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Cooler Master Heatpipe

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About the Product

The CoolerMaster Heatpipe will supports the socket processors such as the socket7/370/A. The cooler run at 5500rpm at a 35dBa noise level, and is able to move air at 11.4CFM. The Heatpipe has a dimension of 50x50x10mm.

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Cooler Master Heatpipe Reviews Rating: 62 out of 100 based on 3 ratings.

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website score publish date article quality
ClubOverclocker  --- Feb 11 '02
Frosty Tech 88% Jan 11 '01
JSI Hardware 5/10 Nov 30 '00
PC Review 7/10 Oct 04 '00
Techwatch 6.5/10 Jan 02 '01
UK Gamer  --- Dec 08 '00
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"Cooler Master has really surprised me here as there is no doubt that this is the best heatsink they have ever made! This is a damn fine cooler and I highly recommend the Cooler Master HHC-001..."

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Frosty Tech on

"For our tests, the thermal pad which comes standard from Coolermaster was removed. We found that the temperature dropped about a degree once this was done. For comparisons sake this also yields a..."

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JSI Hardware on

"Cooler master have taken a different approach to cooling with the heat pipe cooler, instead of using the traditional "Fin" design where the heatsink has a number of fins and a fan sitting on top to..."

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PC Review on

"The FOP 32 performed the best, but it also costs the most... This is a very good HSF for overclocking, one of the best out there. The Heatpipe performs very well, but doesn't match the performance..."

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Techwatch on

"All tests where conducted under Windows 2000, using Seti@Home version 3.0, Winamp 2.64 and Motherboard Manager 5. For idle temp, I left the PC for 15 minutes, with the screen saver disabled and as..."

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