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Thermalright HR-02
7.8 out of 10

Thermalright HR-02

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Expert Review

play3r.net
20 October 2014
  • Conclusion: Thermal performance is judged on four factors overall; the idle temperature at stock and overclocked speeds as well as the loaded temperatures at stock and loaded speeds. During the testing, whether that be the idle or loaded testing, the system is either in idle or full load for a duration of five...
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Overall 7
7.3

Thermalright Macho Rev.A review

bit-tech.net
16 November 2012
  • Conclusion: In many regards, the Macho Rev. A is similar to the CNPS14X. Noise levels with both are pleasingly quiet, and the delta T results achieved by both were only 1°C apart in both Intel tests (once again the Macho Rev. A could not be mounted to our AMD system).
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Expert Review

Silent PC
16 July 2012
  • Summary: The Thermalright HR-02 Macho was able to passively cool our mildly overclocked Sandy Bridge quad core processor with very little case airflow, though the temperatures were rather high as one would expect; we wouldn't attempt it with anything more demanding like a Bulldozer , Nehalem or Sandy Bridge...
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Thermalright HR-02 Macho Review

overclockers.com
19 October 2011
  • Summary: Today, I will be taking a look at a offering: the HR-02 Macho heatsink. This is a revamped version of a heatsink introduced last year which now comes to us at a different price point.
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Thermalright HR-02 Macho Super-Cooler Review

X-bit labs
5 October 2011
  • Summary: It looks like Thermalright decided to leave all of their competitors without any revenues, because their new HR-02 Macho cooler offers unprecedented combination of cooling efficiency and price, which is unreachable for all other manufacturers of processor coolers.
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Thermalright HR-02 Macho CPU Air Cooler Review

HardOCP
26 July 2011
  • Summary: Thermalright is a long time tried and true brand here at [H]. Very rarely have we seen a product from Thermalright that did not deliver a solid product to enthusiasts in one way or another. The new Macho aims to hit the value, quality, and performance segments...all at the same time.
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Overall 9
9.1
Value for money 10
9.8
Performance 9
9.2
Construction 9
9.0
Functionality 9
9.0
Appearance 9
8.5

Thermalright Macho HR-02 CPU Cooler

Benchmark Reviews
9 July 2011
  • Conclusion: Please remember that these test results reflect our experience with each cooler on a specific motherboard, with a specific processor, BIOS revision, BCLK and voltage settings, and test programs. The results of this test cannot be directly compared to other tests since many factors will have changed.
  • Pros: Excellent performance for the price, Offset design clears memory sockets, Quiet, PWM-controlled fan
  • Cons: Requires special screwdriver to easily mount on a motherboard inside a case, No way to easily store unused mounting bits, Dramatic performance difference depending on orientation, but no recommended orientation in docs, Only one set of fan clips included
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Expert Review

Techware Labs
25 January 2011
  • Summary: The thermal performance of this cooler speaks for itself; even with sub-optimal alignment, it produced very good temperatures for such a power-hungry CPU. The quality of the included accessories is for the most part quite good, but the lack of included mounting kit for AMD boards is disappointing.
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Overall 10
10

Thermalright HR-02 CPU cooler review

The Guru of 3D
7 September 2010
  • Summary: It's hard to be disappointed with Thermalright products and well, you surely will not be disappointed by the HR-02. Throughout the installation we already had that weird 6th sense that we had something distinctive in our hands, and it is exactly that, the HR-02 is distinctive.
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Thermalright HR-02 Passive Processor Heatsink Review

HardOCP
26 August 2010
  • Summary: Looking to cool a 130 watt processor with a passive heatsink? I am not sure many of us are, but if you are looking to silence a powerhouse enthusiast system, passive cooling is now a way you can go. We have a look at Thermalright's passive HR-02.
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