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Cooler Master Hyper 48

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About the Product

This cooler for Intel Socket 478/775 and AMD Socket 754/939/940 CPUs features "heat pipe technology" widely used in notebook and laptop PCs. The 92 x 25 x 92 mm fan runs at 1400 RPM, and 18.5 dbA. The heatsink measures 94 x 70 x 105 mm.

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Cooler Master Hyper 48 Reviews Rating: 86 out of 100 based on 3 ratings. 1 user review.

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Finally some peace and quiet 8.4/10 DDH Nov 20, 2004
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Meta Reviews

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BurnOut Pc 8.0/10 Nov 03 '04
ExtremeMhz.com  --- Dec 06 '04
Frosty Tech 80% Feb 26 '06
InsaneTek  --- Dec 15 '04
MadShrimps  --- Jan 05 '05
MetkuMods  --- Oct 29 '04
PC Perspective  --- Nov 10 '04
PimpRig.com 8/10 Jan 17 '05
Red & Blackness Mods 5/5 Nov 23 '04
SilentPCReview.com  --- Nov 02 '04
Viper's Lair  --- Nov 15 '04
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Cooler Master Hyper 48 Roundups and Shootouts

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Cooler Master Hyper 48 Review MadShrimps -- May 15 '05
Cooler Master Hyper 48 Review Planet 3DNow! -- Oct 27 '04
Cooler Master Hyper 48 Review X-bit labs -- Feb 24 '05

Frosty Tech on Feb 28 '06

"The Coolermaster Hyper48 is an older heatsink, and what was once a high end thermal solution is now really a mainstream cooler. The Hyper48 achieved a rise above ambient temperature of 31.7°C, with..."

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InsaneTek on Dec 15 '04

"This heatsink is definitely a good choice for both overclocking enthusiasts and quiet-system enthusiasts. The 92mm fan can be easily changed if users wish to look for increased performance, but..."

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MadShrimps on Jan 05 '05

"The Hyper 48 becomes a cooling monster when combined with a high output fan, while it will keep your CPU running sufficiently cool with the most silent fans."

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MetkuMods on Oct 29 '04

"...the cooler can be concidered to be cheap for its performance. All copper construction combined with four heatpipes seems to be the ticket for really good performance. Top this with low noise fan..."

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PC Perspective on Nov 10 '04

"The Hyper 48 performs very well, is quiet, easy to install and looks great. While performance might not seem to match that of Cooler Master’s Hyper 6, the Hyper 48 provides very good cooling with..."

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