Conclusion: Ultimately the Hyper 101 does what its supposed to, just about. It doesn’t really handle 100% synthetic load very well, but its unlikely to encounter this in the real world. As for overclocking, I’d definately steer clear with this one, but for £13 you can’t really go wrong. So if you want a reasonably quiet aftermarket solution then the Hyper 101 from Coolermaster isn’t a bad choice, but it won’t blow you away either.
Pros: Small and compact, Easy to install, Affordable