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be quiet! Dark Rock Pro 3 67.8 CFM Fluid Dynamic Bearing CPU Cooler

( 4.8 Average / 20 Ratings )



be quiet!


Dark Rock Pro 3

Part #


Supported Sockets

AM2, AM2+, AM3, AM3+, FM1, FM2, FM2+, LGA1150, LGA1151, LGA1155, LGA1156, LGA1366, LGA2011, LGA2011-3, LGA775

Liquid Cooled


Bearing Type

Fluid Dynamic

Noise Level

13.2 - 26.1 dbA


1400 - 1700 RPM

Completed Builds Using This Part

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Price History (Excluding Tax & Combo Deals) History:


from completed build Beast

I love this CPU fan!!! Very quiet and sexy, but the installation was a nightmare!!! Took me 2 hours, 2 people and building some ungodly contraptions to get it on there, as the case I was using was quite big and I'm a small person. Once it was on there it was on there though and it works as i expected it would!!!

from completed build Quiet SLI Gaming

Got this for $75 on NewEgg and it awesome. Yes, it is gigantic and needed to be carefully installed, but it is dead quiet, with killer low temps and looks better than any other cooler out there.

from completed build Harumi

This thing is huge! But if you can fit it in your case and your motherboard happens to go to the gym (most good ones do, believe me), it'll hold this thing up like the beast it is.

Cooling is awesome on this thing -- and it's comparatively quiet to liquid cooling IMO. It's a little difficult to mount, especially if you're doing it yourself. I would definitely recommend you have a friend or family member hold it from the top and screwing it in from the back of the mobo instead of using that itty bitty wrench to twist them in place.

Oh yeah, and sideways logo. Siiiiiigh. Makes you think "Maybe I should've gotten one of those vertically mounting motherboards like the Silverstone FT-02" or something.

Bought it from Newegg on sale for $74.90 + tax. Totally worth it.

from completed build Orange is the New Black build

I didnt realize how big this was going to be, and when i opened er up, i was pretty intimidated by it's size.

It was a LOT easier to get in than people said, an fits real snug. Quiet as all **** and keeps er cool

from completed build Gaming PC Project 2015

I've never bought anything like this cooler. It's HUGE and very quiet (as the brand name says) even in full load. It is a bit tough to install though.

This cooler is a beast and is very quiet, and it has a pretty good price when it's at $60 (not when I bought it...). However, I did dock a star because the mounting system is hell. It took me 3 tries and around an hour to mount it with only 3 nuts (as detailed in the build description).

Pros: Sleek black & very quiet. Effectively cools my OC'd 4930K. Cons: So large, that it touches my mosfet heatsinks, RAM heatsinks, and GPU in pcie slot 1. If it were just a few millimeters smaller all around, it would be the perfect size.

from completed build Semi-Compact

Outstanding performance that can keep an OC'd Skylake proc nice and cool, with great aesthetics and almost no noise to speak of. Downsides are the cooler's size (seriously, this thing is enormous and weighs about a kilo) and installation system - you don't so much mount the cooler to your motherboard as the other way around. Large motherboard heatsinks around the CPU socket will make it even more challenging, since you need to thread small nuts from above the board while screwing them in from the bottom of the mobo to lock it down.

from completed build Deimos

The cooler is essentially silent. My ceiling fan produces more noise. The CFM is actually higher than the case fans, while maintaining less noise. It is, however, incredibly bulky, and took some maneuvering to get it in the case.