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Silverstone Tek Super Low Profile CPU Cooler for Intel Socket LGA115X with 80mm Fan and 2x Copper Heat Pipes


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  • Designed for low profile systems at only 23mm tall
  • Two O6mm heat-pipes and aluminum fins for excellent heat conducting efficiency
  • Heat-pipe direct contact (HDC) technology
  • Large, custom 80mm fan for excellent cooling and low noise
  • For use with CPUs up to 65W
  • Support Intel LGA115X processors
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Silverstone Tek Super Low Profile CPU Cooler for Intel Socket LGA115X with 80mm Fan and 2x Copper Heat Pipes + Silverstone Tek Aluminum Top Cover/Steel Body Thin Mini-ITX Media Center/HTPC Case PT13B - Black + Arctic Silver 5 Thermal Compound 3.5 Grams
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 6 x 5 x 2.5 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B00GLM6EWY
  • Item model number: AR04
  • Average Customer Review: 2.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (6 customer reviews)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: November 6, 2013

Product Description

The Argon series coolers are designed to provide the best cooling solution for your CPU. The Argon AR04 is a super slim profile CPU cooler designed for space limited applications that utilizes LGA 115X platforms. It features two 6mm thick copper heat pipes connect to the base using heat-pipe direct contact (HDC) technology. The custom 80mm fan was designed with fan blades to achieve the highest air pressure possible while maintaining an acoustic profile that is rare for cooler of this size. At a total height of only 23mm tall, the AR04 is likely the best choice and the only choice for slim sized cases utilizing LGA 115X processors.

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Should let you know it wont work with the Gigabyte itx boards.
Buzz
There is no main copper plate to transfer heat to the pipes then to the fins.
Ethan
I basically relied on the cap legs’ ability to stretch a little bit.
Cpk

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Buzz on March 21, 2014
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Unfortunately this didn't work with the ITX board I have.
The pipes hit the capacitors around the sides of the CPU mounting socket and extend over the PCI express slot or the first ram slot depending on the direction you have it facing.

Should let you know it wont work with the Gigabyte itx boards. Will try it on my other itx board when I return home from my deployment.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Cpk on January 8, 2014
This is part of my review for a complete Thin Mini ITX system. Look for it at the Silverstone PT13 case reviews. Unfortunately I don't know how to add pictures to the review, so until then...just text.

I do agree with the previous reviewer in some aspects.

Without going into other details, I had the following issues with the Silverstone AR04 cooler:
1. The clips that hold the cooler in place have to be pressed with Extreme pressure before they latch. You must be able to hold that MB flat or otherwise you bend it and flex it beyond normal. Be very careful. Because of this, I had to take it down and try several times to put it on.
2. By doing this, I’ve observed that very little thermal paste actually got transferred from the CPU to the cooler. And yes, I’ve applied it very thin, but the problem is that the cooler lacks a thermal pad so there is no flat (and thick, and strong) surface touching the flat surface of the CPU. Worse, by needing so much pressure to affix it, my guess is that the cooler actually flexes and instead of sitting flat on the processor, it forms a little ‘dome’ above it. Now, with silver paste, I could probably apply it thicker...but for now it’ll stay in place.
3. The biggest issue is, however, that one of the posts interfere with a cap on the MB. This may or may not be valid only for this type of MB. That cap ended up being pushed a little on one side, and I was NOT happy about it! I basically relied on the cap legs’ ability to stretch a little bit. A little bit too much, and there goes your pretty MB. I’ve tried flexing/rotating that post away from the cap...I only needed very little, but the steel is really thick and strong and I don’t think it moved a bit.
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I have an Asus Q87t thin micro-itx board. The heat pipes of this cooler come in contact with the capacitor Asus has though fit to park too close to the cpu, (behind cpu clasp hinge) so it will only fit one way.(You'll have to rethink the CPU fan header if you do this, otherwise it won't reach) If you have the Silverstone PT13 case like me, this other way may cook the exposed wiring on the back of your power button and HDD LED. I'll see how it goes. The locking pins are also a serious pain to install. Needed unreasonable amount of downforce and balance to get them to lock, thought I would destroy the mobo, (scratched the CPU). Looked everywhere for this info preparing for my build but couldn't find any, so I hope this is helpful. UPDATE1: Gently bent in corner of left pipe (2 mm) with pliers to avoid cap. Again, gently flattened right pipe bottom (2 mm) to avoid Pcie riser. Successfully installed on Q87T mobo! UPDATE2: Bought a screw kit $3, tossed the plastic locking pins, easy install. Mount plate touches base of case, better heat dissipation. Works very well, can't hear it on standard settings. Wife sensitive to fan noise, she doesn't know when its on. Using i5 4690s CPU with BF4 for hours, does a very good job, absolutely no complaints.
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