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500 - 1600 RPM
8 - 30 dB
- 28 points
- 57 months ago
from completed build "Black Cherry" - 1st Build
Low profile cooler that once the stock fan is changed will give your CPU very good temperatures, add much needed open air space in smaller builds and sexyness to boot.
- 15 points
- 46 months ago
from completed build Xtremis Mk1
I like this look of this cpu cooler waaaayyyyy better than the hyper 212 evo. This cooler costs about the same as 212 evo but a major plus for me is that it doesn't take nowhere near the amount of space in my case that the hyper 212 does. Its a perfect fit with plenty of room to spare if your like myself and dont like really big cpu fan heatsinks.
- 14 points
- 60 months ago
from completed build Debian Media/File Server (updated 07-12-2016)
Cheap, silent, good temps. A good stock cooler replacement.
- 10 points
- 56 months ago
from completed build First MATX rig
Good low profile cooler, has no clearance with the case and provides plenty of cooling
- 10 points
- 36 months ago
from completed build Everyday Use 1.5
Nice looking and quiet, not the best out there but it does the job.
- 7 points
- 39 months ago
from completed build My First Custom PC - Espionage
This cooler is awesome!
Pro: super quiet, can't even hear it. low profile. Fit perfectly in my mini ITX case
Con: Some of the mounting stuff was unmarked The fan was loose when I got it, but it fits snugly when re-adjusted
- 6 points
- 33 months ago
from completed build Big Blue - My First Gaming PC
Pretty good for being an HTPC Cooler, able to keep my 100W CPU @ 77C on a 2 hour Prime 95 test.
- 5 points
- 38 months ago
from completed build My First Build
Hallelujah keeps my CPU cool and I think it's doing a great job so far. I don't know, is 50 degrees Celsius good? Cause it keeps my CPU around that temperature all the time! Only problem, this thing is huge! Bigger than I thought it'd be but I managed to get my ram sticks under this thing. Best to put ram in first then this thing though. I actually somehow forced my rams in though that's not recommended at all
Pro- huge and seems to have effective heat pipe design. Con- A bit too big and might interfere with ram and graphics card.
- 3 points
- 29 months ago
from completed build Christmas 2017 Intel 8th Gen HTPC Build for Mom and Dad
Fan mounting clips are a real pain for the Cooler Master GeminII M4 CPU Cooler, to the point I would recommend leaving the Fan on to avoid having to mess with them. I stripped the fan off first thing to make mounting it a slight bit easier, but wished I had fought the urge to do it in that manor. Cooler is LARGE, that is a 140mm Fan on there. On any Mini ITX Board you are limited to Low Profile Ram for sure. Stuff I used didn't even have heat spreaders and the sticks still barely fit. Board was an ASRock Z370 Mini ITX, and Ram was G.Skill Aegis. Corsair LPX will likely fit, but I have my doubts about anything else taller, especially in Mini ITX Form factor builds.
- 2 points
- 42 months ago
from completed build Mini-ITX work and light gaming PC
Bought for HK$239. A couple of broken fins on the edges, but no big deal. Great for stock clockers with not much space, kept an i5-6600 well under 70 degrees celcius while running Prime95 26.6 small FFTs. Sadly, in my build there is no way to take the CPU cooler off without removing the motherboard.