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Cooler Master Hyper TX3 - CPU Cooler with 3 Direct Contact Heat Pipes (RR-910-HTX3-G1)

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Hyper TX3
  • CPU Support: Intel: Core™ i5 / Core™ i3 / Core™2 Extreme / Core™2 Quad / Core™2 Duo / Pentium / Celeron AMD: FX-Series / A-Series / Phenom™ II X4 / Phenom™ II X3 / Phenom™ II X2 / Phenom™ X4 / Phenom™ X3 / Athlon™ II X4 / Athlon™ II X3 / Athlon™
  • Maximum compatible CPU wattage: over 130W TDP
  • Heat Sink Material: Aluminum fin / 3 heat pipes
  • Fan Speed: 800 ~ 2800 R.P.M. (PWM)- Noise Level: 17-35 dBA
  • Includes 0.1 oz Cooler Master thermal paste.
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Product Details

Size Name: Hyper TX3
  • Product Dimensions: 17.7 x 10.6 x 12.2 inches ; 8.3 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 1.2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B0028Y4S9K
  • Item model number: RR-910-HTX3-G1
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (637 customer reviews)
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  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: May 12, 2009

Product Description

Size: Hyper TX3

Product Description

Cooler Master Hyper TX3 RR-910-HTX3-GP CPU Fan For Intel LGA1156/775 & AMD AM3/AM2/940/939/754

From the Manufacturer

Cooler Master’s Hyper TX series has evolved with requirements of mainstream CPUs. The introduction of Hyper TX3 marks another milestone with Cooler Master's first-ever full compatibility - Intel LGA 1156 socket. The Hyper TX3 also brings back the "original" direct contact heat-pipe design from Cooler Master.


  • Flexible mountings.
  • Maximum compatible CPU wattage: over 130W TDP.
  • 3 x Direct Contact heat-pipes with aluminum fins to provide excellent heat dissipation.
  • Option for adding 2nd fan to increase cooling performance.
  • 92mm PWM fan with wide RPM range and anti-vibration rubber pads.
  • Silent CPU cooler at only17 dBA (at minimum speed).
  • Easy swappable fan by clips (clips for 2nd fan included).

Aluminum fins with 3 x Direct Contact heat pipes to provide outstanding heat dissipation

Universal design: Compatible with Intel Socket LGA 775/1156

Option for adding 2nd fan to increase cooling performance

Universal design: Compatible with AMD Socket 754/939/940/AM2/AM3

Excellent airflow design with compact heat sink dimension (installed on Gladiator 600)

New 92mm PWM fan with wide RPM range and anti-vibration rubber pads


    All Intel Socket 775/1156 CPU
  • Intel® Core™ 2
  • Intel® Pentium®
  • Intel® Celeron®
    All AMD Socket 954/939/940/AM2/AM3 CPU
  • AMD Phenom™ II
  • AMD Phenom™
  • AMD Athlon™
  • AMD Sempron™


Model RR-910-HTX3-GP
CPU Socket Intel Socket LGA775/1156,
AMD Socket 754/939/940/AM2/AM3
Heat Sink Dimensions 90 x 51 x 139 mm
Heat Sink Material Aluminum fin + 3 heat pipes
Fan Dimension 92 x 92 x 25 mm
Fan Speed 800 - 2800 R.P.M. (PWM)
Fan Airflow 15.7 - 54.8 CFM
Fan Air Pressure 0.35 - 4.27 mm H2O
Fan Life Expectancy 40,000 hours
Bearing Type Long life sleeve bearing
Voltage Rating 12 V
Noise Level 17 - 35 dBA
Weight 1.04 lbs; 470g

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

It fits in about any case.
Richard
With my stock cooler, the temps were at 65 degrees C at full load, and now they are at 40 degrees C. Installation was extremely easy for me and I have AMD.
Alex
Was very easy to install and worked very well to keep my Q4400 Intel processor cool.
L. Jones

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

114 of 124 people found the following review helpful By Unicorn on January 19, 2010
Size Name: Hyper TX3 Verified Purchase
I've recently built an AMD Athlon II 425-based computer (a certain regional electronics retailer well-known for their CPU/motherboard combos made an offer I could not refuse. What I paid for the CPU works out to less than forty dollars.) Naturally, and like most other people who choose to assemble their own PCs, I could not resist the allure of overclocking. Of course, stock cooling solutions are adequate for... well, cooling the CPU at stock settings. Since all modern CPUs have great overclocking potential but get quite hot when doing so, I wanted to upgrade my cooler.

After some searching, I found the Cooler Master Hyper TX3. In keeping with the philosophy of my build (buy the product at the point where performance just about stops increasing linearly with the price), I made the purchase, and the product arrived at my doorstep a few days later.

Cooler Master has elected to use plastic blister packaging for the Hyper TX3. It was easy to open, and required no scissors, which is a refreshing change from most packaging of this type. I received the universal version of the cooler, meaning my version of the TX3 supports Core 2 as well as Core i5, along with pretty much all Athlon 64s and above (Athlon 64, Athlon 64 X2, Athlon II, Phenom, Phenom II.) The cooler does not require installation of a motherboard backplate for use. Since this is a smaller cooler, it uses Intel's standard push-pins or AMD's clips to remain secure. Cooler Master has apparently revised the TX3 recently; previous versions used a clip to secure the 92 mm fan to the heatsink. This clip received VERY mixed reviews (Yes, I do mean VERY - some reviews were absolutely glowing while others had the deepest contempt I have ever seen.
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37 of 44 people found the following review helpful By Stephen Jensen on December 18, 2009
Size Name: Hyper TX3 Verified Purchase
Is this the best cooler money can buy? Of course not, it's $20.

But is this probably the best value cooler w/o spending $50+? I'd be hard pressed to find a better one.

My basic setup: AMD Athlon II X4 630 (2.8 Ghz mild overclock for now to 3.2 Ghz), MSI mb, 2 GB DDR2 ram, XFX ATI 5750.

With the stock heatsink and fan at this O/C my idle temp was ~ 32-34 C, at load around 52-54 C.

Not a difficult install, instructions are terrible but for an AM2+, AM3 chip it's quite easy with no tools, and do NOT have to remove the motherboard from the case (can not speak for Intel chips), just takes a little common sense although the thermal grease supplied is pretty bad (like rubber cement).

Anyways after the TX3 was in place my idle temps are now at 22-24 C and at load 36-38 C. I'd say for a $20 cooler that isn't too loud, that's a pretty good result.
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23 of 28 people found the following review helpful A Kid's Review on September 28, 2009
Size Name: Hyper TX3
I am overall greatly impressed with this HSF for its price to performance ratio and ease of installation.

I purchased this CPU cooler for a new Socket 1156 (Core i5 750) build, after having already built the computer and using it, the stock Intel HSF was a great disappointment. Intel's stock HSF is about half the height of its usual circular fin array. It also performed, in my opinion, horribly. At idle the temperature was around 38 degrees Celsius with the fan being audible over other fans and components. At full load it approached 76 degrees Celsius, which was disturbing enough for me to not perform a prolonged stress test on the CPU. The fan at this point was a very audible whirling, like most small fans running at high RPM pushing air over a small surface.

This HSF was an easy installation, no need to remove any components. It uses the standard push-pins for Socket 1156 compatibility. With its light weight and compact size, I am confident the push-pin locking mechanism will be adequate for holding it in place. I used OCZ Freeze thermal compound, for its ease of use and no need for a burn in period. I ran into a little trouble when attaching the fan, the metal fasteners need to be oriented correctly for their middle section to lock into the grooves of the heatsink. It takes a little coercing of the tension. I had to be careful of the fins, as they are not completely dull. I managed to snap them in place without hurting my fingers.

With the installation complete, I proceeded to the testing phase of the setup. Because the fan uses a four-pin PWM connector, you will have to rely on the BIOS settings to automatically or manually control its RPM.
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By H. Payne on June 2, 2011
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Summary:
Very cost effective, minimal strain on CPU socket/bracket, cools much better than stock, and can handle some gentle overclocking.

Details:
The unit was to be attached to an AM3 socket. It weighs 110g more than the stock CPU cooler, which is a plus (more on that in a moment). My Phenom II x4 965BE is the 125w edition so it is well within the thermal envelope of the cooler, which is rated for about 130w of disappation.

The old thermal paste was removed and a new layer of Arctic Silver 5 added. I also added 3 small lines into the "line" of where each heat pipe touched the flat aluminium backing, so that it will expand out and fill any gaps.

Attaching the cooler, one quickly learns that the diagram for the tensioning arm is in fact reversed; looking at the bar itself, you can clearly see that the indent is facing out (and not in, like the other side of the clip). Amazon's image for the AM3 mount shows it in the correct position (the tensioning arm loads clockwise left to right, and the small indent points inwards). Once I was able to seat the unit with the tensioning arm, the last 1/8th inch of travel gave out a bit of a "crinkle" sound (which I attributed to the CPU socket springs, or the retaining clip flexing); so far, knock on wood, the motherboard its attached to hasn't had any issues, so I don't think I damaged the socket. The heat sink is firmly in place and is oriented in my case so that it is suspended sideways from the socket (board is in a tower case, heat sink is attached to the side of the board pointing out sideways, with air travelling to the back of the case).

I don't have a metal backplate to act as a strain relief for a larger heatsink, so weight is a definite concern.
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