- Brand Name: Thermaltake
- Model Number: A4021
- Manufacturer Warranty Description: 3 YEARS
Thermaltake TR2 M21 RX A4021 CPU Cooler for the Intel Processor 115W LGA775-Prescott
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- Designed for the Intel Processor 115W LGA775-Prescott
- Radian Aluminum fins provide optimal airflow for good heat dissipation
- High-precise riveting technology to bond the copper core for maximum heat conductivity
- Powerful and silent reversed fan, reduce the noise from air-rebounding, only 18dBA
- Push pin design requires no tool to install
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while it works acceptably well, I wouldn't buy another.
It is possible Thermaltake's higher end equipment is better quality. However from my experience, I would strong discourage anyone from purchasing this CPU fan.
I then ordered this one for the celeron, and it doesn't fit, not even close.
The copper is round, meaning that on either my P4 or Celeron machines only about 80% of the square proccessor surface area would be in direct contact.
Also, the Unit is square, all three of my socket 775 machines require rectangular mounting.
I don't know what this fits, but of my three socket 775 mother boards, none of the above.
Except for their brilliant marketing approach - it's tooless! Oy yay! Because goodness knows that those of us who are buying CPU fans to install ourselves are averse to using tools. And words. Thermaltake has us pegged.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This is an efficient and worthwhile system especially for the Thermaltake computer case.Published 3 months ago by Kermit D.
It is impossible to put it on the board, The nut is behind the fan and unless you have a long and very small figure, you have no way to lock the nut that fasten to the mother... Read morePublished on March 8, 2014 by Stephen I.
I have had this fan for only a few months and the fan has already seized, making it useless. Dont waste your money.Published on November 18, 2010 by Goinslo
It was difficult to install, and after about 4 months started getting loud - then the fan started dying. Read morePublished on March 17, 2010 by AlexK