Reviews and Problems with Cooler Master DI5-9HDSL-0L-GP
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Michael K., Newegg
5 June 2009
Summary: I use this HS/F in all of my standard PC builds at that moment. So far I have never had a single issue, every one works perfectly out of the box and they seem to run forever.
Pros: Easy installation, excellent quality, excellent cooling and reasonably quiet. Works with pretty much any Intel Core 2 Duo processor. Much better than Intel's OEM fan and heat sink. And most importantly, it attaches with SCREWS and not those cheap and flimsy clips.
Cons: I prefer a little Arctic Silver or something in a tube that I can apply versus the pre-installed "disc" of thermal grease.
Summary: 15 bucks is all it takes to keep your rig cooled.
Pros: I used to own a stock fan for my E5300, i noticed my processor temp dropped dramatically about 5C. Also at full loads the fan is still quiet enough for me to sleep.(Also temperature is below 55C EVEN OVERCLOCKED TO 3.5GHZ) The stock fan would make a loud humming noise that would keep me awake all...
Cons: It not great enough to make the world light on fire.
Summary: Would preform even better with artic silver, or ceramic'. This isn't for overclocking obviously but I to the e7400 to 3.2 ghz (from 2.8) without the temp going over idle of the stock cooler.
Pros: Okay this cheapy heat sink surprised the hell out of me! I first bought it because I thought anything would be better than the stock intel heatsink, but I was a little nervous about the small contact plate. Well this seamed to be a non-issue as it dropped the running temp a good 5-7 C from the st...
Cons: For the price I with I could give this 6 stars
Summary: If you like you computer to be a makeshift heater then this is not the heatsink/fan for you. But if your looking to lower cpu temps then this is the cheapest biggest bang for the buck.
Pros: When i installed this one from the stock intel one it drop 10 degrees C. After running for 24 hour time span it stay around 34-35 C. When before it was running well over 40 C. So for less then 20 bucks you cant beat this.
Summary: I hoped for better, even though this doesn't list the Pentium (or Quad core, fellahs!) as supported ... not CM's fault. I got it cheap at a local store so it's not a big deal, I'll keep it in for a bit the people using it are elderly and just want to check their email occasionally, it might do the...
Pros: Easy install, no pins, screws that don't bend/break your motherboard ... not too much force is necessary. Probably works ok with supported CPU.
Cons: I tried this with an unsupported Pentium 3.0 GHz I pulled from a Dell and tossed into an ECS cheapo board, temps idle near 40C and quickly approach 60C with anti virus scan, didn't try to go up to 100% usage. This is in a roomy, empty case with plenty of fans and airflow. The CPU appears larger t...
Pros: fairly ez installation once u admit the fact that u need to lift the MOBO up to install the bracket below, but this is how a "real" CPU fan and heatsink should be, as opposed to the "snatching" plastic stock fan, which lasted for less than 1 year, 2 of them failed on me before buying this one.
Cons: It makes my CPU temperature a few degrees hotter than stock, possible will be worse as Im comparing this a 1 year old stock's temperature so I believe this cheap toy generally makes C2D cpus 10 degrees celcius compared to stock fans(C2D)