• Cooler Master Hyper RR-T4-18PK-R1 CPU Cooler with 4 Direct Contact Heatpipes, Intel/AMD with AM4 Support
  • Cooler Master Hyper RR-T4-18PK-R1 CPU Cooler with 4 Direct Contact Heatpipes, Intel/AMD with AM4 Support
  • Cooler Master Hyper RR-T4-18PK-R1 CPU Cooler with 4 Direct Contact Heatpipes, Intel/AMD with AM4 Support
  • Cooler Master Hyper RR-T4-18PK-R1 CPU Cooler with 4 Direct Contact Heatpipes, Intel/AMD with AM4 Support
  • Cooler Master Hyper RR-T4-18PK-R1 CPU Cooler with 4 Direct Contact Heatpipes, Intel/AMD with AM4 Support
  • Cooler Master Hyper RR-T4-18PK-R1 CPU Cooler with 4 Direct Contact Heatpipes, Intel/AMD with AM4 Support
Cooler Master Hyper RR-T4-18PK-R1 CPU Cooler with 4 Direct Contact Heatpipes, Intel/AMD with AM4 Support
Cooler Master Hyper RR-T4-18PK-R1 CPU Cooler with 4 Direct Contact Heatpipes, Intel/AMD with AM4 Support
Cooler Master Hyper RR-T4-18PK-R1 CPU Cooler with 4 Direct Contact Heatpipes, Intel/AMD with AM4 Support
Cooler Master Hyper RR-T4-18PK-R1 CPU Cooler with 4 Direct Contact Heatpipes, Intel/AMD with AM4 Support
Cooler Master Hyper RR-T4-18PK-R1 CPU Cooler with 4 Direct Contact Heatpipes, Intel/AMD with AM4 Support
Cooler Master Hyper RR-T4-18PK-R1 CPU Cooler with 4 Direct Contact Heatpipes, Intel/AMD with AM4 Support

Cooler Master Hyper RR-T4-18PK-R1 CPU Cooler with 4 Direct Contact Heatpipes, Intel/AMD with AM4 Support

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  • 4 Direct Contact heat pipes for seamless contact between the cooler and CPU
  • 120mm wide range PWM fan. RPM can be fine tuned for maximum airflow or whisper quiet operation, Product Dimension - 5.2 x 2.9 x 6 inches
  • Snap-on fan brackets to quickly and easily install, remove, clean, or replace the fan or heat sink. Heat sink dimensions: 5 x 1.7 x 6 inches and fan dimension: 4.7 x 4.7 x 1 inches
  • Versatile all-in-one mounting solution supports Intel sockets: LGA 2011/1366/1156/1155/775/1150 and AMD sockets: FM2/FM1/AM3+/AM3/AM2+/AM2

Customer Reviews

Damaged Fan I brought this product because of the great reviews. I installed the unit and heard a noise coming from my newly built computer. I checked all my fans and found that the fan for the cpu cooler was emitting the noise. I had to remove the fan and install a spare I had. It wasn't something that I wanted to do because this fan has a 4 pin connection and mine had a 3 pin so I lose automatically fan control with my spare fan. I typically buy items from Cooler master with no issues but this item is an important part of a PC build and once you install it, add the thermal paste, you do not want to remove it. I wish it turned out differently but I made it work. 1Not a perfect fit on my motherboard, but it seems to do the job of cooling quite well. I updated my system last year to a AsusTeK M5A99FX Pro 2.0 with a AMD FX-8350 running at 4 GHZ, not overclocked. I decided to use the stock fan but would consistently get warnings of over 65C and after about a year it shut down twice on me last week for overtemp. Opening the case I see there was SOME blockage of the CPU cooling fins. (I apparently was not good in doing preventative maintenance) BUT it was on the edge of overheat even after cleaning if I was doing anything such as rendering a movie or running multiple VM's. So I ordered this and installed it this week. It runs on average 6-8C lower out of the box and when it went through MY stress test (rendering movie and running multiple VM's) it never got over 59C, worst case. I am not a gamer, overclocker or stress my machine other than the items mentioned so I find it interesting that the fan supplied with the CPU is marginal at best. I do have two other large case fans so I don't think its an airflow issue. In any event, I am happy with the new fan and the sound is MUCH quieter.On my motherboard the air flow from the CPU FAN is directed into the power supply fan. Also there is an issue where the CPU fan was not tall enough for my G.SKILL F3-17000CL9D-8GBXM RipjawsX Series 8GB RAM causing me to have to bend slightly the fins on the last memory module so the fan heat sink would make flush contact with the CPU. Also I thought the AMD motherboard hold down provided with the FAN was a bit on the cheesy side, but it worked (with some effort).It was a bit more of a struggle to get the FAN to fit my CPU snugly than I thought it should be, hence dropping it a star. But I am happy with the cooling provided by the new fan, much better than standard AMD fan and WAY quieter... 4The instructions are confusing and largely unnecessary! I assumed the fan would be an easy ... The product itself is a 5/5, but there are some cons that buyers should be aware of.CONS:1. The fan itself is huge! Much, much bigger than a stock CPU fan. I actually could not fit mine because the physical size of my RAM cards were too big, and had to spend more money on buying smaller cards. I took that opportunity to also upgrade those so there was value to that at least.2. The instructions are confusing and largely unnecessary! I assumed the fan would be an easy fit, but when I opened the box, it came with a ton of parts and vague instructions that sent me down a road of frustration. I ended up having to watch a Youtube video to discover that I was right initially and its just a matter of swapping the physical fans without taking apart any of the framework.3. THE FAN IS HUGE! After fitting it onto the CPU, my fingers were jammed into my (pretty large) case trying to latch it and plug in the power. I actually ended up accidentally bending some pins on my CPU because I just could not see anything I was doing trying to get it latched. I managed to fix the pins with some tweezers and get everything secured after some time.So why is this fan a 5/5 even with all this hell I went through? Because its so completely quiet, I can't hear the fan at all. The stock fan was so loud that I usually played with headphones on, but now I can play games in the middle of the night with the loudest sound coming from my mouse clicking. Its so quiet that I was paranoid and had to check multiple times that it was even running and that my CPU was actually staying cool.And all this for around 25$, its a steal as long as you have small RAM. 5Excellent fan for the money I'm running an ASUS Maximus VIII Hero motherboard, with an Intel Core i5 6600K CPU @ 3.5 GHz, 2 sticks of Corsair DDR4 8Gb RAM @ 2132 MHz, with an Artic Alpine 11 Pro fan, inside a Corsair Carbide Series 100R Mid Tower Case. Note that the Artic Alpine fan is a downblow design (It blows DOWN over the cooling fins at the CPU).When rendering video with this setup, the motherboard would automatically overclock the CPU to 100% load: 4.1 GHz, fan would spin to 2200+ RPM, and temps reached 192 F (89 C), well into the red danger zone. Removing both side panels reduced temps to 185 F (85C). Still in the danger zone.Max temps should be about 172 F (78 C). I picked up this fan and hoped for the best.After removing the Artic fan (I installed it correctly last year when I built this machine), it was obvious the fan wasn't making full contact with the CPU since the thin layer of pre-applied thermal paste was only disturbed on 1/4 of the left side of the CPU.The installation instructions for the Hyper T4 are not very clear, so I hit YouTube and watched a couple install videos to get a feel for a proper install. When I did the install this morning, it went smoothly although due to the case design, I had to uninstall the entire motherboard and related components to gain access to the mounting holes on the back of the motherboard (the case covers 2 of them). I had to remove the RAM sticks since they interfered with the needed room to install the clamping mechanism of the T4 hardware. After install, they went back into their slots without issue.The kit came with the "runny" thermal paste which the installer must apply so, now I KNOW there is full contact between the fan base and CPU.(See uploaded photos please) This fan is large, and can be oriented in only 1 way (it cannot be oriented so the airflow goes to the top or bottom of the case, only flowing front or back because the RAM sticks are in the way), but the fan itself is detachable, and can be mounted on the cooling fins to point airflow across the fins to the exhaust fan at the rear of the case (my setup), or mounted on the other side so it directs airflow across the fins towards the front of the case. It also has an extra pair of fan mounting brackets in the event you'd like to mount a second 120mm fan onto BOTH sides of the fins. I did not do this.The fan is very tall and the exposed ends of the heat pipes reach all the way to the case's side panel with no room to spare (maybe a mm or 2).Since the fan is directly above the RAM sticks, the heat from them are pulled in by the fan, whisked through the cooling fins, then exhausted out the rear of the case. I like this setup better than the downblow design of the previous fan (which blew the hot air from the CPU onto the mobo, the video card, and the RAM. Not nice.Just rendered (processed) a 15 minute test video, and now the motherboard will overclock to 4.4 GHz, the Hyper T4 fan's max speed was 905 RPM, and max temp of the CPU was 140 F (60 C). Well under the danger zone.5 stars. I am happy with this purchase, and I feel that so long as the fan functions, it will handle any demands I put on the CPU unless I attempt some extreme overclocking for the challenge of it (which I don't wish to do).I recommend this fan/heat sink, especially for the asking price of about $25 in August 2017. Thank you for reading my review!- AlleyratEDIT: I forgot to mention the fan is also quiet. I put both of the case's side panels back on my computer, re-rendered the test video and the fan speed reached a max of 705 RPM, and the CPU did not exceed 132 F (56 C) during that test, so it actually performs better when the case is enclosed. Motherboard overclocked the RAM to 2.9 GHz, and all temps were within very acceptable limits (mobo @ 95 F, PCH @ 110 F). Just so ya know. I'm one happy old duffer! :) 5Cooler Master are the best at their work when it comes to Air Coolers! Especially when you're on a budget! Got this bad boy along with a Ryzen 5 1500X, overclocked that to 3.85GHz at the lowest voltage I could get (forgot the exact numbers), and along with msi's B350M Gaming Pro, and Cooler Master's MasterBox Lite 3.1 (an mATX Case), this thing is just a little beast, for only $25, I simply couldn't find anything even remotely close to the level of greatness of this thing!Fits great in a tight build, sounds smooth, works and performs amazingly, could be assembled by literally anyone (at least with my combo and my build). This was just a happy purchase! :X :)P.S: Sorry about the s**t quality pics, it's what I got in hand! 5Much better than stock, bad for AM4 This cooler is a very good performer. I didn't try my stock cooler, but my machine runs cool with this cooler. However, on the AM4 socket, it is very hard to install this cooler, and even when you do, it mounts vertically. When you try to use the retention bracket given to you in the included kit, you can't physically push it down enough to lock in. You have to screw loose the pre-installed AM4 backplate to move it up and then lock it in place. Only then can you screw it back down and get it attached. Plus, with a vertical mount, it isn't the best for thermals, especially if you have a setup with a non-blower fan. However, if you are using a basic 65W or 95W part, this is still a very good price to performance ratio. I would suggest moving up to get a better one for AM4, but overall, this is still a good product w/ its own flaws. 3My AMD FX 4350 runs cool and the included fan runs very quiet Get what you pay for. The device feels cheaply made specially when installing on an AMD. With that said this is not a device meant for extreme builds. This device is an upgrade over stock and mid to low grade builds which it excels at. My AMD FX 4350 runs cool and the included fan runs very quiet. Alignment of the heat sink makes it hard to install ram once installed if using all 4 slots, would advise to have ram in place before installed.Pros: Cheap and Easy to install.Cons: Excess heat pipes at the top of the unit make it not fit in my Apevia Mid Tower. Not worth loosing a star in my opinion as most of the time I have the side of my case open anyhow. If you have a case with a large fan on the side panel you will also have this issue. 5Cool temps for days! So when I first got this cooler I was amazed at how big the cooler actually is! It barley fit in my rig without first having to modify my RAM sticks. However, once I got it in there there was certainly a big improvement on CPU temperatures. I currently am running an FX-8350 at 4.3Ghz and with the stock cooler I was getting temperatures well in the 70Cs under load and 45C idle with CPU intense games like Battlefield 1 and Minecraft. However, after installing the Hyper T4 I was able to get my temps down to 25C idle and 65C max during gaming. I must say I am very impressed with this cooler after seeing the temps improve even though it was an air cooler and not a water cooler. Definitely recommend to those looking for a good cooling solution without breaking the bank on water cooling. 5It's really okay for the price Noticeable decrease in temps from another, less hefty aftermarket cooler by the same manufacturer. I can't argue with the results, an immediate difference of 19C idle and 12C load just by installing this cooler.But I will say that I got a fan with a bad bearing, so whenever it was pointed toward the ground it made a rattling noise (the default configuration). I rectified this by switching the included fan to pull toward the top of my case and replaced the pushing fan with another 120mm, no more noise. After googling around I can see I am far from the first person to run into this. This process also made it impossible to lock the fan in contact with the CPU without removing the fan and then sliding it back on, not entirely centered, and in a micro ATX mid tower I also could not route the 8pin power connection to the mobo without taking the fan off again.I'd buy this again knowing that it would be a pain, but worth it for the price. That doesn't warrant more than three stars. 3Do Not Buy For Ryzen! Build; 2600X, stock speeds, boost hitting 4.25ghz.This is not a good AM4/Ryzen choice. It's thin, but the fan is huge; Big enough that the fan doesn't seat all the way down, because it hits the bracket latch. The only way to mount it is with the exhaust pointing up - so it takes in the warm air from the GPU. Good thing I have top-case fans, albeit slow running.Right now it's only giving about a 6*C temp improvement on a 2600X over the stock AMD [non-LED] cooler. Modded Skyrim SE [1440 with 4K textures] gives about a 53*C max, minus loading screens, when it jumps to 61c for some reason.Also, don't expect to get a 2nd RAM stick in it's proper slot on a mATX board. Sitting sideways blocks the RAM slots.Basically this is for a low-end Intel on a full ATX board, in a case with top fans. 2
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Description
  • 4 Direct Contact heat pipes for seamless contact between the cooler and CPU
  • 120mm wide range PWM fan. RPM can be fine tuned for maximum airflow or whisper quiet operation, Product Dimension - 5.2 x 2.9 x 6 inches
  • Snap-on fan brackets to quickly and easily install, remove, clean, or replace the fan or heat sink. Heat sink dimensions: 5 x 1.7 x 6 inches and fan dimension: 4.7 x 4.7 x 1 inches
  • Versatile all-in-one mounting solution supports Intel sockets: LGA 2011/1366/1156/1155/775/1150 and AMD sockets: FM2/FM1/AM3+/AM3/AM2+/AM2
Reviews

Customer Reviews

Damaged Fan I brought this product because of the great reviews. I installed the unit and heard a noise coming from my newly built computer. I checked all my fans and found that the fan for the cpu cooler was emitting the noise. I had to remove the fan and install a spare I had. It wasn't something that I wanted to do because this fan has a 4 pin connection and mine had a 3 pin so I lose automatically fan control with my spare fan. I typically buy items from Cooler master with no issues but this item is an important part of a PC build and once you install it, add the thermal paste, you do not want to remove it. I wish it turned out differently but I made it work. 1Not a perfect fit on my motherboard, but it seems to do the job of cooling quite well. I updated my system last year to a AsusTeK M5A99FX Pro 2.0 with a AMD FX-8350 running at 4 GHZ, not overclocked. I decided to use the stock fan but would consistently get warnings of over 65C and after about a year it shut down twice on me last week for overtemp. Opening the case I see there was SOME blockage of the CPU cooling fins. (I apparently was not good in doing preventative maintenance) BUT it was on the edge of overheat even after cleaning if I was doing anything such as rendering a movie or running multiple VM's. So I ordered this and installed it this week. It runs on average 6-8C lower out of the box and when it went through MY stress test (rendering movie and running multiple VM's) it never got over 59C, worst case. I am not a gamer, overclocker or stress my machine other than the items mentioned so I find it interesting that the fan supplied with the CPU is marginal at best. I do have two other large case fans so I don't think its an airflow issue. In any event, I am happy with the new fan and the sound is MUCH quieter.On my motherboard the air flow from the CPU FAN is directed into the power supply fan. Also there is an issue where the CPU fan was not tall enough for my G.SKILL F3-17000CL9D-8GBXM RipjawsX Series 8GB RAM causing me to have to bend slightly the fins on the last memory module so the fan heat sink would make flush contact with the CPU. Also I thought the AMD motherboard hold down provided with the FAN was a bit on the cheesy side, but it worked (with some effort).It was a bit more of a struggle to get the FAN to fit my CPU snugly than I thought it should be, hence dropping it a star. But I am happy with the cooling provided by the new fan, much better than standard AMD fan and WAY quieter... 4The instructions are confusing and largely unnecessary! I assumed the fan would be an easy ... The product itself is a 5/5, but there are some cons that buyers should be aware of.CONS:1. The fan itself is huge! Much, much bigger than a stock CPU fan. I actually could not fit mine because the physical size of my RAM cards were too big, and had to spend more money on buying smaller cards. I took that opportunity to also upgrade those so there was value to that at least.2. The instructions are confusing and largely unnecessary! I assumed the fan would be an easy fit, but when I opened the box, it came with a ton of parts and vague instructions that sent me down a road of frustration. I ended up having to watch a Youtube video to discover that I was right initially and its just a matter of swapping the physical fans without taking apart any of the framework.3. THE FAN IS HUGE! After fitting it onto the CPU, my fingers were jammed into my (pretty large) case trying to latch it and plug in the power. I actually ended up accidentally bending some pins on my CPU because I just could not see anything I was doing trying to get it latched. I managed to fix the pins with some tweezers and get everything secured after some time.So why is this fan a 5/5 even with all this hell I went through? Because its so completely quiet, I can't hear the fan at all. The stock fan was so loud that I usually played with headphones on, but now I can play games in the middle of the night with the loudest sound coming from my mouse clicking. Its so quiet that I was paranoid and had to check multiple times that it was even running and that my CPU was actually staying cool.And all this for around 25$, its a steal as long as you have small RAM. 5Excellent fan for the money I'm running an ASUS Maximus VIII Hero motherboard, with an Intel Core i5 6600K CPU @ 3.5 GHz, 2 sticks of Corsair DDR4 8Gb RAM @ 2132 MHz, with an Artic Alpine 11 Pro fan, inside a Corsair Carbide Series 100R Mid Tower Case. Note that the Artic Alpine fan is a downblow design (It blows DOWN over the cooling fins at the CPU).When rendering video with this setup, the motherboard would automatically overclock the CPU to 100% load: 4.1 GHz, fan would spin to 2200+ RPM, and temps reached 192 F (89 C), well into the red danger zone. Removing both side panels reduced temps to 185 F (85C). Still in the danger zone.Max temps should be about 172 F (78 C). I picked up this fan and hoped for the best.After removing the Artic fan (I installed it correctly last year when I built this machine), it was obvious the fan wasn't making full contact with the CPU since the thin layer of pre-applied thermal paste was only disturbed on 1/4 of the left side of the CPU.The installation instructions for the Hyper T4 are not very clear, so I hit YouTube and watched a couple install videos to get a feel for a proper install. When I did the install this morning, it went smoothly although due to the case design, I had to uninstall the entire motherboard and related components to gain access to the mounting holes on the back of the motherboard (the case covers 2 of them). I had to remove the RAM sticks since they interfered with the needed room to install the clamping mechanism of the T4 hardware. After install, they went back into their slots without issue.The kit came with the "runny" thermal paste which the installer must apply so, now I KNOW there is full contact between the fan base and CPU.(See uploaded photos please) This fan is large, and can be oriented in only 1 way (it cannot be oriented so the airflow goes to the top or bottom of the case, only flowing front or back because the RAM sticks are in the way), but the fan itself is detachable, and can be mounted on the cooling fins to point airflow across the fins to the exhaust fan at the rear of the case (my setup), or mounted on the other side so it directs airflow across the fins towards the front of the case. It also has an extra pair of fan mounting brackets in the event you'd like to mount a second 120mm fan onto BOTH sides of the fins. I did not do this.The fan is very tall and the exposed ends of the heat pipes reach all the way to the case's side panel with no room to spare (maybe a mm or 2).Since the fan is directly above the RAM sticks, the heat from them are pulled in by the fan, whisked through the cooling fins, then exhausted out the rear of the case. I like this setup better than the downblow design of the previous fan (which blew the hot air from the CPU onto the mobo, the video card, and the RAM. Not nice.Just rendered (processed) a 15 minute test video, and now the motherboard will overclock to 4.4 GHz, the Hyper T4 fan's max speed was 905 RPM, and max temp of the CPU was 140 F (60 C). Well under the danger zone.5 stars. I am happy with this purchase, and I feel that so long as the fan functions, it will handle any demands I put on the CPU unless I attempt some extreme overclocking for the challenge of it (which I don't wish to do).I recommend this fan/heat sink, especially for the asking price of about $25 in August 2017. Thank you for reading my review!- AlleyratEDIT: I forgot to mention the fan is also quiet. I put both of the case's side panels back on my computer, re-rendered the test video and the fan speed reached a max of 705 RPM, and the CPU did not exceed 132 F (56 C) during that test, so it actually performs better when the case is enclosed. Motherboard overclocked the RAM to 2.9 GHz, and all temps were within very acceptable limits (mobo @ 95 F, PCH @ 110 F). Just so ya know. I'm one happy old duffer! :) 5Cooler Master are the best at their work when it comes to Air Coolers! Especially when you're on a budget! Got this bad boy along with a Ryzen 5 1500X, overclocked that to 3.85GHz at the lowest voltage I could get (forgot the exact numbers), and along with msi's B350M Gaming Pro, and Cooler Master's MasterBox Lite 3.1 (an mATX Case), this thing is just a little beast, for only $25, I simply couldn't find anything even remotely close to the level of greatness of this thing!Fits great in a tight build, sounds smooth, works and performs amazingly, could be assembled by literally anyone (at least with my combo and my build). This was just a happy purchase! :X :)P.S: Sorry about the s**t quality pics, it's what I got in hand! 5Much better than stock, bad for AM4 This cooler is a very good performer. I didn't try my stock cooler, but my machine runs cool with this cooler. However, on the AM4 socket, it is very hard to install this cooler, and even when you do, it mounts vertically. When you try to use the retention bracket given to you in the included kit, you can't physically push it down enough to lock in. You have to screw loose the pre-installed AM4 backplate to move it up and then lock it in place. Only then can you screw it back down and get it attached. Plus, with a vertical mount, it isn't the best for thermals, especially if you have a setup with a non-blower fan. However, if you are using a basic 65W or 95W part, this is still a very good price to performance ratio. I would suggest moving up to get a better one for AM4, but overall, this is still a good product w/ its own flaws. 3My AMD FX 4350 runs cool and the included fan runs very quiet Get what you pay for. The device feels cheaply made specially when installing on an AMD. With that said this is not a device meant for extreme builds. This device is an upgrade over stock and mid to low grade builds which it excels at. My AMD FX 4350 runs cool and the included fan runs very quiet. Alignment of the heat sink makes it hard to install ram once installed if using all 4 slots, would advise to have ram in place before installed.Pros: Cheap and Easy to install.Cons: Excess heat pipes at the top of the unit make it not fit in my Apevia Mid Tower. Not worth loosing a star in my opinion as most of the time I have the side of my case open anyhow. If you have a case with a large fan on the side panel you will also have this issue. 5Cool temps for days! So when I first got this cooler I was amazed at how big the cooler actually is! It barley fit in my rig without first having to modify my RAM sticks. However, once I got it in there there was certainly a big improvement on CPU temperatures. I currently am running an FX-8350 at 4.3Ghz and with the stock cooler I was getting temperatures well in the 70Cs under load and 45C idle with CPU intense games like Battlefield 1 and Minecraft. However, after installing the Hyper T4 I was able to get my temps down to 25C idle and 65C max during gaming. I must say I am very impressed with this cooler after seeing the temps improve even though it was an air cooler and not a water cooler. Definitely recommend to those looking for a good cooling solution without breaking the bank on water cooling. 5It's really okay for the price Noticeable decrease in temps from another, less hefty aftermarket cooler by the same manufacturer. I can't argue with the results, an immediate difference of 19C idle and 12C load just by installing this cooler.But I will say that I got a fan with a bad bearing, so whenever it was pointed toward the ground it made a rattling noise (the default configuration). I rectified this by switching the included fan to pull toward the top of my case and replaced the pushing fan with another 120mm, no more noise. After googling around I can see I am far from the first person to run into this. This process also made it impossible to lock the fan in contact with the CPU without removing the fan and then sliding it back on, not entirely centered, and in a micro ATX mid tower I also could not route the 8pin power connection to the mobo without taking the fan off again.I'd buy this again knowing that it would be a pain, but worth it for the price. That doesn't warrant more than three stars. 3Do Not Buy For Ryzen! Build; 2600X, stock speeds, boost hitting 4.25ghz.This is not a good AM4/Ryzen choice. It's thin, but the fan is huge; Big enough that the fan doesn't seat all the way down, because it hits the bracket latch. The only way to mount it is with the exhaust pointing up - so it takes in the warm air from the GPU. Good thing I have top-case fans, albeit slow running.Right now it's only giving about a 6*C temp improvement on a 2600X over the stock AMD [non-LED] cooler. Modded Skyrim SE [1440 with 4K textures] gives about a 53*C max, minus loading screens, when it jumps to 61c for some reason.Also, don't expect to get a 2nd RAM stick in it's proper slot on a mATX board. Sitting sideways blocks the RAM slots.Basically this is for a low-end Intel on a full ATX board, in a case with top fans. 2
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  • To be eligible for return, products must be in the exact condition you received them in. All packaging material must be undamaged and unused with the price tags intact.
  • Orders can be cancelled before dispatch. If the order has already been dispatched, cancellation fees might be charged.
  • Due to the nature of the products that we sell, we will not be able to replace or refund unwanted items if they have been opened or any seals are broken.
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