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"Combining the performance value perspective and the quietness compared to Intel's boxed cooler, it's a no-brainer that buying Corsair's A50 CPU Cooler is more than worth it."
"The Corsair A50 CPU cooler has great performance, simple installation, good looks and an attractive price tag, bringing an excellent cost/benefit ratio to the average user, and thus deserving the Hardware Secrets Silver Award."
"The A50 is more a replacement for a stock cooler than an all out overclocking machine. Still, the cooler uses a tried and true design to offer the best cooling possible for those on a budget."
"The A50 provides a decent cooling performance at an affordable price: around $40-$50. While the A50 was designed to be better than stock or entry level coolers, I was pleasantly surprised that it put up a good fight against the more expensive Thermaltake Frio (high fan speeds on the Frio are WAYY too loud)."
"The A50, for such a thin cooler with a mid range fan pushing the air through it, I found it to be an admirable performer against a lot more expensive coolers in the top half of that list. It saves the buyer a bit of money by Corsair choosing to only paint the top fin, as that is all most of what you’ll ever see if the cooler is the top anyways. The clip-on fan shroud assembly really simplifies installation and will make maintenance later on easier as well. Taking the time to isolate the shroud and the fan both from each other and the fins is also a nice touch. While there were no audible rattles, the use of such measures is lost with the 64 DB of fully operating noise levels."