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Cooler Master - Hyper T4 70 CFM Rifle Bearing CPU Cooler

( 4.0 Average / 41 Ratings )



Cooler Master


Hyper T4

Part #


Supported Sockets


Liquid Cooled


Bearing Type


Noise Level

15.1 dB - 31.6 dB


1800 RPM


152 mm / 5.984 "

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sgtSnyder 11 points 46 months ago
from completed build The Little Engine that Could

I am pretty disappointed in this cooler. Now it works great, I have my G3258 at 4.4GHz with a max temp of 70C. But getting it there was not fun. The finish on the bottom of the heat sink is god awful. I didn't really notice it until I looked at the stock Intel cooler. The finish on the contact pipes is very grainy and it requires a good amount of thermal paste to compensate, which we all know is not a good solution. Also the AMD style clip doesn't apply anywhere near enough pressure. So I just shoved some paper in where the clip clamps down and now it applies plenty of force, I can barely get the thing clamped in. For the bottom I polished it with Blue Magic metal polish numerous times and then cleaned it with isopropyl to get rid of the silicone film left on it. My extra efforts took off ~10-15C from when it came out of the box, and I'm proud of that.

Of course I could have just returned it.

TL;DR: Contact pipes have an awful finish and the clip doesn't apply enough force, but it's correctable.

re_loaded 10 points 46 months ago
from completed build Razgriz Reborn

Keeps my cpu cool at lower price than the 212 evo

CaptainFishSticks 27 points 45 months ago
from completed build Project: LANCER

I wanted the EVO 212, but Micro Center said that it wasn't to be. So I picked up what was, what I thought, the next best thing.

ItsAceFTW 8 points 45 months ago
from completed build Random Build #1

Decent cooling, poor design. Can only be mounted on AMD boards in one configuration. Wish they would have included a custom mounting kit so the fan could put set up in a push configuration with the case fan pulling the hot air out. Luckily the one build I put this in, I had some fans on the top of the case to do the same thing. The other problem that comes with this is that the fins extend overtop of the RAM slots, making it impossible to expand your memory without having to remove the heatsink.

gregtour 15 points 40 months ago
from completed build Programmer Development Rig

Important to follow all installation instructions, and follow instructions for the LGA 1150 socket, even though this CPU is an LGA 1151 socket. Although I thought this heatsink and fan was heavy and awkward at first, it might be the lightest cooling solution outside of an AIO liquid cooler.

sgtSnyder 13 points 38 months ago

I have reviewed this in a previous posting. It came in like crap, but after sanding and polishing the bottom and applying more pressure onto the CPU, it now works much better. Actually a few degrees cooler than an H60 I purchased at some point. Just disappointed with how I got it.

vnguyen998 3 points 37 months ago
from completed build My First Build

I saw some other poor reviews for this cooler, but I am loving it. My i5-4590 only touches 46 C at full load. I transported my PC in the back of a car when I moved and was worried about this cooler because of its size/weight, but nothing happened so the mounting must hold pretty well.

SeaGuardiian 10 points 36 months ago

Amazingly cheap, was gonna go with the standard 212 but the case that I chose actually wouldnt allow it so this is the little brother of the 212 and does a great job. Its a little bulky just like the 212 so it looks odd in a windowed case in my opinion and i would rather have a sleek looking water cooled cpu cooler but for a air cooler it does i nice job. On a side note, this thing was a pain to install on te mobo. The brackets actually wouldnt fit in the position i wanted them to and it forced me to do a push config out the top of the case instead of a push config out the back of the case like i wanted. It was my first build and i didnt really want to fight with it so i settled with the T4 pushing air out the top.

Do.You.Wanna.Build.a.Pc 4 points 36 months ago
from completed build Come on, let's go and build

vibrates sometimes

USNS_Epcen 9 points 35 months ago

It was hard to put on but keeps it pretty cool