Summary: This thing is fricken enormous. I cut the absolute s*** out of my hand while trying to get the plastic (blue/black) plastic cover back over the heat sink after screwing it into my motherboard. After an hour of blood, sweat, and tears shed on my motherboard, my pc was built. I'm not joking, i literally bled and sweat all over my motherboard. It's a way I can remember that these parts didn't cooperate well with me. BUT, after everything got installed and plugged in...
Summary: Really I thought for the price it would be much better than it is. Very noisy when you turn it up pass half way. Also over hangs my ram so close that if I need to replace my ram will be a problem
Summary: This beast keeps my cpu cool while overclocking. The only draw back I have is that it is so large I had to take the fan I bought for the side of the case off because the unit almost touches the case.
Summary: It's huge. But if you got a full tower Then it Shouldn't be a problem for you. The 6 pipes on each side really keep it running nice and smooth. Overall it's probably the best one you'll find with a good price.
Summary: Finished installing this a little while ago, and feel compelled to share. This fan is NOT for newbies! If you have not built a machine before, you might end up asking for help. My biggest gripe is, because of the placement of the CPU fan plug on my machine, I was not able to have this unit push air out the top of the case.
Summary: Well I bought this because it was so powerful and would keep my cpu cool. It doesn't and I should have brought a cheaper more effective cpu. What a waste of money. Now if I want to send it back i can enjoy weeks without a pc as you need cpu cooler to run pc. Awesome. I love Capitalism.