Home :: Reviews & Articles :: Forum :: Info ::
Bigbruin.com Bigbruin.com Tech
   
Cooler Master Hyper TX Socket 775 CPU Cooler
Author: Jason Kohrs
Manufacturer: Cooler Master
Source: Cooler Master
Purchase: PriceGrabber
Comment or Question: Post Here
Page: 1 of 6 [ 1 2 3 4 5 6 ]
Cooler Master Hyper TX Socket 775 CPU Cooler
October 23, 2006

Heatpipe technology is definitely the current standard for high performance processor air cooling. Just about every manufacturer in the processor cooling game has added heatpipes to their latest offerings, and Cooler Master is no exception. Cooler Master recently launched a handful of interesting new processor coolers, and the one up for review today is the Hyper TX, a relatively small heatpipe cooler intended for Socket 775 processors only.


The promotional image above provides an overview of the Cooler Master Hyper TX, and it shows that it follows the same basic formula used in most heatpipe coolers. As we go through the review we'll see what makes it different and perhaps better than others. Before we get to that, the following data from the Cooler Master website is provided to describe the features and specifications of the Hyper TX...

Features:

Comprehensive Cooling Solution: Cools CPU and the surrounding components
Compatibles with Intel LGA775 socket
Super silent CPU cooler at only 22 dBA.
Copper-based and aluminum heat sink with 3 embedded heat pipes design provides excellent heat dissipation
New 90 mm fan blade and frame design produces greater airflow as 100 mm fan
Easy installation design without removing the motherboard

Specifications:

Socket Type: Intel LGA 775
Fan Speed: 650 ~ 1800 R.P.M.
Fan Dimension: 92 x 92 x 25mm
Sound Pressure Level: 22dBA
Fan Air Flow: 41.76 CFM
Bearing Type: Long Life Bearing
Fan Life Expectancy: 40,000 hours
Heat Sink Dimension: 90 x 44 x 136.5mm
Heat Sink Material: Aluminum Fin
Weight: 484 g
Connector: 4 pin
Fan Speed Adjustment: Intelligent Fan Speed Controller

Packaging:

The images below show the front and back of the Hyper TX packaging. It is just about what you would expect from Cooler Master, featuring the typical purple and white color scheme, a good look at the product, and excellent detail on basic product data.

Click Image For Larger View Click Image For Larger View

« Home :: 1 :: 2 :: 3 :: 4 :: 5 :: 6 :: Next »

Share: 
Recent Content
Content Index

Advertisement

In The Forum
Forum Index

Bruin Tracks
Up to 35% off at Monoprice.com
eBay - Shop Victoriously!

  Click here to contact Bigbruin.com about advertising

Connect
Contact Us :: On Facebook :: On Twitter :: Newsletter :: Discussion Forum :: Links :: Sponsors :: RSS Feed :: Privacy Policy
Copyright © 2000 - 2015 Bigbruin.com - All rights reserved