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300 - 1200 RPM
2.7 - 24.9 dB
Black / Silver
- 21 points
- 8 months ago
from completed build T-Sled MkII
The cooler, while not reviewed much, is actually pretty great at cooling and blends in perfectly with the B450 Tomahawk. As I wrote in the build description, my last build was run for 10 years. Now...I have many hobbies and I'd rather not spend time changing out or maintaining water cooling systems and then have potentially re-engineer a solution mid-life. With an air cooler, just simply use compressed air to clean. The case/cooler combo here does not interfere with anything...and I mean anything. You can still access: headers, NVME drive, RAM, etc.
Overall, I think this cooler is under-rated, but it may just need some time to come into it's own.
- 11 points
- 2 months ago
from completed build It's just a black box really.
I saw a few reviews and thought it was worth a shot. It is indeed worth it. And at $60 is a great deal! The fans run quiet and still produces a lot of cooling potential. It was easy to mount as well and the included screwdriver is quality. I admit i used some cryo paste i had left over from a previous PC so i dont know how the included thermal compound works. But again for the price, this big boy works!
- 10 points
- 7 months ago
from completed build High End Gaming/Streaming Air Cooled Beast
This thing is incredible, very silent and keeps my 3700x under 60degrees during having load. Highly recommend over the Noctua and Dark Rock alternatives since it is cheaper. The only problem is the installation is a pain, but so are all the big CPU Air Coolers install.
- 7 points
- 1 month ago
from completed build Back to Desktop
Cools great, looks great, easy to install, and quite affordable. may be a bit overkill for the Ryzen 5 3600, but it keeps it running on its boost with no problem, plus leaves a headroom for future upgrade.
- 7 points
- 5 days ago
from completed build Long March (i7-9700K, RTX 2070S)
The price of this cooler is unbeatable considering its performance, and the installation process is pretty painless. Doesn't block RAM or VRMs, nice and compact, and not terribly expensive. A solid choice, alongside other Scythe offerings like the Mugen 5 Rev. B.
- 6 points
- 5 months ago
from completed build firstbuild
great cooler under rated great price didn't block ram