be quiet Shadow Rock 2 Pro Reviews
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|Cowcotland||---||Sep 13 '13|
|HardwareHeaven||---||Sep 26 '13|
|NikKTech||---||Aug 06 '13|
|ocaholic||3.5/5||Sep 30 '13|
|Overclockers Club||---||Feb 03 '14|
|PureOverclock.com||3.5/5||Sep 27 '13|
|Technic3D||---||Sep 06 '13|
|techPowerUp!||8.4/10||Sep 25 '13|
|ThinkComputers||8/10||Sep 25 '13|
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"Starting with the build quality of the Shadow Rock 2 we have no complaints. It is a well assembled unit which shows no defects around the heatsink or base plate. In terms of design we always like to see a cooler which arrives as pre-assembled as possible which was the case here with the fan pre-attached. The install process was nice and simple too, especially on socket 2011."
"Very good cooling efficiency, low noise levels, medium-size, appearance, CPU Compatibility, 4 different directions to mount the fan, dual fan solution and covered with a 3 year warranty, what more can we ask from a CPU Cooler? Because of all of the above the Shadow Rock 2 by be quiet! takes our Golden Award."
"If you're looking for a well built CPU cooler, which looks nice and comes with a decent price tag, then the Shadow Rock 2 is worth considering. If you want a cooler, which is easy to install, then this is not the one."
"If you're thinking about an air cooling solution and you don't load your system to the limits, then the Shadow Rock 2 should be able to handle the load. If you are an overclocker or hardcore gamer and like to push your system, you may want to consider a more capable cooler."
"If you're using a 4770k/3770k and wanting to overclock then the Shadow rock 2 might not be for you. On the other hand, if you are using a 3570/4570k or any Sandy Bridge chip, and you want a super-quiet cooler, than this might fit your needs."