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Pros: None

Cons: None

Other Thoughts: I bought this for a media server, and the multiple drive bays should work well for that.
I turned off all the fan LED's. No need for bling here.


3 out of 5 eggs OK for the price 06/17/2011

This review is from: MASSCOOL FD12025S1L3/4 120mm Case Cooling Fan

Pros: None

Cons: None

Other Thoughts: I installed two of these on the top of an Enermax Spinerex case. I had to put washers under them to keep the blades from rubbing on the top of the case since this case mounts the top fans on the outside of the case under a plastic shroud.

These fans make this the loudest PC I own.

SILVERSTONE NT07-775 90mm CPU Cooler
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3 out of 5 eggs Doesn't clamp tightly enough 07/21/2010

This review is from: SILVERSTONE NT07-775 90mm CPU Cooler

Pros: It's low profile, reasonably quiet, and fits in the case

Cons: The problem I have with this cooler, and probably the same thing others with poor cooling performance have is that it does not clamp down tightly enough to the CPU to transfer heat efficiently. At least not with my motherboard (Zotac GF9300) and CPU (Celeron 450 Conroe-L). The legs are too long, so the base of the heat sink doesn't clamp down onto the top of the CPU. You can tell because the legs are too easy to latch down. Maybe the 45nm CPUs sit up a little higher...

That said, I get somewhat acceptable cooling, though a lot higher that I would have expected on a low power CPU (temps under load run close to 60C.)

Other Thoughts: I assumed that the 45nm designation was intended to indicate that the heat sink was not designed for the hotter parts on larger dies, but maybe there's a physical difference.


John R.'s Profile

Display Name: John R.

Date Joined: 02/19/04

  • Reviews: 5
  • Helpfulness: 3
  • First Review: 09/10/08
  • Last Review: 06/17/11
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