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Cooler Master Hyper TX Socket 775 CPU Cooler
Author: Jason Kohrs
Manufacturer: Cooler Master
Source: Cooler Master
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Cooler Master Hyper TX Socket 775 CPU Cooler
October 23, 2006

The Basics (continued):

With the shroud and fan removed, the 'naked' Hyper Tx is really a compact device. As far as modern heatpipe coolers go, it is one of the smallest I have seen or used.

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We also finally get a good look at the heatpipes in the images above, and it can be seen that 6 copper pipes (actually 3 u-shaped pipes) rise up from the copper base through the array of aluminum fins.


I have commented on the small stature of the Cooler Master Hyper TX, and now we can finally put it into perspective. The images below show the Hyper TX next to the much larger Thermalright Ultra-120. The Hyper TX is suspended in the air by the motherboard clips, and even with this cheat to look taller, the Ultra-120 is bigger in every direction.

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As another size reference, the fully assembled Hyper TX is shown below with the Scythe Infinity. The two coolers have a similar style, but the Infinity looks big enough to eat the Hyper TX whole!

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