Fan Speed: 500 ~ 2000 RPM (Controlled by PWM signal)
Air Flow: 36.7 CFM / 62.2 m3/h
Cooling Capacity(max.): 90 W
Bearing: Fluid Dynamic Bearing
Noise Level: 0.4 Sone
Fan: 92 mm
Dimensions (WxLxH): 113.4 x 105.3 x 85 mm
Weight: 286 g
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First impression is that it is well-built, compact, smaller that the stock cooler. It works great after installing it. The idle temperature is 10 degrees lower than the stock cooler.
Don't expect to do any kind of intense overclocking with this cooler unless you live in the arctic or a freezer and work outside in -30 degree Celsius conditions. That being said, it performs marginally better than what you would expect a cheap cooler like this to actually do. If you're on a budget, pick one of (continued...)
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Reviewed by Brice rooting from Henderson, NV on 09/21/12
I shoud say nothing at this price tag. The fan is compact, fits my slim case well. I am not a overclocking geek, never push my CPU to its maxmium. Then, i am 100% satisfied with Alpine 11 Pro. It is easy to install, i do not even need the instruction. Well, just do not expect too much from it. You may purchase some powerful fan to cool your board. But that will cost you tripple the price.
Reviewed by Anonymous from Clarinda, IA on 09/12/12
silent, the noise is totally acceptable. You will not get disturbed by it.
Easy to install. It took me less than 30 mins to install the Alpine 11 Pro to my board. I did not even read the manual.
It is value for money. It is quite cheap. I think the performance is great in this price tag.
The dealer Just provide 1 year warranty.
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