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Cooler Master Hyper TX2 Copper Base Aluminum Fins 3 Heatpipes CPU Cooler - (RR-CCH-L9U1-GP)


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  • Comprehensive Cooling Solution: Cools CPU and the surrounding components
  • Universal Design for Intel LGA775 and AMD AM2/754/939/940 socket
  • New 90 mm fan blade and frame design produces greater airflow as 100 mm fan
  • Easy installation design without removing the motherboard
  • Copper-based and aluminum heat sink with 3 embedded heat pipes design provides excellent heat dissipation
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Technical Details

  • Brand Name: Cooler Master
  • Model: RR-CCH-L9U1-GP

Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 1.4 pounds
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B000UQF4FA
  • Item model number: RR-CCH-L9U1-GP
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: July 7, 2004

Product Description

Product Description

Cooler Master's total cooling solution, the Hyper TX2, cools more than just the CPU. A plastic diverter on the back of the heatsink directs exhaust air downward to blow air across the adjacent chipsets, MOSFETs and other nearby circuitry. Recent motherboard designs have been conducting surplus heat from other chipsets to this area to eliminate noisy chipset fans – making the Hyper TX2 ready for the challenge. Its compact design stands less than 140mm tall fits into tighter spots and weighing only 482 grams prevents weight stress from affecting the motherboard. A 92mm fan spins at 1800 RPM to deliver over 41 CFM of cooling airflow with a whisper-quiet noise level of only 22 dBA. Trios of U-shaped copper heatpipes rise from the copper base to transfer the potentially damaging heat up to the stack of aluminum convection fins for dispersion. The TX2 comes configured to attach to the motherboard of systems using the AMD Socket 754, 939, 940, AM2 o Intel LGA 775 processor straight from the box. The user merely needs to remove one of the appropriate, already attached mounting brackets to quickly and painlessly attach the cooler as thermal material is already applied.

From the Manufacturer

Comprehensive Cooling Solution:Screw-less Patent Clip:
Cools CPU and the surrounding components
Screw-less patent clip design for instant assembly/disassembly without removing the motherboard
Push Pin Clip Design:
Push pin design for easy and faster installation
Pure Copper Base:High Density Fin Design:
Pure Copper Base ensures that heat is quickly and effectively dissipated away from CPUHigh Density Fin Design increases heat dissipation
Multi-Air Inlet DesignFan Duct Design
Multi-air inlet provides huge airflowSpecial Fan Duck Design centralizes airflow and direct cool air to CPU and its surrounding components


PRODUCT FEATURES
1. Comprehensive Cooling Solution: Cools CPU and the surrounding components
2. Universal Design for Intel LGA775 and AMD AM2/754/939/940 socket
3. New 90 mm fan blade and frame design produces greater airflow as 100 mm fan
4. Easy installation design without removing the motherboard
5. Copper-based and aluminum heat sink with 3 embedded heat pipes design provides excellent heat dissipation
6. Super silent CPU cooler at only 22 dBA
 


PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS
Model RR-CCH-L9U1-GP
Socket Type Intel LGA 775/ AMD K8/ AM2
Heat Sink Dimensions 90 x 44 x 136.5mm
Heat Sink Material Aluminum Fin/ 3 heat pipes/ Copper base
Fan Dimension (W / H / D) 92 x 92 x 25mm
Fan Speed 1800 R.P.M.
Fan Airflow 41.76 CFM
Bearing Type Long life bearing
Fan Life Expectancy 40,000 hours
Fan Noise Level (dB-A) 22dBA
Connector 3 pin
Weight 482 g
Voltage 12 V
Warranty 1 year
UPC Code 870423005100

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5 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on January 2, 2008
I like the look, but it would not fit my new AM2 Asus board, even though the advertisement said it would. I tried every which way but ended up going back to the standard heatsing and fan (which is fine). I did not return it, just gave up and will use the Hyper TX Cooler on something else.
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I've built many computers, and as we're about to enter 2015, this is still the BEST cooler I've used, hands down. Better than TX-3/TX-4 You will have to spend nearly $100 to get a cooler that performs as well as this (currently $17) cooler and as quietly.

Features are unbeatable: Blade shape, ducting and slotted cowl-like intake. The ducting keeps the air moving through the fins and the rear area divers part of the exhaust over the FETs and capacitors on your board to cool them. The cowling works wonderfully to prevent air from spewing all over. (put your hand near a standard fan and you'll feel wasted air blowing out the edges of the front). The higher number of blades and shape mean the fan is more efficient and quieter. The TX-3 and TX-4 don't have any of these 3 features and use a noisy, inefficient standard fan.

It's very quiet, and the Intel or AMD specific versions can run as low as 500 RPM. The universal (mine) runs only at standard 1500 RPM but that is still whisper-quiet.
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By C.Q. on March 11, 2010
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Usually one of the lowest price CPU heatsinks. Have had several in the past 5 years or so, along with my brother. Very quiet. Keeps things substantially cool. Cooler than most others. Tom's Hardware rated it in the top ten back in the day.

Maybe the big humungous newer heatsinks will keep things cooler. But so what. Cooler than most is cool enough for me. Plus, the others are... humungous.

The half-sized fin thing on the opposing side is kind of weird. But again, so what. It works great. I have owned a few other non-factory heatsinks. And I even bought a humungous one recently in order to see if I could go fanless on the CPU. Back to this baby, I go.
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I have used many different types of heat sinks and fans on the computers I have and nothing says heat dissipation like a good cool master. It does keep my computer cool and with the aerodynamics of how this fan works, it helps a lot when it comes down to cooling the CPU. Having a lot of fans helps in a computer, but if you don't have a decent enough heat sink, then that CPU can heat up real quick considering those fans aren't gonna save your CPU when a heat sink is lying right on top of it. This Cool Master has proved a really decent approach at how it works. Personally, I'd actually go with the heat sink that has two fans instead on opposite sides for superior cooling, but I bought this instead so lets not dwell on what I could've gotten. This fan works wonderfully and has a unique design to it that I find really awesome. Sure my computer still heats up, but who's computer doesn't heat up unless you have a really good water cooling system in it. I mean who's gonna notice unless it get's really hot. Well, my Intel Core 2 Duo 2.93GHz doesn't get that hot unless gaming and if then, it still stays below 45 degree's Celsius which is really good considering I play Crysis 2 and other games that would naturally be a PC killer. When I am not playing games, my CPU never gets above 40 degree's Celsius and actually usual stays around 30 to 35. About the noise level... well considering I also play games and stuff and my computer is right near me and the lights aren't working anymore on my desktop... I can't really tell if it's on when I turn it on until my motherboard makes that beeping sound. I have and XFX ATI Radeon HD 5670 in there along with it and I don't hear any noise coming from my computer ever. It's really silent and I love that because I don't have to make my receiver louder in order to overpower the computer's noise. All in all, it's very wonderful.
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