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7.5 out of 10

Noctua NH-C12P SE14

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Jay E., Newegg
24 May 2010
  • Summary: This is a follow-up to "You can do WAY better for the money..." I've got this thing boxed up and ready for return and the stock AMD fan humming away on my Phenom II 965 BE. I've got everything set to stock, just as with the NH-C12P SE14, running 4 threads of Prime95. Load temp is steady at 56.5*C / 133.7*F. Idle is at 26*C / 78.8*F. Yes, that's with the fan preparing for takeoff at 5400rpm, but as alluded to in my initial review, for $72, I expect more than a quiet fan.
  • Pros: Simple mounting solution for AM3, huge fan that's silent as a ninja...
  • Cons: Actually manages to perform worse than the stock cooler. After allowing a few days and numerous thermal cycles for the Arctic Silver to cure, the temps still have not changed: Idle: 30*C / 86*F Load: 60*C / 140*F This is in a room with an ambient temperature of 75*F.
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User Review

17 June 2013
  • Excerpt: Cooler Master всего 4 медные трубки и они на прямую касаются процессор
  • Pros: красивая сборка
  • Cons: не такой он эффективный если сравнивать с Cooler Master Hyper 212 Plus Noctua обороты вентилятора 1000 об прогрел процессор да 46 гр при кодирование Cooler Master + Thermalright TY-140 при оборотах 1000 об прогрел процессор до 41 гр и моментальное остывание Хочу еще добавить у Noctua тепловые трубки ставил в низ если ставить в сторону прибавляйте 5-8 гр. При 100% нагрузки процессора Noctua вентилятор 1000 об тепловые трубки вниз 50-53 гр если трубки в сторону за 60гр ...
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