Pros: This Heatsink Does it Job 100% it kepps my Cup at 30c I love it .
Cons: Ok first its really big I would'nt buy this heatsink unlesss you had a full tower case. Next thing you can only fit regular ram sticks in there you really do not have much room at because of that I can only use 2 of my 4 slots :( I can deal with 8gb
Pros: I have had this cooler for a few months now. I would first like to say that it does what it is suppose to do. I am running an i72600K OC @ 4.2Ghz, with a 32 temperature.
Cons: HOWEVER......unless you have a MB to support how wide it sits OR have RAM that has no heat sinks it rests over RAM slot one. I am unable to use the 4 slots for RAM with heat sinks. Hence the 2 eggs.
Summary: The instructions included were insufficient to someone who hasn't replaced a back plate before (which I hadn't) All my previous coolers used the pre existing bracket. I had to look up installation instructions online. Instead of this consider buying a Cooler Master of any kind really.
Pros: -Moves a lot of air (push-pull) -Dual fans (push-pull) *read cons*
Cons: Most RAM is actually too tall for this. It will either shove really hard into your ram (without spreaders) or it just wont fit. You can only install it North-South most of the time (depending on board) and it intakes the air from the bottom of your case. In my situation it came from the videocard...