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600 - 2500 RPM
14.8 - 23.6 dB
- 13 points
- 24 days ago
from completed build Esteban's ITX Elite 130 - Ryzen 5 build
Even though my build (using a Ryzen 5 3600) could go well enough with the included Wraith Stealth cooler (with more space between the cooler and the PSU inside the Elite 130), I picked this one because I was looking for a quieter system with room to improve (an eventual overclock if needed).
This cooler delivers: It leaves 1cm between it's fan and the PSU fan inside the Cooler Master Elite 130, takes advantage of the case's airflow (if placed in the right orientation), is quiet and, of course, keeps the CPU cool enough.
- 11 points
- 5 months ago
from completed build Budget AMD machine for gaming and other work
I've heard Noctua makes great products, but now I truly understand. This cooler has been working out extremely well. I decided to replace the fan with the grey Redux line offered by Noctua. Fan rarely has to spin to it's max speed so this has been a great addition to keep my build on the quiet side.
- 10 points
- 28 months ago
from completed build Alphonse all "red"
Bought to replace stock faulty cooler. It runs @ 1.200rpm on idle, but it's not noisy. The Noctua quality are the best. It comes with lot of accessory. Also che installation is very simple. Keeps my Ryzen 3 @ 28° on idle and max 60° on load. Noctua said it can manage 95W CPU with an appropriate cooled case, but i suggest the Noctua U12S for 95W.