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    Much has changed since the days when the Tuniq Tower 120 reigned supreme. Top air cooling manufacturers have refined their designs and incorporated Heatpipe Direct Touch technology that has proven to be very successful in its performance abilities. In many ways, Tuniq has had to play catch-up since their heyday, and in their pursuit of recapturing the air cooling crown, they've now released the "Extreme" version of their legendary cooler. Question is: did they succeed?



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    Did your sample come with an LGA1156 mounting kit?

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    Unfortunately no.

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    This is still a decent cooler, and does a great job cooling.

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