Reviews and Problems with Cooler Master Eclipse (RR-CCB-WLU1-GP)
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7 March 2007
Conclusion: The Eclipse certainly offers excellent performance for anyone looking at replacing the stock cooler and doesn’t mind removing their motherboard if they have an Intel setup. It effortlessly cools the latest dual core processors, and performs well enough to cool during extensive overclocking, which certainly makes the Eclipse an excellent deal for the majority of customers.
Pros: Decent performance and build quality. , Unique design, cools surrounding components. , Adjustable fan speed. , Is compatible with most popular sockets.
Cons: Decent performance and build quality. , Unique design, cools surrounding components. , Adjustable fan speed. , Is compatible with most popular sockets., Intel motherboards must be removed for installation. , Very tall, may cause some compatibility issues with side panel fans. , I find the fan duct annoying and removed it for my installation. , Expensive; costs around $55 at time of review.