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Item#: N82E16835103141

COOLER MASTER JET 7 80mm 2 Ball Cooling Fan

  • 1900-3500 RPM
  • 12-22.1 CFM
  • Aluminum & Copper
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Model

Brand
COOLER MASTER
Model
JET 7

Spec

Type
Fan & Heatsinks
Fan Size
80mm
Compatibility
Socket 370 / A
Bearing Type
2 Ball
RPM
1900-3500 RPM
Air Flow
12-22.1 CFM
Noise Level
21-41 dBA
Power Connector
3 / 4 Pin
Color
Black
Heatsink Material
Aluminum & Copper

Physical Spec

Fan Dimensions
80 x 80 x 80 mm
Heatsink Dimensions
74 x 60 x 40 mm

Features

Features
Application for AMD XP 3200+ and higher

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  • Elaine M.
  • 8/14/2004 12:49:14 PM
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3 out of 5 eggsits OK

Comments: it isnt anything special, and it isnt bad at all

i used to have a SP-97 w/ Vantec Tornado 92mm. people say they are very loud, but not all that loud. this is certainly quieter, but to kool as good it needs to run 1 3/4 times as fast as the tornado on low.

another thing i would like is to choose whether or not you want the white light to be steady on, off, or flashing. you cant really see the red light on the back of it. its also bigger than it looks in the pictures.

at this time of writing im getting 48 C core temperatures at room temp using arctic silver 5 on an athlon 2500+ stock speeds

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  • Gene H.
  • 8/8/2004 8:06:28 AM
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4 out of 5 eggs

Comments: I have the Aero 7, works good for me. I had heat issues at first and then added case fans. I was running the 40+ idle temps and so on. Adjustable fan speed is nice BUT just because you crank the fan higher DOES NOT mean it will cool better. The air needs to pass over the fins at a certain rate so there is correct heat transfer, I have mine set at 3350RPM which is 150 rpm faster than the stock AMD fan ran. If I run it faster the temps will rise, you have to find middle ground. It all deals with latency of heat (heat transfer). I run 30 Idle 38-40 loaded, AMD 2500+ clocked and tweaked here and there.

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  • Mr. B.
  • 8/3/2004 6:41:24 PM
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3 out of 5 eggs

Comments: The fan looks cool with the blinking light in front and the red light that shines out the back. As for how well it works I'm not impressed. With a AMD 3000+ not overclocked my temps are in the mid 50's and with a big load up to 61. I used Artic Silver 5 compound instead of the included stuff. I wouldn't but this fan again.

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  • Anonymous
  • 7/20/2004 1:05:46 PM
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5 out of 5 eggsfan

Comments: This is the best and I love it so much. The copper plate you gotta love it. It is the best medal to absorb heat, and the fan is great. It is a little loud but thats fine because you can control the speed, or just crank up your volume. The fan also has two led lights. A red one in the back that is on all the time, and a white one that blinks off and on.

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  • Zach D.
  • 7/14/2004 12:07:01 PM
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5 out of 5 eggs

Comments: i have the previous model of the JET7, the Aero 7 which was, for some reason, discontinued, appears to have the same design as this cooler. There may be small differences between the two but I have been using my aero 7 for a year now on my XP 2800+ under 40C all the time. The great feature that not many come to realize, is that once the cooler is mounted, the air will come out facing the top of the case, which means if you have a power supply with an intake fan directly above your cpu, the air goes straight from the cooler to the power supply and out the back exhaust fan! amazing!

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  • Anonymous
  • 6/19/2004 8:48:10 AM
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5 out of 5 eggs

Comments: I run this on a 2200+ slightly overclocked (about 100mhz by stepping the fsb) and it keeps it COLD. Idle i'm at about 38 C and running UT2k4 I turn the fan to high and it keeps it around 42 C.

When its on low the fan is very quiet, my power supply is much louder. I must say that having it on high is extremely loud, but like I said, I only do it while gaming so it doesn't matter. The high setting does keep it colder under load than it does while on low tho.

Only complaint, the speed control for floppy 3.5 bay doesn't fit in my case properly!

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  • Anonymous
  • 5/21/2004 9:23:30 AM
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3 out of 5 eggs

Comments: My basic feeling is that this is an above average cooler that looks cool. If you want real cooling you should look at Zalman or Thermalright. There is no reason to spend your money on this cooler unless you are after the look. It is very noisy with average cooling. The fan at full rpm has the most bothersome pitch to it. It really annoys me. I typically keep it on about 25% of maximum rpm. That is a decent sound level with out the annoying pitch. My temps on my 3200XP are around 49C. Even on max they only go down to about 45C. When I over clock it the temps easily approach and pass 50 C. I have installed it several times using Artic Silver 5, and nothing helps. I have had this cooler for about 3 months now.

My opinion is that if you want real cooling look somewhere else. The only reason to buy this cooler is for the fact that it looks cool, and can provide ok cooling.

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  • Feng Q.
  • 5/11/2004 3:56:04 PM
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4 out of 5 eggs

Comments: This baby is really huge! And the 3.5" floppy bay mount for speed control is not good enough, it doesn't have anything to connect to the case, so it is just sitting there, kind of lose. It lowered my CPU temp by about 10 degrees. But this thing is really loud, even at low speed setting. Don't even mention the full speed, it's really like some people said, it's like a jet taking off!!! But despite all that, it's a good hs, but if you can't put up with the noise, then don't get it! But newegg rocks @ shipping!

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  • Anonymous
  • 5/6/2004 2:46:41 PM
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5 out of 5 eggsBest Heatsink EVER

Comments: Way better than stock cooling. Overclocked my Athlon 2600+ to 2.25 GHz (2800+) and it only runs a few degrees higher than stock. Usually keeps the processor at about 37 degree celcius idle, stock cooling had it at about 47 degrees, and it quieter than stock, too. The LEDs look really cool. Recommend this to anyone with an Athlon.

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  • Anonymous
  • 5/2/2004 11:26:04 PM
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4 out of 5 eggsGood Fan, but it is heavy

Comments: Well, I got this fan month and put it in use for a long period of time, this fan is not make for silent PC, due to the design and suppose to be a jet like fan, well, so much for the passion for the conventional way to get lower heat on your processor and heatsink, it is not a bad product, but consider it be little over size and weight, I use to put the fan on the max, it get a reasonable result on keeping the cpu cool. I am running a Athlon Xp 3200+, 400W PSU, and I also runing 5 case fan, but I felt that it doesn't reach the desire result, due to power drain lost and I recommand a PSU that output atleast 450W to use the fan.

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