Excerpt: Uncomplicated Install.Keeps Temps Low.Low-cost.Looks cool. I can hear it... but it's white noise in the background. Why would you invest โ+ on a cpu cooler when this is out there? Set up was a breeze, the thing appears nice in my machine (blue LED's to contrast the fan). And I've never ever EVER appear my temps go above 34C-- even under the highest load that i can throw at it.Create:Rosewill TU-155 CaseAMD 64 X2 two.6GHz dual core (oc'd to three.2GHz)BIOSTAR TForce...
Excerpt: The HSF was reasonably affordable, low profile There is a higher-pitched wining noise coming from the cpu fan! its shrill. The base looks as if it took all the fins, compresses them, and employed a bench grinder to smooth the surface.as for the cooling capability, it's obtaining a difficult time keeping a c2d e6300 beneath 70 degrees when overcloked to two.four GHz, with only a voltage of 1.25V! Not that impressive Maybe (?
Excerpt: Surprisingly QuietAttractive Design (IMO)Good HTPC Type FactorLow Expensefour pin Challenging Mounting This fan is a excellent replacement for a stock cooler but is not intended for overclocking. In my loved ones Pc it Keeps a AMD 5400+ pretty cool with moderate overclocked speeds and Plenty of ventilation. This fan requirements space to breathe and demands a supporting cast (good airflow, case fans).
Excerpt: This cooler is fairly properly-designed and pushes a decent amount of air, all when becoming somewhat quiet and low-cost. I state "niche" in my title mainly because this cooler appears to be one you would get for certain circumstances, such as if you had the requirement for a shorter CPU cooler to match a certain case. It's also inexpensive for its style style and is thus great for an option resolution to a lot more classic coolers.
Excerpt: Keeps my processor quite cool. It was fairly tough to set up, I believed I was going to break my motherboard. Phew! i guess more stress the much more heat transfer but this truly has me flustered.
Excerpt: fits snugly, but fits on my mATX board just fine. idle temps greater than expected, about 39 degrees C. doesn't appear any much more productive than a stock cooler. I require to do additional tests, but i wasn't too impressed with the idle temps. checked in bios.
Excerpt: Low-cost Fins effortlessly bent, small CPU surface region, inadequate fan Fairly much what other folks have pointed out concerning low fan output, effortlessly bent fins, and smaller CPU get in touch with location. I'll put this on a single core processor, I certainly would not trust it on my 103W AMD Opteron. Almost certainly fine for single cores and low power dual cores.
Excerpt: Does its jobGood seeking, not an eye soar.Much better than my stock heatsink, where I would idle about 25-28ºC beneath load would go a tiny over 40ºC(I like cooling!!) Fan died about three weeks of really moderate use. It is in my gaming rig, but operate has taken most of my time, so I haven't exactly put it beneath any stress. Luckily I still had the 92mm fan from my old XIGMATEK HDT Heatsink.