Summary: This product does cycle a lot of air, thats no problem at all. One major draw back with this is that it shoots that air in a 360 motion. There is not air flow. In fact, it will conflict with your current air flow if its uni-directional.
Summary: First, it could be mounted one way as the power wires were too short. Second, when I finally got it mounted, the led worked but not the fan. I believe (not for a certainty) that the speed control is at fault.
Summary: Would have loved to use this product, I've always been a fan (no pun intended) of thermaltake products, but they really dropped the ball on this one.
Pros: Looks cool, runs fine.
Cons: Brackets were horribly designed. Besides the cheap plastic pins, it was impossible to get more than one side secured since the brackets apparently don't fit the socket they're meant for. Couldn't even get a diagonal fit on this heatsink. the standard heatsink that came with my i7 fit perfectly fi...
Summary: The whole reason to upgrade is the stock fan is not cutting it. One because the retention system sucks and two because it is a less efficient design. So why make a large effective cooler and mimic the poor retention design.
Summary: Please charge me 5-10 dollars more money and include the necessary hardware to fasten this to my system, something so big so poorly attached to motherboard is scary!
Pros: See cons
Cons: The whole reason to upgrade is the stock fan is not cutting it. One because the retention system sucks and two because it is a less efficient design. So why make a large effective cooler and mimic the poor retention design. On my AM2 chip this cooler moves freely when the clip is securely fastene...