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Cooler Master X Dream 4 (RR-LEE-L911-GP)
4.8 out of 10

Cooler Master X Dream 4 (RR-LEE-L911-GP)

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Reviews and Problems with Cooler Master X Dream 4 (RR-LEE-L911-GP)

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Overall 8
8.0

Good heat dispersion, flimsy quality

Douglas H., Newegg
12 October 2015
  • Summary: I am giving this CPU cooler a 4/5 because it had a very good life and did an excellent job of keeping my CPU cool as I never had any problems however it lost an egg due to the push-pins.
  • Pros: -Good heat dispersion -Relatively quiet -Quick install
  • Cons: -Flimsy design due to the quick install, it features push pins for the installation and not screws that screw into a back plate which when installing feels like you are going to snap your Motherboard because of the amount of pressure needed to install, thankfully I didn't. However due to this con...
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Overall 2
2.0

Intel stock is better

Stacy G., Newegg
21 March 2013
  • Summary: i used for 3 days, trying to keep it secure, and cool. gave up and purchased a Xigma heat pipe. which now cools the same Q6600 running at 3ghz 35c idle - 58c full load. 16.99 + shipping for this paper weight or 22.95 for the Xigma? hmmm..
  • Pros: its a fan, it moves air, and will keep a stock CPU from throttling.
  • Cons: the retention method for the Intel 775 etc was a bad idea (Intel's goof...err i mean errata). if you have a back plate/thru the board fastening system, ok, but this insert, push and twist /cross your fingers it stays. I have not had this issue with stock/retail Intel coolers, but this one was a n...
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Overall 4
4.0

Decent fan/sink, pain to install

Andy S., Newegg
29 January 2013
  • Summary: All in all, I'm glad I only bought 10 of these and only have 6 more to install. Next time I need sink/fans, I'll look for another option.
  • Pros: It's a standard heat sink and fan, it works, cools, is quiet, etc.
  • Cons: It is a total pain in the neck to install. It's the standard push-post install, however: - The white plastic on the ends of the posts is very flimsy and easily bends. - The posts do not remain in place while lining up the posts with the motherboard holes. The tend to flop around making it difficu...
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Overall 4
4.0

Several Problems

Chris N., Newegg
26 December 2012
  • Pros: Quieter than my stock fan, inexpensive
  • Cons: Poor connection to my processor caused it to thermal shutdown. While the fan spinning by itself is quiet, it causes the fan case to vibrate against the heatsink, creating a buzzing noise. I want to return it.
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Overall 2
2.0

Buyer beware

Jerry B., Newegg
13 May 2012
  • Pros: Compact, quiet
  • Cons: The Push pin attachment to motherboard did not enable close contact to my processor. I have and older model EVGA 650i-SLI motherboard, and was replacing my Zalman cooler that I thought had burned out a bearing. Fortunately, it was my power supply and not this cooler, but if my board had not shut ...
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Overall 10
10

COOLER MASTER RR-LEE-L911-GP 92mm Sleeve X Dream 4 CPU Cooler

Anthony R., Newegg
30 April 2012
Overall 10
10

Cooler Master X Dream 4 CPU Cooler

MikeV, Mwave.com
25 October 2011
  • Summary: The E4600 processor is not indicated on the package, but it works fine. Temps are running between 35-37 degrees C. Works just as good as the stock Intel cooler. At $x.xx, cant go wrong IMO.
  • Pros: Pretty Quiet. Works fine with Intel Core 2 Duo E4600 Processor. Comes with thermal grease already applied to heat sink.
  • Cons: Push pins are a bit flimsy, but still mounted fine.
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Overall 6
6.0

Good for Low-end CPUs

Ryan D., Newegg
14 August 2011
  • Summary: Upgraded to a q6700, overclocked it to 3GHz. Under full load my CPU reaches 85 max. Upgraded to the Hyper 212+ and temps dropped dramatically to 65. $16 more and a huge improvement. Heat down means performance up!
  • Pros: Small, cheap, quiet, and efficient for low clock single/dual cores.
  • Cons: Cannot efficiently handle quads+.
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Overall 8
8.0

Cheap, works

Paul M., Newegg
10 August 2011
  • Summary: I got this at a local retailer for just over 10 bucks on a whim. I'd been tired of listening to the loud original equipment fan that had come with my p4 years ago, and thought, what the heck - for ten bucks I can afford to risk it.
  • Pros: cheap quieter than the original fan
  • Cons: none seen yet
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Overall 2
2.0

Didn't fit my LGA775 P4 630 as it said it would

Ted H., Newegg
3 June 2011
  • Summary: I just need a replacement cooler for an older PC. Didn't want to spend a ton on a high quality unit but I guess it's worth spending the money.
  • Pros: Was fairly quiet for the minute I had it on.
  • Cons: NewEgg and Mfg website states it will work with a LGA775 Pentium 4 630 but it didn't work with mine. Temp rose to 200 degrees F before I realized it wasn't making contact with the chip and shut it down. Next time I'll call to be sure the part is correct. RMA not worth the hassle for a $12 cooler....
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