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Cooler Master CM Sphere

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About the Product

The CM Sphere is a CPU cooling unit for Intel Socket 775 and AMD Socket AM2/754/939 CPUs that features a 68 x 68 mm ball bearing fan (2200 RPM, 22 dBA), and 132 x 113 mm copper heatpipe.

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Cooler Master CM Sphere Reviews Rating: 86 out of 100 based on 2 ratings.

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HardwareLogic 82/100 Oct 24 '07
Motherboards.org  --- Oct 18 '07
Overclock Intelligence Agency  --- Feb 27 '08
ThinkComputers 9/10 Sep 15 '08
Tweak Town 74% Feb 29 '08
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HardwareLogic on Oct 24 '07

"In the end, most users are going to find coolers in this same price range that will provide much better performance. There are other coolers out there that run just as quiet and perform about the..."

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Motherboards.org on Oct 19 '07

"These coolers are not for avant-garde overclockers, nor were they designed with the overclocker in mind. I have read a few reviews on line where this product gets kicked in the proverbial nut sack..."

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Overclock Intelligence Agency on Feb 28 '08

"As usual, Cooler Master has designed a good product that meets the needs of general users and computer enthusiasts alike. The Sphere is a very solid cooler, with sturdy copper fins firmly attached..."

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ThinkComputers on Sep 16 '08

"The Cooler Master Sphere is a fairly decent product. Despite some of the awkward installation procedures the Sphere still performs well. Even though it does perform well, it's about $10 more..."

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Tweak Town on Mar 03 '08

"If you are building a machine with a large window and want one of the best-looking coolers on the market then the Cooler Master Sphere will fill your desires. The Sphere would also work fine for..."

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