Reviews and Problems with Arctic Cooling Alpine 11 GT
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11 November 2012
Conclusion: First impression is that it is well-built, compact, smaller that the stock cooler. It works great after installing it. The idle temperature is nearly 10 degrees lower than the stock cooler. Don’t expect to do any kind of intense overclocking with this cooler unless you live in the arctic or a freezer and work outside in -30 degree Celsius conditions. That being said, it performs much better than what you would expect a cheap cooler like this to actually do.
Summary: Guys it's a fan for a fiver.
Not a lot I can say on that front that's going to make you cream your pants.
Build quality is good and solid, if it had cost £10 I'd still be happy with it.
It's quieter than the stock Intel cooler and has reduced the temp on my sisters ancient Core 2 Duo (I know *shrug*) by 12 degrees.