IntroductionOverclocking, a procedure, which started out with the introduction of the Celeron 300A processors, has come a long way today. Extreme overclocking projects fail mainly due to poor cooling. AMD processors can be regarded as the forerunner in the overclocking arena today. However the only drawback of these CPU's is the extreme heat they produce. If you take two similar speed CPU's from Intel and AMD, the AMD ones produce a significant amount of more heat than the latter. The only solution to this is installing a powerful cooler+fan combo, which will keep the die-temperature at low levels.When you venture into the Socket A market today, the choices are simply limitless. New radically improved versions of heatsinks keep popping up in the market almost every fortnight. The only problem this limitless options bring is confusion when you really decide to go out and buy one. There are so many out there and deciding on the best option is simply close to impossible if you try to do it on your own. Fact is competition is so intense among heat sink manufactures, any cooler they put out has to be able to compete with its fellow competitors if it's to receive any recognition at all.Well fear not folks :), we have got some of the most sort after coolers here at Technoyard, sent to us courtesy of CoolerGuys, Powercooler, and ThermalTake. We have put these coolers on a head to head battle with each other to see which ones stand out of the crowed. It's going to be hard to choose a winner as most of these coolers seem to perform so well. 1. GlobalWin CAK38 2. Thermaltake Mini Copper Orb 3. Swiftech MC370-OA 4. ThermoEngine "Super-Charged" 5. PCH 075 by Powercooler.comAlright folks, time to check out the coolers. But before that a short note on Thermal Paste. Enjoy!