- Up to 1700 RPM 74.4 CFM
- Radiator Dim. 120mm x 152mm x 27mm
- Fan Dim. 120mm x 25mm
- Fan Noise 30.2 dBA
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Worked great but not Silent 03/01/2013
This review is from: CORSAIR Hydro Series H60 (CWCH60) High Performance Liquid CPU Cooler
-Water cooling in a kit
-Easy to set up(for AMD FM1)
Mine would make a weird high pitch noise. It wasn't loud but based on my specs, the noise was louder than i was hoping for. I talked to a friend who works for an OEM builder and he says he has heard of this issue and some people add a resister.
All in all, i'll bet this thing is great for overclocking. It cools well and in a system with reasonable noise levels, you won't notice the high pitch noise i got (if you get one that makes it) I would absolutly buy this for any gaming or overclocking machine but not for HTPC. It did fit in my case though so that might be helpful to some:
LIAN LI PC-Q08B Black Aluminum Mini-ITX Tower
Corsair Air Series SP120 Quiet Edition CO-9050005-WW (Fan used with the unit)
SeaSonic X series SS-400FL2 (Fanless)
CPU: AMD A6 2.1 tri and A8 3.0 Quad
I switched back to the 2.1 tri as i don't need a power house but as you can see i wanted low power, low noise. For my needs, it was a little loud but in a normal system, i doubt you'd notice the noise.
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