Not quiet, performance isn't good too
Pros: Expensive, give you an option to you spend your extra money on it
Cons: Not quiet, even it only has 1 fan ran at all. I also minmize the speed of fan.
Other Thoughts: I bought this one to replace XIGMETEK Dark Knight due to that one runs loud with stock fan.
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GET THIS COOLER!!!
Pros: This is really an amazing cooler. First, let me tell you my real-life example, not some random tests. With the stock Intel cooler, my CPU idled at 45 degrees celcius, and went to 80-85 degrees celcius under load(Using Intel Burn Test)! With this cooler in place, I idle in the high 20's, and only go up to the high 50's under full load!(Fans turned on high. On low, it's about a 5 degree difference) If I "Lapped" my thermalpaiste, I could've easialy gotten 5 degrees cooler. This cooler is amazing, truely. It's pretty cheap for this preformance(Who needs water cooling with this?) and it's also super quiet, even on high speed, unlike the Frio. (Only a little louder than the stock Intel fan) The Frio only runs 10 degrees cooler than this, so unless you're at 120 degrees, get the Jing. :p
Cons: Well, only the size. I have a Thermaltake V3 VL80001W2Z, and this clears the side with a few cm to spare. My case is 7.5 inches wide, so anything smaller, don't buy this(Sorry) Other than that, nothing.
Other Thoughts: If you're an overclocker and need more than the stock Intel/AMD cooler, get this. Amazing price, keeps your processor super cool, and it's just about as quiet as the stock cooler. 5 Eggs. :)
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