Display) although impractical. For free you can download a Sidebar widget that can show you how much RAM you're using in real time for free.
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Re: Corsair AirFlow Pro Display and AirFlow 2 Fan Review

Postby Bhench » Mon Jul 25, 2011 3:25 pm

But that widget doesn't show you memory temprature :mrgreen: The AirFlow cools the memory quite nicely but the PRO's LED's are targeted at people that do case lighting and UV reactive stuff. Doesn't help performance but looks cool.
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