- Brand Name: Thermaltake
- Model Number: CLP0564
- Manufacturer Warranty Description: 3 Years
Thermaltake Frio Overclocking Universal CPU Cooler CLP0564
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- Universal mounting design supports all processors available today: Intel Core i7 & Core i5 (LGA 1156 & 1366);
- The noise level is to adapt to different type of working or gaming enviornment. Supports latest Intel Core i7 six-core processors.
- Five 8mm heatpipes to accelerate heat transfer from the CPU to fins for utmost cooling efficiency.
- High-density 0.5mm aluminum fins with high surface-ratio heat sink design allows for most effective thermal dissipation.
- Dual ISGC 120mm fans with full-range fan speed control allow power users to control cooling power.
- AMD Phenom II & Phenom & Athlon Series CPU (Socket AM2, AM2+ & AM3)
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The fans are quite a bit louder than the stock cooler, but being able to overclock the CPU and FSB speeds makes up for it. Just crank the speakers up a little bit and you don't even notice.
Installation was easy, but you do need access to the back of the motherboard, so I'd recommend installing this at build time instead of retrofitting later like I did.
This thing is massive. Everyone says that, of course, but it can be said again. The fans are on full blast in my case (I don't want to have to change them often so I just leave on full) and they are quietly comfortable with my case fans being louder than it.
The install was no problem, even had my mom do it, to prove a point (I'm 22 and it was for my computer. She thought it'd be super complicated and scary).
I didn't use the thermal grease that came with it, I used my own Arctic compound as it's generally better. I see this product lasting a long time and my computer's processor being cooled nicely (giving it longer life).
I'd recommend this for people who have Mid-tower to full towers. I was able to fit it into my Sonata Quiet... 2? case (super old case from Comp USA) just barely and after a while I upgraded to a Cooler Master Storm Scout case which gives it much more room.
After installation, ran the same stress test for over 15 minutes and never went over 47C. The thing works amazing! One thing I'm seeing people say a lot is that the fans are noisy. The fans are both VR. So they're only noisy when they're completely turned up on high. 'Thing sounds like it's gonna take off! But on the low setting, it couldn't be more silent. And with the fans on low, my temps still never went above 50C. Long story short: this thing rocks!
My case is the NZXT PHANTOM FULL SIZE tower and the fan fits inside perfectly provided you don't intend to install the optional 200mm side fan to accompany the other six fans.
The 48 watt deltas worked and fit just the same, though 250CFM seemed to not make a difference compared to the stock fans after 80 degrees.
Would easily cool below 65 degrees @4.8GHZ (no voltage increase) to the 2600k
4.4 on the haswell yields about 84 degrees
Ended up just using it on my 2nd machine and goin watercooled for the Haswell 4770k. It really does need it if you're overclocking. The miniscule increases seen with Sandy Bridge and earlier just don't happen with the Haswell....
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I have had this cooler since 2013 and it has worked amazingly well for me. It keep my machine and running well. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Amazon Customer
This has worked great for a few years now - mounted great on my motherboard - a "ASRock 890FX DELUXE5"
It comes right up to the edge of my left-most RAM, but it fits. Read more
great fan. love it. looks awesome inside the case and feels like a tornado is coming out of it. Can stick my head in my case in the summer.Published 17 months ago by Yuliyan
Silent as the wind, with variable settings. I recommend this for any computer builders out there (the very few). Buy your own good thermal paste (but you should already know this). Read morePublished on July 20, 2014 by Stephen Gutierrez