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"Little" Twin Bro II: Swiftech MCX C370

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The MCX C370 could easily pass for the miniature twin brother of the MCX462. The workmanship is simply excellent - a plate of solid copper, lapped on the underside, is the basis of this high-end cooler. This type of surface treatment ensures low heat transmission resistance and, consequently, the quick dissipation of heat from the processor die. Corrugated, pressed-in aluminum pins make up the cooling surface, similar to the MCX370-0A. The screw-on clip also underwent some improvements. Unlike the original MCX370-0A, the clip now attaches to all three notches on the socket.


MCXC C370: its cooling performance matches that of its predecessor, the MCX370-0A.
Summary
  1. A Round-up Of 55 Coolers For AMD Processors
  2. The Theory Behind The Dream Cooler
  3. Don't Lay It On Too Thick: The Tight Grease
  4. One By One - 55 Coolers On The Blocks
  5. Not Much Room Around The CPU: ALPHA FC-PAL15
  6. Plagiarism? ARKUA 6228 And 7528
  7. ARKUA 7528
  8. Evolution Of The Coolers: 112BN0, 112BJ0, 112BJ0-1 And 112C80
  9. Larger And Under A Hood: AVC 112BJ0
  10. More Powerful Fan: AVC 112BJ0-1
  11. Quieter But Heavier: AVC 112C80
  12. Nomen Est Omen: Brown International V8 Heatsink
  13. CoolerMaster
  14. Big, Heavy And High-quality: CoolerMaster HCC-003
  15. The Mighty Roaring Cube: CoolerMaster HCC-002
  16. Hot Pipes For High Speeds: CoolerMaster HHC-001
  17. A Cooler, Too: ElanVital FSCUG9C-6
  18. Evercool
  19. Looking Sharp: Evercool ND15-715
  20. A Dazzler: Evercool CUD-725
  21. Cooling For Next To Nothing: Foxconn
  22. Slow And Stealthy: GlacialTech Igloo2310
  23. Too Pretty To Hide: GlacialTech Igloo2400
  24. Ultra-silent: Global Win CAK - II 58
  25. Much Ado About Nothing: Global Win CAK - II 38
  26. Fan Tower: Global Win TAK68
  27. Italian Moments: Neolec Venezia TB
  28. The Thrill Is Gone: Neolec Vento
  29. A Dime A Dozen: Pent Alpha APSK0155
  30. Just Your Ordinary Cooler: Pent Alpha APSK0156
  31. Quiet And Flat: Spire 5P53B3
  32. Fraternal Triplets: Spire 5E34B3-H, Spire 5E34B3 And Spire 5E32B3
  33. II: Spire 5E34B3
  34. III: Spire 5E34B3-H
  35. AMD Under The Rocks: Spire 5T060B1H3R, Spire 5T061B1H3T And Spire 5T208B1H3T
  36. BigRock: Spire 5T060B1H3R
  37. SuperRock: Spire 5T208B1H3T
  38. Roaring Cooler Monsters For Overclockers: Swiftech MC462 And MCX462
  39. Evolution Vs. Revolution: Swiftech MCX462
  40. Little Bro I: Swiftech MCX370-0A
  41. "Little" Twin Bro II: Swiftech MCX C370
  42. Compact And Quiet Standard Cooler: Taisol CEK747092
  43. Easy Upgrading : Taisol CGK760092 And CGK760092B
  44. Weighty Double Decker: Thermaltake Dragon Orb 3
  45. Quiet Standard Fan: ThermoSonic V60-4210/Thermoengine
  46. The Eye-Catcher: Titan TTC-MT1AB
  47. Failure Sets Off Alarm: Titan TTC-D5 TB
  48. Standard Fare: TITAN TTC-D4 TB
  49. Valuable? Not Really: Tornado WIN-7528
  50. Loud But Powerful, Part I: TRIG T40-1-62538 And TRIG T40-3-62538
  51. TRIG T40-3-62538
  52. Loud But Powerful, Part II: TRIG T40-6-62538 And TRIG T40-7-62538
  53. TRIG T40-7-62538
  54. Plain But Effective: VANTEC FCE-6030D
  55. Bigger And Heavier: VANTEC FCE-62540D
  56. Copper Isn't Always Good: VANTEC CCK-6035D
  57. Quiet But Uncool: Verax P14
  58. Noisy Or Quiet: From 38 To 67 DB(A)
  59. Hot Or Cold: The Die Temperatures
  60. 55 Coolers At A Glance
  61. Conclusion
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