600 - 1600 RPM
13.8 - 30.2 dB
- 17 points
- 37 months ago
from completed build The Turk
Awesome cooler, and one of the few that will allow a 25mm-wide fan inside my ML08. The stock fan is trash, so the specs of it are essentially meaningless, as its perfomance in benchmarks because of that. Paired with a Noctua NF-F12, it's best-in-slot.
I got mine from Newegg, and it shipped directly from China, complete with customs stickers, so expect it to get knocked around in transit just like mine did.
- 14 points
- 27 days ago
from completed build Node 202 gaming PC for Maxim (3800X + 2080super)
I think it is the only cooler for Node 202 + Ryzen. It is not compatible with AM4 motherboards' backplates (I tried two MBs including this build). There are three options on this: 1. Mount the cooler without backplate. I dont like this option because the harder you tighten the screws the more MB bends. 2. Purchase Noctua NM-AM4-L9AL9I mounting kit with compatible backplate (as I did in this build). 3. Apply some force and tear out screw-threads from backplate (as I did in previous build), so it becomes compatible with the cooler :)
- 12 points
- 17 months ago
from completed build Project Silent
Awesome pick for SFFPC. 6 heat pipes. Using with Noctua Chromax.