Reviews and Problems with Cooler Master Hyper N520
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28°C idle and 32°C under heavy stress. Simply Great!
Joseph Besecker, Amazon
29 August 2014
Summary: Simply a great cooler The temp readings I have for the CPU tends to stay around 28°C idle, and when I play Minecraft with over 120 mods with a server on the same system it gets no higher than 32°C. Best cooler I ever had.
Summary: PRICE I bought this cooler for $28.99 and as I'm writing this review, the price has gone up to 38.99. The prices on Amazon fluctuate all the time so you can always put it in your wish list and keep an eye on the price until it is at a level that your willing to pay for.
Summary: I replaced my stock intel fan with this one. It's quiet, someone compact (compared to some others out there) and keeps my cpu nice and cool. About the only CON I can think of, is that the instructions are kinda hard to sort through, but not to bad. I'd buy another one.
Summary: My second build and second Cooler Master cooler. The first build and cooler was with the Hyper 212 Evo. Great cooler. The 212 comes with only the one fan. I wanted to try the push/pull double fan set up for this build, enter the N520.
The Hyper N520 is very worthy of your consideration
4 February 2014
Summary: I've pretty much been stuck with stock cooling fans since I began building. 9 times out of 10, they go what they need to...but just barely. The stock fan that came with my AMD 8350 idled at around 40C, sometimes higher, and that's during the winter.
Summary: I first was afraid to purchase this, wasn't sure if it'll fit my LGA 1150 socket, but fortunately if fitted perfectly thanks to the Cooler Master universal mount, the cooling system works great, I guess I would have to say it has the perfect cooling system because one side sucks the air and the...