600 - 2000 RPM
- 10 points
- 47 months ago
from completed build Got my car stolen and he took my laptop!....
I trade it for sommes CS:GO Keys xD
I didn't want to spend to much money on a CPU cooler because im not gonna Overclock because i can't :/ and the diference between stock cooler and low price CPU Cooler is not that much. But thanks to my friend i got a nice CPU Cooler that gets the job done, and since i don't have side window case i don't care if it looks good or not.
- 4 points
- 1 month ago
from completed build Midlife Crisis Gaming+ Build
Big but fits RAM. Easy to install, but large to manage, so suggest installing after securing mobo if build space is conducive to that. I've coupled the fan with the bottom intake fan as well, as mine points a weird direction from having a flipped motherboard in the case, but it probably wouldn't matter much. It's never hit 70 on my 3600 so far.
- 1 point
- 41 months ago
from completed build BlackOut Xmas Build 2016
Stock fan on the fx-6300 was way too noisy and we wanted something quiet and that would cool it down enough for a light over clock. After finding out the Evo 212 was the most popular but that it wouldn't fit in our case, I discovered the Artic and LOVE it! It super quiet, can't even hear it, and I was able to overclock the 6300 to 4.4Ghz, rock stable with an idle of 25C and max under load of 55C. Fantatsic cooler!