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Cooler Master Hyper Z600 (RR-600-NNU1-GP)
5.5 out of 10

Cooler Master Hyper Z600 (RR-600-NNU1-GP)

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Simply Amazing

Stephen W., Newegg
25 August 2012
  • Summary: I can't speak enough positive things about this cooler. My only other thing i should mention is a concern with the design lies in the fins... they are VERY VERY VERY SHARP! I sliced my finger open as a result of their sharp design.
  • Pros: Where do I start? This thing has made the transfer between two different LGA 775 Processors (q6600 to a q9550) and over the last several years that I have owned this Cooler it continues to amaze! The twin mounting, push-pull, fan configuration is Amazing! though crude by modern CPU Coolers (EX: v...
  • Cons: The Cooler is Large, but it fit in both my mid cases just fine (first the CM 690, than the CM 690 II Advanced.)
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Overall 10
10

Great CPU Cooler

Andrew V., Newegg
26 June 2009
  • Pros: * Solid Construction, Doesn't move around * Fits perfectly onto the Antec P180 Mini * E8500 Idles at 37c with no fans so its dead silent
  • Cons: * Fins are sharp * Mobo has to be removed for installation * Very tight fit * Price
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It works

Justin O., Newegg
21 June 2009
  • Summary: I would consider this to anyone. And it adds a nice touch to your computer when viewing inside.
  • Pros: It works perfect compared to the stock cooler i had. I have a not so good e4500 cpu but I overclocked it from 2.2 to 3.3 and it idles 34 and loads in the 40s never higher.
  • Cons: Not so much a con but its a bigg cooler, consider the size before buying. I got lucky, it barely fits next to my northbridge heatsink and my psu. And the fan sits right above my ram sticks.
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10

User Review

Masahide S., Newegg
18 June 2009
  • Summary: 955 OCed to 3.7 @ 1.38v. Idles @ 38c Loads (while stress test) @ 55c
  • Pros: Very nice cooler. Especially if you put on two fans. I used this for 940 and 955 and I like that the mounting is by screw which gives tight fit on the cpu. I also like its size and design. Gives some style inside the case.
  • Cons: I do not like the design of the backplate for mounting am2,am3 cpu. It has this fins on four side and each of them get in the way of the screws and the socket while tightening. Somewhat annoying. Does not come with two fans.
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Overall 10
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Amazing Cooler

Kim I., Newegg
2 June 2009
  • Summary: Get it NOW
  • Pros: Runs E7200 @ stock 24/7 with no complaints and no fans. Can OC with it passive as well, however my chip stinks so it was not very stable (was not a temperature problem). Idles 36 loads about 40
  • Cons: No i7 mount?
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User Review

wayne w., Newegg
26 May 2009
  • Summary: when i build another this is the one i'll use.
  • Pros: works well. large and fits in.cools well
  • Cons: none. very cool is what u need for quards.
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Overall 10
10

Huge, but that's what I wanted

Matthew Z., Newegg
16 May 2009
  • Summary: The cooling ability of any system is as simple as the heat exchange area of the cooler. Water cooling gets better temps only if your radiator has more area than the alternative. But this sucker has more heat exchanging surface area than most WC systems, so there's no need for water if you use this...
  • Pros: The most cooling area of any CPU Sink I could find. If you have a single or dual-core, you could probably get away without mounting the fan if your case gives good enough air flow. This is cooling my Opteron 170 (ancient tech nowadays) with an 800 rpm fan, and temps never hit 45C.
  • Cons: Wasn't happy with the noise from the fan it came with, so attached an 800 RPM scythe to it instead, and now it's truly dead quiet. But I specifically built my Computer to be a dead quiet PC, so I'm overly picky.
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Excellent

Anonymous, Newegg
14 April 2009
  • Summary: Wonderful product, i'm always happy with Cooler Master. Buy this cooler!
  • Pros: Excellent cpu cooling system with and without the fan included in this kit. Running a q9400 oc'd to 3.0ghz in a HAF 932 case idle temps are 26-30c, load 30-36c (Crysis Warhead max settings). Those temps are excellent. I'm very pleased with its build quality, high end. Excellent, excellent, just w...
  • Cons: Size - not really a con so much as a, "doh! didn't think i'd need a memory cooler, ...guess i have to put the fan somewhere else." Just be mindful of the size and future upgrades, thats all.
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User Review

charles d., Newegg
12 April 2009
  • Pros: this thing works great keeps my Q6700 at 28 c at idle and 42 c after runing grid for 4 hours straight couldnt ask for any better
  • Cons: the size is huge
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awesome!

Anonymous, Newegg
12 April 2009
  • Summary: Get this beaut, you won't be sorry.
  • Pros: Awesome idle temps on my 3.9 ghz oc'ed q9550. Core 1 idles at 44c while the rest only idle at 33c. Doesn't move around after it has been seated unlike its competitors... I was going to lap it but it was already flat! First HSF I have never had to lap to get outstanding temps! Great job coolermast...
  • Cons: Big. I couldnt get the push pull I wanted with 2 fans in a A**** 1200 as it would ram into the 2 back fans on the 1200.
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