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LOGISYS Computer MC106 120mm Hydro Bearing Gamma Blade CPU Cooler

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  • 1500±10%RPM
  • 52.01CFM
  • Aluminum

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  • Limited Warranty period (parts): 1 year
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  • Joshua H.
  • 12/15/2012 7:32:11 AM
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

3 out of 5 eggsFair value, works for me

Pros: Mounts on stock AM2/AM3 socket, so no backplane bracket to mess around with. Big, black, shiny & relatively quiet. Reasonably priced, cools AMD 1090T 6-core CPU to same levels as stock fan, but MUCH quieter.

Cons: Included thermal paste is not highest quality, base is small, so it does not contact entire top of cpu surface, which puts a lot of pressure on one spot. Only blows air straight down at mobo, so it requires good clearance all around to move air as opposed to recirc. In my case, it is cooling the RAM and mosfets too. Clip was hard to install due to spring tension, but at least it is never coming off, unless the spring tension breaks the plastic tabs on the AM3 socket bracket...

Other Thoughts: Well, it does the job, but it could be better. For me, it was an aesthetic choice: I wanted a quieter than stock fan and one that looks Ok through the case window, which this one does. However, I would have spent less money on the fancy tin in comes in and provided: a slightly wider base (that was actually lapped!), better heatsink compound and a 4-pin fan. Overall, I am satisfied and it works for me, but I'm not too picky. Would I buy it again? Maybe, it depends; it's a fair value for the price.

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  • Joel H.
  • 10/16/2012 5:40:03 PM
  • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week
  • Verified Owner

4 out of 5 eggsfan works fine

Pros: Lot of fin to air ratio, compaired to stock HP PC.
large fan compaired to stock HP PC.
Now running BOINC at 50% duty.

Cons: round contact area of heatsink not full size of CPU chip,
maybe hot spot of the athlon 3500+ is only in the middle.
Had to remove fan so have fingers could reach clips.
I laped the face to remove flycut ridge of .002"
Added Molex adaper so fan at full speed, with still MB sensing.

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1 out of 5 eggsBad.... just, bad.

Pros: Its quiet, had to check it was spinning when first powered on. Cool color and aesthetic design.

You get a neat tin to keep parts in, some foam, and a 1"x1" static bag.

Cons: I put the pros because i didn't want to sound like I was just blasting this...
But its bad - really bad. Bought this to replace my $10 80mm Coolermaster CPU cooler (aftermarket, with 2.99 el-cheapo paste) in my htpc/linux-side-job rig (used for tech work.. or being lazy). I was going from 80mm to 120mm fan while also switching to Antec Formula 7 NANO DIAMOND paste. I expected an at least noticeable drop in overall average temps... WRONG.

The overall average temps increased 10-15c and caused my rig to shutdown from thermal warning twice. I am not overclocking. This is just a poorly designed cooler all around. As stated by others before I, it centers the heat in the middle of the sync creating a "heat pillar" that never dissipates to the fins being cooled. In addition to that, the mounting system is cheap, at best, adding to the problems since it cant get solid enough leverage for "proper" CPU contact. So many problems i could go on and on.... but... 1500rpm? come ON, really!?

Other Thoughts: after adding that Antec Formula 7 to the original aftermarket 80mm coolermaster sync i was using, my temps were a full 25c UNDER what they were with this garbage.

Save yourself the pain, time, and tears (and potentially having to replace more than just the cooler) - Buy a product from a reputable brand, especially if you are thinking about doing anything other than a simple terminal.

If you are trying to go for the HTPC route and just want quiet.. why not just spend a tiny little extra money (or half the money even) and just throttle the "loud" fan on a properly built cooler. Your rig will thank you for not melting things into its motherboard.

Have a good one, remember to keep doing research, but most of all, if you are thinking of getting this cooler....



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  • Zeeshan G.
  • 5/14/2012 8:05:13 PM
  • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week
  • Verified Owner

4 out of 5 eggsDecent performance, hoped it would be quieter

Pros: Keeps my non-OC'd 3750k at 36 idle and 60-70 load. I'm using a pretty low airflow case to try to make it as quiet as possible and I still am far from any heat problems

Cons: Not as quiet as I hoped. It's the loudest fan in my case (I have 2 120mm fans @ 800rpm for the case and a 120mm fan for the PSU)

Other Thoughts: I applied the packaged thermal paste, I'm going to get some arctic silver and hopefully that'll let it run at lower RPMs and give me a quieter PC.

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  • Damon K.
  • 4/10/2012 7:49:00 AM
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

4 out of 5 eggsOk Cooler - Silent

Pros: Pretty much all I can say is this cooler is quite. Does its job of keeping the processor at idle and low use cool. Standard clip installation was easy if you know what you're doing and have the right tools (small flat-head screwdriver).

The cooler does look cool and has a nice tin that it comes in (not a reason to buy the cooler)

Cons: Doesn't cool well with serious use. I have an AMD Phenom 960T (stock) and installed the cooler - idles around 26-27c and with 25% usage sits at 35c. Running Prime95 the CPU easily hits 68-70c. I would definitely not recommend if you plan to use the processor anywhere near 75%+ usage and like to have a cool CPU.

Other Thoughts: The HSF just cannot keep up with the TDP on the warmer processors. I removed the HSF and installed a Gemini S524 and the processor does not go above 38c @ 100%.

If you're running a lower TDP processor - AMD A4 or A6 - this would be sufficient assuming you install it correctly with good thermal compound. Great for an HTPC with a smaller processor.

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  • Teresa G.
  • 2/17/2012 8:41:55 AM
  • Ownership: less than 1 day

5 out of 5 eggsWorks Great!!

Pros: Purchased yesterday. Working great so far. Temps staying around 30 C. Not a serious gamer, so not sure what temps would be under high loads. Very quiet. Pain in the behind to install though if following the instructions - lol. If you look at the instructions included and reverse steps 3 and 2 and then push the final (step2) clip down through the top of the fan w/ a pen or screw driver it'll clip on really fast and easy.

Cons: Installing.

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  • Yi-Liang L.
  • 2/16/2012 9:03:47 PM
  • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week
  • Verified Owner

4 out of 5 eggsUSEFUL

Pros: Cheap
looks cool

Cons: hard to install

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1 out of 5 eggsNever Mistake Looks For Functionality

Pros: *Looks cool

Cons: *A pain to install
*Bigger pain to remove
*Could not keep an AMD A4 under 44c on idle (stock no OC)
*Feels cheap

Other Thoughts: I bought this with the intention of using it in my new HTPC build. It was well packed, love the aluminum case it packed in. I like the overall look and it has a big fan. On the downside this thing couldn't keep my AMD A4 APU under 40c on idle. When I actually started using the system the temps jumped up to 50c and above. I hate to admit this but the stock cooler actually performs better in this case keeping that CPU around 33c on idle and around 44c with a workload. This cooler looks great on the outside but that is exactly what it is, looks. It might be a good choice for someone running a single core CPU that wants silence but beyond that I would highly recommend against purchasing this item. On another note I did try both this cooler and stock cooler with Artic Silver 5. Look elsewhere for your cooling needs. If your looking for a big low profile cooler I recommend Scythe or Silenx.

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  • LAURA D.
  • 1/27/2012 12:33:09 PM
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsSilent

Pros: I've now purchased two of these for their low noise to replace the OEM coolers. Not very tall so it fits well. Didn't use the cooling compound it came with, used arctic silver instead. Came in a sweet tin I now use for parts.

Cons: For the AM2/3 socket its kind of difficult to get it on there, but no worse than most other coolers.

Other Thoughts: This was a nice affordable solution for quiet cooling.

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  • Robert E.
  • 1/11/2012 6:52:00 PM
  • Ownership: less than 1 day
  • Verified Owner

1 out of 5 eggshorrible

Pros: looks neat

Cons: idle temps went up from 89f to 120f from stock cooler on amd fx4100. even tried re-seating with arctic silver. no-change.

Other Thoughts: the design of this that (looks cool) seems to be chocking all the heat on the top of the cpu. after running for a while I took it off. the fins were room temp but the base and the cpu were scalding hot. I dont know the temp threshold for these new fx cpu's but it hit 55c and I shut it down.
my phenom IIx4 955 OC'd to 4Ghz with a corsair h60 water cooler doesnt even hit 50c till after eight hours of prime 95.(after it has heated up my entire room lol)

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