- Brand Name: Cooler Master
- Model Number: RR-H101-22FK-RA
- Device Type: Cooling
- Manufacturer Warranty Description: 1 year
Cooler Master Hyper 101a - CPU Cooler with 2 Direct Contact Heat Pipes - AMD Version (RR-H101-22FK-RA)
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- Noise Level: 22 dBA
- Heat sink Material: Aluminum
- Connector: 3 pin
- Bearing Type: Sleeve
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From the Manufacturer
|Hyper 101 comes with two direct contact heat pipes and dual fan design to provide efficient cooling performance. Hyper 101 comes in different versions � Intel, AMD or universal sockets; fixed speed fan or PWM fan.|
|CPU Socket||AMD Socket AM3 / AM2 / 940 / 939|
|CPU Support|| AMD: |
Phenom II X4/X3 (partial)
Phenom X4/X3 (partial)
Athlon II X2
Athlon X2 (partial)
|Weight||AMD version: 304g; 0.30lbs|
|Heat Sink Dimensions||83.5 x 68 x 117 mm|
|Heat Sink Material||Aluminum fin / 2 heat pipes|
|Fan Dimension||80 x 80 x 25 mm|
|Speed (R.P.M.)||Fix speed version: 2200 R.P.M. |
PWM version: 800 – 3000 R.P.M
|Air Flow (CFM)||Fix speed version: 30 CFM |
PWM version: 10.9 - 40.8 CFM
|Air pressure (mmH2O)||Fix speed version: 2.28 mmH2O |
PWM version: 0.3 - 4.23 mmH2O
|Noise Level||Fix speed version: 22 dBA |
PWM version: 13 – 28 dBA
|Bearing Type||Long life sleeve bearing|
|Fan Life Expectancy||40,000 hours|
|Connector||Fix speed version: 3-pin |
PWM version: 4-pin
Top Customer Reviews
Pros: PRICE!! Easy to install, compact, quieter than the original 120 dollar cooler.
NOTE: Three months and still cooling like a champ. Best 20 dollars I have ever spent!
Love this product. Highly recommend it.
Anyway, pros and cons.
1. My CPU idled at 40C and was about 60C under load. With this cooler, it's now between 34-36C under load and I haven't gotten it above 50C under load yet (tested by playing games and rendering a video...simultaneously. I'm sure I could top that using Prime95 or something but I'm lazy). So the cooling difference is noticeable when idling and much more substantial when under load.
2. Fairly easy to install once you sit down and look at it. It took a minute because it didn't really click but once it did I was able to install it in just a few minutes. It does NOT require the removal of your motherboard.
3. Much, much quieter than the stock AMD fan. Much quieter. And cooler. And more efficient. Yay!
4. This fan fit inside of my Cooler Master HAF 912 case without any problems and with about 3-4 inches to spare. In other words, this thing has a small footprint.
5. You can decide to have the fan blow toward the back of your computer or toward the front (toward your DVD drive and RAM). I chose to have it pointed toward the back of the PC because then it blows right into an exhaust fan which helps remove the hot air more quickly. Also, who points their CPU fan at their RAM?
6. It was cheap. Under $20 is a good deal for a CPU cooler that outperforms the stock CPU cooler.
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I did replace the included fan with twin 80 mm PWM fans from Noctua (not saying anything derogatory about CM's fan; I had the Noctua's anyway...), and I also used Noctua's thermal paste, being sure to apply a small amount of extra paste in the narrow grooves where the copper heatpipes meet the base, and the recommended 'pea-sized' dollop in the center of the CPU cover.
Installation was straightforward and nearly self explanatory; the included instructions seemed unnecessary and rather confusing, with miniature text. Because it weighs so little even w/ two fans, no backplate is necessary for my AMD motherboard. Hardware is included for a second fan. I much prefer Cooler Master's screw-mounted plastic brackets to the paper clip type wire method of fan attachment. The location of the motherboard locking lever for this AMD version does prevent the second fan from sitting all the way down on the radiator, but because it's already so compact, this didn't cause any clearance problems with my case's side panel.
My rig is a micro-ATX motherboard in a very compact, narrow 'mini tower', so there isn't a whole lot of extra space for a tall or wide heatsink. In a 70 degree Fahrenheit home office, my CPU has yet to surpass 45 Celsius (according to Speedfan); even while performing AVG diagnostic scan set to 'FAST' with nearly two minutes of continuous 100% CPU usage, or with a half dozen tabs running while simultaneously performing dozens of Windoze7 updates and watching HD video from NY Times' website.
AMD should start including this cooler with their CPU's up to 95 watts. It's superior to their stock setup. This is a great deal for under twenty bucks !
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Great cooler, I did replace the fan with a very quiet 17 db one but works great, easy to install on AMD fx-6300Published 16 months ago by J C.
Low on money, and still want a gaming pc, this mite help a little bit, please be aware of specs, and inform yourself as much as possible about itPublished 17 months ago by Pablo