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500 - 2000 RPM
21 - 36 dB
Yes - 120 mm
- 40 points
- 2 months ago
from completed build Wish I Would Have Done This Sooner.. // First Build - The Little Budget Beast
Beautiful and keeps cpu at good temps! Wish they would have added a feature to turn the led's off during sleep but won't knock it for that.
- 34 points
- 2 months ago
from completed build D.Va MEKA Mk.II - VALKYRIE
Using my case's 140mm Noctua intake fan to cool the radiator and satisfied with my Ryzen temps. Hose should've been a bit shorter for a 120mm radiator. The universal backplate doesn't sit flush against the mobo and should've been individual backplates for AMD and Intel instead.
- 24 points
- 6 months ago
from completed build Mini AMD
Looks great. Keeps things cool, but would you recommend replacing fan for better temps and quietness.
- 23 points
- 1 month ago
from completed build FireRed V2
Great aesthetics but sub-par cooling + loud rattling noise due to trapped air bubbles; will not overclock cpu with this cooler
- 20 points
- 5 months ago
from completed build $2500 / Phanteks Evolv Shift / Mini ITX
Love the looks, software is absolutely awful. Keeps cpu about as cool as any other rad. Rad cables look good in any situation, usb cable not so much.
- 14 points
- 5 months ago
from completed build StormTrooper 2019 (First Build)
The most frustrating part of my build. Don't get me wrong - as a cooler it works great. But I would discourage someone from buying this because of the RGB aspect or the Cue software. It has been a waste of time.
I started with an air-cooling fan. It was too big for what I wanted so I changed to this one. It was a decent price and I liked the RGB infinity mirror as a bonus. Easy to install and from what I can tell, it keeps my processor at a good temp always. No issues at all there.
But - The RGB needs to plug into a USB port on my motherboard. Already short on those. (Solved it....but had to spend more). And the Cue software was the most disappointing part of my system. And all I wanted was to change the dang color on the RGB. Now, two weeks later, now that I've got it up and running, I can see how, supported correctly, it would be a useful tool. However, I moved on a long time ago.
Note to NZXT - This was my first build and I like many of the products I've looked at online (cases, coolers, etc). But, I'd avoid it next time because of the limited support with the problems I encountered (reading reviews, etc). That's something you should fix as a company ASAP.
- 12 points
- 12 months ago
from completed build "The Cactus" Black / White / Green mATX Build
Very good looking cooler, good performance and extremely quiet fans.
- 11 points
- 21 days ago
from completed build Shifting to a PC :)
I can occasionally hear the pump slightly when it is idling, though not enough to ever worry about.
- 10 points
- 9 days ago
from completed build Gronkle
Looks super good, and relatively easy to install. My only complaint is that I couldn't install a different fan besides the one included.