OCZ Technology Unveils the Gladiator and Gladiator Max CPU Coolers

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OCZ Technology Unveils the Gladiator and Gladiator Max CPU Coolers, Designed for the Latest High Performance Processors OCZ Gladiator Max
OCZ Technology Group today unveiled the OCZ Gladiator and Gladiator Max CPU Coolers. Designed to tame today's latest high performance processors, the OCZ Gladiator and Gladiator Max are equipped with distinctive stacked fin array, heat-pipe direct touch (HDT) design, and a large low-noise fan.
Ryan Edwards, Director of Product Management of the OCZ Technology Group had this to say about OCZ's new line of CPU Coolers:
The new Gladiator coolers take the HDT design from the popular Vendetta series to the next level, with the addition of the latest pillar design to transfer heat even more efficiently up and away from your processor, With the Gladiator series we are able to offer customers sophisticated coolers for the complete spectrum of applications ranging from mainstream gaming to enthusiast overclocking...
Both the Gladiator and Gladiator Max CPU Coolers utilise four copper heat-pipes to ensure efficient heat transfer away from the processor, and a 'folded fin' configuration to maximise cooling surface area but yet keeping the footprint reasonable. Furthermore, the OCZ Gladiator comes equipped with a 92mm fan, and the Gladiator Max a 120mm fan.
View the additional information on the OCZ Gladiator here, and the OCZ Gladiator Max here
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07-09-2008, 19:51:03

i think good ones, like above, should stay, they're a talking point, a part of the modern culture, but chavs with spray cans putting random crud on public walls, nah, that needs removing, or spraying over with summet good...

07-09-2008, 19:53:51

Haven`t seen a good piece done in the uk ever. Seen alot of mess, attempting to copy and screwing things up big time. Includes Bristol, London and the absolute mess u often seen in Cardiff.

If u want to see some real art, lookup a movie/doc called Stylewars/z made in the l8 80s I think, it should be utubeable. It contains most of the stylings that the Uk wannabes generally try to copy and seem to just end up bombing a wall-space.

Tagging can look good if it`s done uniquely and with style, not the scrawls u generally see over here.

Link Stylewars if u find it, havent seen it in decades.

08-09-2008, 06:02:11

Mr. Smith
I've been a fan of Banksy since uni really, so about 6 years. He had a big rat piece in Liverpool and that got me interested. Stencilrevolution.com also has some really cool stuff and one of my mates Jamie Cordwell is pretty known in stencil art - galleries not street - and his work fetches a pretty price!

Anyway, it's pretty obvious which is art and which is crap!

08-09-2008, 08:13:44

not really in to banksy, was in to graffiti years ago but lately all the tagging and cack graf has put me right off.

08-09-2008, 08:30:00

that mural is awesome! I love it! I love some good murals like that. I am not a fan of crap names.

I do like some good graffiti bombing also, where the train cart will be comepletly done up, or the bottom side of a bridge near where I live.

09-09-2008, 11:04:58


Part 1, I`m sure u can put 2 & 2 together.

Enjoy :)

09-09-2008, 12:44:02



Part 1, I`m sure u can put 2 & 2 together.

Enjoy :)

Watching it now :D let you know what i think :p

09-09-2008, 16:15:27

Sorry Rast, I got bored after 1.5mins and turned my attention to football :(

09-09-2008, 16:35:33

lool well i watched most of it about 1hr20mins worth and found something else although it was pretty good

Its called "Bomb It" made by the same directors but i say its just a more up to date one of the older one of course i prefer the newer version as it relates to my youth and my thoughts of Grafing anyways if you would like to watch its on you tube again in parts the first few parts are ok but it gets alot better as they go around the world.


09-09-2008, 19:43:04

there's some world famous -and rightly so- uk graff artists and some of there pieces are up there with the best. you just miss em if you ain't living it.

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