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Rosewill RCX-Z775-EX
5.3 out of 10

Rosewill RCX-Z775-EX

92mm two ball bearing long life fan for over 80000 hours * Read more

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Overall 10
10

Great cooler

Brandon M., Newegg
11 June 2012
  • Pros: Great design, looked great in my case the the best part kept my Core 2 duo nice and cool.
  • Cons: None
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Overall 8
8.0

OK, Product

Billy X., Newegg
25 March 2012
  • Summary: it looks nice, but performs average...
  • Pros: Great Product, ran a little hotter than my artic 7...
  • Cons: Fan took a dip on me 5 months later.. had to replace with a different fan.. There are better cpu coolers out there...
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Overall 10
10

OK

Loudwin V., Newegg
11 November 2010
  • Summary: 1st cooler I buy.
  • Pros: Knocked off 10-15 degrees Celsius.
  • Cons: I don't see any.
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Overall 10
10

Great cooler

Steve C., Newegg
25 September 2010
  • Summary: I've used a few coolers on this processor (even stock). This is by far the best one I've used. The stock would idle at 120, and get to full load at 150-160F (without OC'ing). This cooler is fairly large, however. But it without a doubt gets the job done like a pro.
  • Pros: Runs my OC'd E8400 (dual core Intel 3.0 to 3.5) 100F at idle, and never peaks over 130F on full load. I keep my room pretty warm, as well, so it does a fantastic job.
  • Cons: none, had it for over 5 months.
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Overall 10
10

No complaints at all

Blake K., Newegg
9 September 2010
  • Summary: CPUID Hardware Monitor reports my system temperature running around 78F at idle, and a max of 110F while gaming. I also have 5 case fans in my rig to extract the heat.
  • Pros: This unit is made from high quality metal. They include thermal paste so don't bother buying extra. Instructions and installation couldn't be easier.
  • Cons: Just be aware that this is a large cooler. So you should measure the distance from your CPU to the other side of case to make sure it will fit.
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Overall 10
10

very happy with the cooler

Radu D., Newegg
2 September 2010
  • Pros: Efficient and silent. I replaced a damaged stock cooler on a Q6600; that cooler had plastic supports which damaged very easily and lost tight contact with the CPU; the Rosewill's contact is very firm and the temperature on the CPU is around 30 deg C (casual use, no O.C.) @1400 RPM, no noise (and ...
  • Cons: None, if you can live with having to unmount the MB to install the cooler (5-10 minutes).
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Overall 10
10

Very nice

Benjamin L., Newegg
25 August 2010
  • Summary: Have a wide case! Take measurements before you buy.
  • Pros: Keeps my CPU in the blue on speedfan. Very efficient.
  • Cons: None
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Overall 8
8.0

Nice, but...

John B., Newegg
22 August 2010
  • Summary: I paid $39 for the MassCool when it first hit the streets, and I thought that was a good price. $29 for this one, even with the fan installation quirk is a good price for a cooler that can keep my overclocked CPU this cool. I would recommend this, just be aware of the fan mounting issue.
  • Pros: My machine shut down twice in the past 24 hours using what I thought was a good MassCool product. I do digital and film to digital photography and start with large images. I batch them from TIFFs to JPEGs using a batch converter, and it really puts a strain on the CPU. Changing from the MassCool ...
  • Cons: INSTALLATION!!!!!!!!!! Jeeze! You can't install the fan and then install the whole assembly. The fan is not easily attached to the heat sink, and I wound up breaking one of the 'ears' that hold the fan in place. It still snapped in place well and is held in firmly in place, and seems to be doing ...
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Overall 10
10

Great Upgrade

Anonymous, Newegg
10 August 2010
  • Summary: Super shiny metal makes it look good in any case with a side window. Do yourself a favor, do not buy an cpu fan with plastic push-tabs instead of screws and a backplate. They are garbage compared to this beauty.
  • Pros: Easy Installation. Actual Screws + Backplate make it a breeze to install, even if the backplate is plastic. The backplate comes complete with a little sticker tab, which adheres it to the motherboard while you screw down the unit itself, making it even easier to install. As always, never work on ...
  • Cons: None as of yet. Idle temps are at 32c while temps after 2 hours of L4D2 only spiked it to 55c. Very very pleased.
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Overall 2
2.0

i question the specifications

keenan B., Newegg
6 August 2010
  • Summary: i already have one of rosewill's cases great case. but sorry rosewill...this is a junk processor. if i could get that question answered that would be terriffic. im sure others here would like to know.
  • Pros: nice box. heatsink is installed in a matter of seconds.
  • Cons: ok...this heat sink under specifications from newgg. says it will work with any intel core 2 extreme/quad/duo... ya da ya da. i bought this, installed it, and it makes my cpu while IDLE. run on average 55C...uhh no, i dont think. while playing a game? i get 75C...i dont think so. something is rea...
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