Cooler Master Nepton 140XL - Ventilador de PC (Enfriador, Procesador, 14 cm, Negro, Aluminio, 0,3A)
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.Disipador térmico y ventilador.Flujo de aire.54-122.5 cfm.Presión de Aire.0.7-3.5 mm.Voltaje nominal.0.3 A.Consumo eléctrico.3.6 W.Diámetro del ventilador.140 mm.Altura del ventilador.25 mm.Nivel de Ruido.21 - 39 dBA.Cojinete para ventilador.Rodamiento de bolas.Velocidad de rotación.800 -2000 rpm.Conector de alimentación eléctrica.Enchufe PWM de 4 patillas.Compatible con.Socket 775, Socket 1156, Socket AM2, Socket 1366, Socket AM3, Socket 1155, Socket AM3+, Socket 2011, Socket FM1, Socket FM2, Socket 1150.Parámetros de entorno.25 dBA.Diverso.MTBF (tiempo medio entre errores).70,000 hora(s)Profundidad: 6.98 cm.Material del producto.Aluminio.Radiador para sistema de refrigeración líquida con ventilador.
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Using it on my AMD FX8350 Vishera 4GHz 8-core CPU inside a room with an ambient temperature of ~80F, the temperature under a normal load (according to AI Suite II and HWMonitor) is ~35C. The temperature under the same conditions using the Cooler Master Hyper 212 EVO (with dual fans in push-pull configuration) was ~42C, while the temperature with the stock fan was ~52C.
The 140 mm oriented radiator offers a larger surface area for heat dispersal vs standard 120 mm oriented radiators.
Comes with 2 140 mm PWM fans to accomodate push-pull air flow.
May reduce peripheral motherboard temperatures (such as VCORE and RAM) nearest the CPU by allowing the heat exchange to take place directly out the top or back of the case.
May reduce the number of chassis fans required to keep the internal temperature down (due to not having the hot CPU air circulating inside of your case).
The pump plugs in directly to the power supply unit rather than through the motherboard, decreasing the voltage draw on the MB and ensuring consistent circulation.
May not be a significant reduction in noise level under a heavy load compared to traditional pushed air cooling solutions (dependent somewhat upon the model of fans used).
140 mm fan mounts are not common on PC cases, so brand/model compatibility may be limited.
This cooler knocked off an additional ~5C on several of my temperature diodes around my CPU, so it was a bigger bang for my buck than expected (I vented the heat out the top of my case). My only problem was that the case I had recently purchased wasn't designed to accommodate a 140 mm fan radiator (the Antec Eleven Hundred), so I ended up modifying it to work. So, be advised that whichever case you use, make sure it has enough room inside to support the height of the radiator plus one or two of the fans without bumping into other components (height of radiator + 2 supplied fans = ~"3 1/2). 4/5
NOTE: if you use both fans and want to accurately use the PWM option for RPM monitoring and control, buy a PWM fan splitter (like the one featured here Silverstone Tek Sleeved PWM Fan Splitter Cable (CPF01)) and plug them both into the same CPU FAN port on your motherboard. If you use a different brand than the one in the link, make sure that there is only one tachometer wire going to the board rather than letting each fan have its own (you can tell by counting the number of wires on each leg of the Y: one should have four, the other should have three).
Also, the side of the heat sink where the tubes attach was bulky enough to touch the RAM on a mini-itx motherboard. Again, I'm not quite sure why you wouldn't build a smaller footprint heatsink with the water cooling tubes on top instead. Also, the design height underneath means it will only fit in two orientations on a mini-ITX board, as the copper plate flares out on two sides and would touch components next the the CPU on a mini-ITX board. Again, a few small design changes could have allowed it to fit in all four orientations to allow specific placement around other parts, such as RAM.
Aside from the mini-ITX complaints, I think this is likely a good full size ATX motherboard cooler. The fans are very high quality and are PWM. They could include a fan grill to cover them, but that would be about the only fan improvement they could make.
Temps were pretty good with an i7-4790k, ranging from about 28C to 32C on idle and around 82C on full load at the stock clock speed. These were with the included thermal paste.
Edit: Pump stopped working after a few weeks of use. Amazon replaced it for me, so I am back up and running again. Hopefully this one will last.
* System CM 240 - is on the AMD 1090T - clock at 3600Mhz max was 4000Mhz+
*System CM 120 - is on an APU 6800 - clock at 4000Mhz
*System CM (2) Nepton 140XL - is on the FX8350 fix at 4000Mhz
Raid / Happy