800 - 2800 RPM
17 - 35 dB
- 24 points
- 47 months ago
from completed build First Time Family Dragon
The main advantage I see to this cooler (besides the fact it works just as well as any cooler in its price range) Is that is had a different shape and fan orientation then most coolers this sizes. This way a key factor for me and the reason I used this in the end. Most other coolers this sizes with a good size fan and heat pipe and a much bigger footprint over your cup. In my case almost all standard sizes coolers would hover over 2 of my ram slots, thus making it impossible to use all 4 slots.
This cooler is narrow at the base and doesn't get wide till a higher point, further from your Mobo. So 5 points for unique shape and knitchy applications. I'd recommend this for hot, small, cramped builds. Also ya cant argue with the price.
- 18 points
- 51 months ago
from completed build Renae's Rose
Works, easy install, not too big and didn't block my ram.
- 6 points
- 27 months ago
from completed build Yorkfield Rebuilt
Picked this cooler up in 2014 for my Haswell build. I liked it because it had a front facing fan, a low profile without covering ram slots, and didn't stick out in the case like the 212. It's a great fit for small form cases, and it's fairly inexpensive.
- 4 points
- 20 months ago
from completed build E CORP eLite
Good cooler. It has 4 direct contact heat pipes, which means you need more thermal paste when applying. Also, it has enough clearance for memory slots.