Reviews and Problems with Thermaltake SlimX3 CL-P0534
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John H., Amazon
13 December 2012
Summary: Used this cooler in a small, fan-less case, and have been quite impressed by the amount of heat dissapation and the lack of fan noise. Excellent choice for small, "crampt" cases and environments where noise, any noise, could be an issue.
Low profile, easy to install, fan is loud in full speed. Performance is almost the same as the stock Intel Cooler.
Wei-hsien Yeh, Amazon
11 November 2012
Summary: Got Lian Li PC-Q07 with i3 2125 and need a CPU Cooler that can reverse the fan because the case itself does not have any system fan other than the fans inside the PSU abd CPU Cooler. If the CPU fan is reverse and suck the heat toward the PSU fan, the PSU will be able to draw the heat out of the box. After considering the issues for price, performance, height of cooler, I bought a recondition X3 from Amazon Market. It came without the original box.
Summary: Great product. I needed an aftermarket slim CPU cooler for a case mod I was workin on. I like it a lot and the way you put it together means a very tight and snug fit. Everyone spazzes out you have to put a few little o-ring thingies on beforehand but if you use the same technique as you would ANY OTHER CPU COOLER ON THE MARKET! Then everything goes great. I Know this as I plugged it up and got everything perfect first try.
Summary: I've been using the Intel stock fan on a Core2Duo E6750 processor, and it was very loud when I was running high processor demand tasks and applications, such as Star Wars Battlefront 2. This fan is much quieter, so much quieter in fact, that the case fans are louder (which are not very loud), and I cannot hear this fan at all. I used to be able to tell if certain tasks were finished. With this fan, I cannot tell!
Summary: If you looking for a compact heat sink to pump the heat away from your 8,000 - 12,000 Lumen Led, look no further. This heat sink will do the job just fine. Make sure you use thermal epoxy though and heat sink compound.
Summary: This product runs very quietly and is easy to install provided you are comfortable with pulling your motherboard. Mine was a fresh build and was easily addressed before installation. Very happy with the way it looks and runs.
Summary: Heatsink fans... pretty basic, thermal paste, press down, lock in to MOBO, attach power. Right? Unless you're going high performance, water cooled, etc it's one of the easiest steps in an install. Not with this pain in the neck. There are (no joke) over 12 different components that have to be individually pre-installed on to the fan/heatsink BEFORE you can install it onto the CPU. And I'm talking little itty bitty plastic sleeves and (this is my favorite)...
Summary: I bought this fun for my home made NAS, because of case require low profile fan. This fan fits really wel. Quite and performant! NAS config: 1. 8GB USB flash - OS installed. 2. 2 x 2GB Dual Channel DDR3 Memory 3. 4 x 5K3000 Hitachi 2TB HDD 4. CPU: Intel Core i3 Processor i3-530 2.93GHz 4MB LGA1156 5. motherboard: Intel Media Series Mini-ITX Motherboard Supporting Intel Rapid Storage Technology (RAID) BOXDH57JG 6. Case: SERVER CHA CHENBRO ES34169-BK-120R.