|Fan Type||CPU Cooler|
|Heatsink Material||Aluminum Fins|
|Maximum Processors Supported||Intel Core i7|
|Intel Core i5|
|Intel Core i3|
|Heatsink Dimensions||95mm x 95mm x 130mm|
|Life Hours||57,000 hours|
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Great Value, Superior Performance
I've used several of these coolers on client machines and they seem to be bullet-proof. The cooler is quite large, but mounts securely once you figure-out the techo-gibberish that the instructions are written-in. In fact, it may be easier to translate Egyptian Hieroglyphics than the useless pictographs supplied with the fan. Other than that, the cooler works and works well.
Great CPU cooler
Works and looks great! Unit is bigger than any other I have used in the past, but I guess thats what it takes to cool the new I series processors........Overclocking is not a problem either!
Easy to install. Have it on an i5 750 oc'd to 3.471 and all my temps stay below 40c.
I'm running a core I7 8700 at 2.9ghz. with the stock cooler my cpu temps were hovering around 80c so no chance to over clock. I purchased this cooler and installed. Then over clocked to 3.89ghz and am now running at 54c. HUGE Benifit to cost ratio. I Highly recommend this cooler.
Heavy Duty CPU Cooler
Good unit overall, only problem was never installed one of these before, so relied on the instructions, which are pictures only. A quick call to this company and they set me straight, as the base of it is mounted below the motherboard.
First time to use a cooler like this. I have my processor over clocked so it seems to be staying cool.
easy to install. works great. using it on a core i7-875k.
It works ok for my 875K, but when overclocking? Up to 3.6 and things get over 85 degrees at full load.
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