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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.

User Reviews

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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

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"...the cooler performed quite nicely. The looks are brilliant, the performance is nice and it's very quiet. I was surprised by the size of the cooler weighing over 850 grams making it quite heavy...."

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ExtremeMhz.com on

"...except for the small items of clearance for a tall northbridge cooler and some bracket issues, there really was not a lot to complain about!"

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Frosty Tech on

"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

"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

"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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