( 4.0 Average / 13 Ratings )
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Works as it's supposed to , keeps ryzen 1600x at 65°c on max load "85°c but ryzen has 20°c offset".
Sometimes weird hissing noise can be heard.
Extremely sleek. Extremely low profile. Looks great. Essentially silent. Does it's job, and damn well in fact. There's nothing spectacular about it, but it just does everything right and looks sexy all the while. $50 gem.
Surprisingly good cooler for the size, with excellent mobo integration, but that clicking noise...
I originally thought this would be temporary until I could find a big fat dual tower air cooler in stock, and I continued to think this even when looking at the temps with the mediocre stock fan. However, after installing two Arctic F-12's, this thing rocks. No pump noise, a little burble on startup.
for what i got it for, 30 dollars flat its a great entry level cpu cooler. keeps a i7-7700k (with no oc) at under 65 C at full load.
For a small AIO I have no complaints. It keeps my CPU extremely cool even after a 2 hour stress test and is pretty much silent even under load.
Simple and economical cooler.
Sometimes bubbles re-enter the waterloop and ruin the silence which this cooler is really capable of doing.
Pretty easy to install. I used the wrong bracket at first so I wasn't paying attention lol. I have not done to much in the way of CPU intensive tasks yet but so far it keeps it nice and cool.
Water cooling. This was the cheapest one I could find with good reviews. I didn't feel the need for a larger rad as no MAJOR overclocking would be done. Keeps the CPU cool and quiet. Sometimes makes an occasional gurgle, but that's ok for me.
Meh. Installation was difficult but I lowered my mean temperature 10 degrees (c).