Compatible with Intel Core i7 and Core i5, as well as AMD sockets
Excellent cooling performance - 130 Watts
Ultra quiet 92mm PWM fan
6 heatpipes and 42 fins for efficient heat dissipation
Patented vibration absorption to eliminate buzzing sounds
Support Intel Socket 1366/ 1156/ 1155/ 1150/ 775
Support AMD Socket AM3/ AM2+/ AM2/ 754/ 939
Fan Speed: 900 ~ 2500 RPM (controlled by PWM)
Bearing: Fluid Dynamic Bearing
Air Flow: 45 CFM / 77 m3/h
Max. Cooling Capacity: 130 Watts
Fan: 92 mm
Heat Sink: 58 x 104 x 126.5 mm
Weight: 520 g
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Reviewed by huy pham from oklahoma city, OK on 01/28/10
Much better than stock cooler. It does a good job if doing non or light over clock will Keep my i5 750 Idle at around 30C and 65C under 100% load at overclocked 3.2 Ghz, more than that temp could get up to 70C+. Installation was easy when u figured it out. Took me 10 mins to open and look at instruction sheet, 15 min to put this thing in. It fit OK on my GIGABYTE GA-P55A-UD3 LGA 1156. It does worth 26$ I spent. Shipping came in 3 days as expected.
I dont think it worth 37$ in newegg. Too bad not too many ppl know Ewiz yet.
Buy this baby here for only 26-27$ , don't buy it at newegg.
Reviewed by ASB from Taylorsville, UT on 02/14/10
Cooled my processor down about 10 degrees, it doesn't weigh 5 pounds like other coolers, it utilizes the original AMD bracket, you don't need to remove the motherboard to install it, and it's inexpensive,!
Reviewed by David P from Nampa, ID on 12/14/09
Works great. Went from 2.67 Ghz i7 920 with stock heatsink and fan to a nice 3.4 Ghz stable with Prime95. I'd say its worth every penny. Super easy to install no need to take out mobo like some others. Nice price too.
I've heard of people breaking pins off. But I couldn't imagine doing that without being completely careless. It was easy peasy.
Don't rush it. I used a screwdriver to help get the pins all the way in. But as long as you just take your time its cake. Just follow the picture instructions. Thats it.
My AMD processor on my 3 year old Gigabyte mother board had failed
and the computer store I purchased the Mother Board and CPU from said
I needed a new Mother Board, CPU and Memory Chips. The cost ... (more)