Reviews and Problems with Cooler Master X6 (RR-X6NN-19PR-R1)
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2 May 2012
Conclusion: Now the fan noise on the X6 was very low, barely audible during idle state, and making a gentle purr when under load when the CPU was overclocked. Temperatures were exceptionally low under such a high overclock; of course, let’s not forget that Sandy Bridge also has some part to play in this with a rather cool architecture at 32nm. Still, the performance of the Cooler Master X6 is undeniable.
Excerpt: The X6 (Product No. RR-X6NN-19PR-R1) has been designed by Cooler Master to give computer enthusiasts, gamers and overclockers the edge when using their systems. Unlike traditional fans/heatsinks, the X6 ensures optimal air flow in order to disperse the heat from the CPU. This then allows users to overclock their CPU in order to increase their core speeds without it overheating or more importantly, dying.