Cooler Master GeminII S524 Procesador Enfriador - Ventilador de PC (Procesador, Enfriador, 12 cm, Socket AM2, Socket AM3, Socket AM3, Socket AM3+, Socket FM1, 800 RPM, 1800 RPM)
Descripción del producto
Adecuado para: Procesador
Altura: 105 mm
Ancho: 144 mm
Color del producto: Negro, Plata
Consumo energético: 2,52 W
Diámetro de ventilador: 12 cm
Intensidad nominal: 0,21 A
Máximo flujo de aire: 77,7 cfm
Mínimo flujo de aire: 34,2 cfm
Nivel de ruido (alta velocidad): 31,6 dB
Peso: 490 g
Presión de aire mínima: 0,43 mmH2O
Presión máxima de aire: 2,46 mmH2O
Profundidad: 144 mm
Sockets de procesador soportados: Socket AM2, Socket AM3, Socket AM3, Socket AM3+, Socket FM1
Tecnología de rodamientos: Long Life
Velocidad de rotación (máx.): 1800 RPM
Velocidad de rotación (mín.): 800 RPM
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This cooler took me a long time to install since my bags were mislabeled. You can't just remove the old heatsink/fan and plop it down. You'll have to remove the back plate already on your motherboard. If you're not comfortable doing this, it might not be the product for you.
This CPU cooler is best installed when you're building the system. It will be a MAJOR pain in the @$$ to install afterwards since you have to remove EVERYTHING and pull the motherboard out of the case.
My best advice would be to watch an install video on Youtube so you can get an idea of what it will be like in your setup. Once I did that and threw away the instructions. This will also give you an idea of the actual size of it. It's way bigger than the pictures make it look.
Silverstone GD05 (If you have this case and an optical drive, DO NOT BUY IT, you will most likely lose the drive bay)
Asus F1A75-M PRO
G.Skill Ripjaws memory
* Keeps your CPU cooler than a stock cooler
* Heatsink design clears performance ram heatsink (Ripjaws etc.)
* Supports wide range of CPU/Motherboard combos
* Fits HTPC case
* Supports a larger fan if you need it
* The instructions blow chunks, bags were mislabeled.
* This thing is bigger than it looks
* Need to remove the back plate to install
One good thing about this heatsink is you can rotate how it installs on to the motherboard. Because of how my HTPC case is designed, the original config would prevent using a Blu-ray drive, so I rotated the heatsink 180 degrees. Problem solved. In summary, great cooler with a decent 120mm fan that will work in a variety of cases and is adjustable.
I narrowed my choices down to two different Coolermaster Models: Hyper 212EVO and the GeminII S524.
I watched some review and installation videos for each one and finally decided on the GeminII. It looked like it was easier to install than the Hyper 212EVO and since my memory was of a low profile heat sink variety, the GeminII made more logical use of my case's interior space.
Installation should be quite easy for anyone who has at least a small bit of PC build experience. I might not recommend this cooler for a first timer though, as it may require removal of the motherboard from the case (Unless your case has an access hole on the motherboard plate).
If you DO have to remove your motherboard here is a little tip. The shipping foam this cooler comes with can also be used to help stabilize the cooler by placing the cooler face down on the work surface with the foam still on the fan (It will make more sense when you see it). Then simply placing the motherboard down onto the cooler to mount the backplate. It's a snap.
As for performance, the GeminII works quite well. On a non overclocked Phenom II x4 965 BE, idle temp is around 28-30c. Under load I havent seen it climb above 43c.