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AMD Socket AM3/AM2+/AM2/1207/939/940/754 Heat Sink & 2.75" Fan w/4-Pin Connector up to Athlon II X4 2.9GHz

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  • AMD Socket AM3/AM2+/AM2/1207/939/940/754 Heat Sink Fan General Features: Aluminum heat sink
  • 2.75-inch fan DC 12V, 0.55A
  • Supports AMD Athlon II X4 AM3/AM2+/AM2/1207/939/940/754 processors up to 2.9 GHz
  • 4-pin power connector (8-inch cable length, approximate) Unit Dimensions:
  • 2.5 x 2.75 x 3-inches (H x W x D, approximate)
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Product Description

Keep your AMD CPU cool! This AMD Socket Heat Sink and Fan features an aluminum heat sink and a 2.75-inch fan! It supports AMD Athlon II X4 Socket AM3, AM2+, AM2, 1207, 939, 940 and 754 processors up to 2.9 GHz. Simply remove the old heat sink and install the cooler on top of the CPU! Keep your system in top condition and maximize the life of your CPU with the AMD Aluminum Heat Sink and Fan!

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Product Dimensions 4.3 x 3.4 x 2.4 inches
Item Weight 6.4 ounces
Shipping Weight 6.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
Manufacturer Amd
ASIN B0044FJGFM
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4.6 out of 5 stars 117 customer reviews

4.6 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #65 in Computers & Accessories > Computer Components > Fans & Cooling > CPU Cooling Fans
Date first available at Amazon.com September 24, 2010

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By Jerry Jackson Jr. on November 24, 2011
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I suppose I should start out by saying I've modified and built numerous general use desktops, home theater PCs and high-performance gaming rigs over the last decade. I've tried almost every popular CPU cooler from stock fan/heatsinks (such as this one) to massive heatsinks and liquid cooling systems. Let me share a little pearl of wisdom I've learned over the years:

If it ain't broke, don't fix it.

I'm currently running an AMD A8-3850 processor on a Gigabyte A75M-UD2H motherboard and this cheap "stock" CPU cooler has my processor running at 11-12 degrees Celsius at idle and 32-36 degrees Celsius when fully stressed during gaming. Yes, the fan makes noise, but it isn't as loud as some of the larger heatsinks with larger fans I've used.

Not only that, but I've used larger CPU coolers and liquid cooling systems that didn't keep a CPU this cool. A cold CPU is a healthy CPU and 11-36 degrees Celsius is VERY cold for a CPU using only a heatsink and fan.

Of course, how well this fan/heatsink works on your desktop will vary depending on the processor TDP, the ambient temperature in your room, the ventilation in your PC case, the number of other case fans and the airflow path within the case.

Some people will try to tell you to buy giant heatsinks ... but they're almost never any better than this at cooling a CPU. Not only that, but massive heatsinks don't always fit in typical mini tower cases. Unless you've got a MASSIVE tower, don't buy a massive heatsink.

Similarly, unless you can't stand the sound of more than one fan inside your PC case, don't waste your money on liquid cooling solutions. Every liquid cooling solution on the market has MULTIPLE potential points of failure (even the simple, pre-built closed systems).
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By Robnee on February 13, 2013
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The item was delivered on time and worked as expected. I needed a 4 pin fan to replace a 3 pin fan. Note that the entire assembly was a little smaller than the OEM heat sink and fan. It covered about 80% of the CPU surface. CPU temperatures were about the same before and after installation.
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Although item delivered appears to be is as advertised, this fan and heatsink are totally inadequate for anything over a 45 watt CPU it will not cool your AM3/3+ CPU adequately at all. AD says that it will cool up to an Athlon II X4 BUT it will not. I have AMD Athlon II X4 2.9Ghz CPU and within 5 minutes of startup my PC bluescreened from overheat condition.
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I bought this Heat Sink and installed it. I was sold by the reviews I read on Amazon.com. However it did not live up to my expectations. My Processor ran at the same temperature with this Heat Sink as the one I replaced. Also it was louder than the old one, contrary what I read. I removed it and put the old one back in.
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Works like a charm. Item is also very easy to install onto the motherboard. Be sure to get thermal artic paste! I've been using this for over 6 months and there had been no issues. I downgraded from a NOCTUA NH-D14 when a Tiger Direct representative told me using that much power was not needed for my rig seeing how I don't overclock my computer. (It also helped clear some room in my computer) The use of overclocking tends to kill the life of your computer parts and I intent for my computer to live it's maximum life before I pass it down to my nephew.
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It's an AMD CPU cooler, probably one for the 95w CPUs.

I'm still salty that I was forced to use this cooler instead of my Hyper TX3 in my HTPC because the SATA and Power connectors for the Bluray drive were in the way.

Works fine with Cool 'n' Quiet enabled, on a balanced power profile. Not too loud unless you try to game or encode on it.
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The picture displayed with the AMD sticker on the CPU fan is not what I received but I got was a processor box with a CPU fan. Someone kept the heatsink and sold me the fan. That is okay because all I needed was the fan but I cannot tell if this fan is new or used. I ordered a new one.

The fan that was sold to me was much smaller than my original CPU stock fan. I was able to mount it without any problems and it did have a 4 pin connector which is what I needed.

Even though this fan is smaller it actually keeps my CPU cooler. My original stock fan speed was around 800RPM and it cooled my CPU down to 34c. This small fan speed runs at 2020RPM and cools my CPU down to 22c.
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There's really nothing much that can be said other than the fact that it does what it's supposed to do, and it does it well...which I think that we all consider "what it should do."

Pros:
*Cools your CPU as expected.
*Thermal putty pre-applied
*Easy to install
*Great price

Cons:
*Sometimes, things just work. I'll update this if it doesn't.
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