Cooler Master GeminII M4 Pro Reviews
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"Bottom line, the low profile Coolermaster Gemin II M4 heatsink offers good thermal performance at full fan speed in sub-75mm tall PC enclosures. The heatsink is generally very quiet, but operating this cooler at its slowest fan speed is best reserved for sub-95W TDP computer processors."
"The cooler is tiny and is a nice little device to include in a small system. I do think that it could be improved with higher fan speeds, as it top fan speed only goes up to 1600RPM. With the silent fan adapter installed the cooler is extremely quiet, you can hardly hear it at all, thus making this cooler perfect for a HTCP system again."
"Installation is childsplay, but requires the removal of the motherboard as you need to install the backplate. The GeminII M4 retails around 27 euros. Cheap, plus you get awarded with a super compact cooling solution, that does what it was designed for : to cool down your precious CPU. The GeminII M4 can be highly recommended for users that want a low profile CPU cooler for their HTPC, mini PC's."
"Installation was rather straight forward and consisted of picking the proper mounting rails and bolting the entire assembly to your motherboard. We do feel the mounting method is rather dated considering that most companies have converted to using riser plates but the system does work, albeit being a little cumbersome. The new rails for LGA2011 look promising and are much easier to use, simply attach them to the heatsink base and screw them into the CPU socket plate."
"The Cooler Master GeminII M4 is a great little cooler if you are working with space restrictions. If you are working with a mATX or ITX system in a small form factor enclosure this cooler is definitely worth a look. It will fare way better than that of the stock cooler when it comes to cooling performance and remain just as quiet. And these are two of the main factors of a CPU cooler when working in these tight confinements."