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MASSCOOL 8WA743 92mm Long Life CPU Cooler

MASSCOOL 8WA743 92mm Long Life CPU Cooler (Masscool by Fanner Tech: 8WA743)
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MASSCOOL 8WA743 92mm Long Life CPU Cooler
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Rating: 8.27/10
With 22 User Reviews
Bowen
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Review Date: 09/14/13
Comment:
for its price its pretty silent and cools extremely effectively. instruction sheet was truly terrible, someone with no practical experience easily could mess up. operating in property constructed server 2008r2 exchange 2010 sql 2008r2 machine and averaging 120 deg F.
Bjorn
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Review Date: 07/01/13
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easy to mount on board. runs 35 idle 70s beneath load. core i7 930 two.8 ghz. gigabyte ga x58a ds5 motherboard. (socet 1336). noise not an concern. none functions as anticipated
Fremont
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Review Date: 02/27/13
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This is a wonderful unit for the price, most other units at this value point use the flimsy push in retention system, this 1 utilizes a good sturdy bolt via kit. it keeps my core 2 quad a6600 at wonderful tempuratures. due to the fact its a pwm unit it is almost silent (except for startup) none that i can assume of, greatest bang for buck s775 cooler in its class hands down nice compact cooler and fantastic for smaller cases
Macaria
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Review Date: 11/22/12
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It came in a box Practically ruined my Core i7 920, it's only by the grace of some devine becoming it didn't fully melt. I watched in the BIOS as the CPU temperature shot up to 113 C then noticed when I took this thing off that, as 1 reviewer already stated, it doesn't sit ideal on LGA 1366 sockets. Go ahead and get this if you want to watch your Core i7 fry...
Urian
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Review Date: 09/19/12
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quiet...only when you have the auto speed setup on the mobokeeps my i-5 750 2.66 @ three.5ghz 25C idle and 47 under prime 95 little fft stress test where as the stock intel cooler idled at 40-45C and maxed out @ about 70C gets kinda loud at greater speeds but when its speeding up so are my video cards ƒ-4870 in cf) so its not that bad as lengthy as you have it setup to exactly where at the lowest temps its idling at about 800 rpm its fine since by the time its speeded up i have headphones on playing a game for the guys who have troubles with this item on quad cores idk what you did incorrect but it functions just fine for me with a fairly modest overclock and the as-5 may well have produced the distinction because its not a verry lapped base at all... its in fact very roughthis is my initially aftermarket cooler and was truly simple to install it kinda sucked because the hole in my backplate wasnt in the correct spot so i had to take outthe motherboard but that isnt the coolers fault its inwin's for placing it too low lol but it fits in my inwin maelstrom case with a lot of space to spare
Mervin
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Review Date: 09/13/12
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Keeps CPU extremely cool under loadInstallation was fairly easy. Loud This tiny puppy keeps my i7 operating cool beneath heavy loads. Only dilemma is it is a wee bit loud. As soon as I have my headphones on it isn't an concern, but I can see it being one if you don't use headphones or are just undertaking something other than gaming.Only 4 eggs for this cooler.
Mona
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Review Date: 09/02/12
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Very quite!!! uncomplicated to install.. have it on a 6600 runs great and cool.. mmmm none
Ariana
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Review Date: 08/22/12
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installs easily, preocssor runs cool. none i ordered a second 1 of these due to the fact i was upgrading the processor in my wifes machine and the old stock intel cooler didnt function that nicely. put this onto a gigabyte ep45-ud3l with a socket 775 q9550 two.8ghz. set up was a breeze.
Gwen
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Review Date: 08/21/12
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cools fantastic with overclocking 1 is on a core i5-750 oc'd to three.6 ghz 45C max below prime 95 for 1 hour idle about 30cand now on a core 2 quad 8300 oc'd to 3.5 ghz keeping it beneath 50c under prime95 for an hr fan isnt the quietest with the automatic fan speed on my mobo it works wonderful its silent till im undertaking intensive tasks which generally finish up with me and my headphones on or my surround sound blaring! :D the second 1 i got from an un named auction site for 5 bucks had to get a new fan for it it created rattling noises
Neena
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Review Date: 07/10/12
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None. - "Noise Levelᚼ-34dBA"It does not run at 20 - 34dBA, it runs at 50 - 55dBA. I in fact measured the noise output from 1m away.- Starting to fail soon after two months. Every time I start off up my personal computer this cooler makes a grinding dieing sound now and it just won't quit. It is loud sufficient that although leaving my computer system operating in my downstairs office, I can CLEARLY hear the fan operating when I am upstairs in the living area/kitchen. Granted I can only hear it faintly, but contemplating we are talking 1 story up, I must not be in a position to hear it.I can clearly hear it in just about every space around the personal computer, so much so that I truly do need to have to turn stuff up louder to drown it out. It is a total waste of income. Everyone that comes more than truly makes a point of telling me that I have the loudest computer system they have ever heard. Once I disconnected this heatsink cooler from the energy supply, my computer system ran whisper quiet.
Summer
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Review Date: 07/09/12
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keeps my cpu temps down to exactly where i like it non as of however i got this from another place. but for what i payed for it. it was a nevertheless. cpu was running at 120f just before i got this now it runs among 80f and 90f
Kendi
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Review Date: 06/27/12
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Cheap, substantial, backplate/screw-in retention, quiet, keeps CPU cool. Necessary hacking to fit my motherboard (ECS G41T-M) Because this cooler was produced to fit many distinct sockets, the backplate and mounts are fairly large. I had to cut a bit off the mount and backplate to fit on my ECS board with an LGA775 socket.General, wonderful cooler. Keeps my E5200, running at three.1GHz, several degrees cooler than the OEM Intel heatsink.Also, do oneself a favor and throw away the integrated thermal paste. Its just about as great at transferring heat as toothpaste.
Melchior
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Review Date: 04/28/12
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Effortless Install out of case. (MOBO not installed in case however). Excellent cooling for i7 920 with MX-2. I originally utilised Arctic Silver Ceramique. Temps 40+ idle, 70+ load. Switched to Arctic MX-2 + Cleaner/Purifier. Temps 20-30 Idle, 55 load. All at 2650rpm.Smaller enough for modest circumstances, good value. A bit noisy at 3000rpm, but the noise makes me feel good, like it's working. I leave the fan at 75% and the noise is almost unnoticable.
Marla
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Review Date: 04/27/12
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Effectively, I was selling my old Asus V60 Cooler on an auction website which was for a Socket 775 (My old Q9550) and necessary a new one. The Asus was Enormous!. This a single is fairly big as nicely. My old case, an Antec P182 Full Tower, handled the Asus very effectively. My New case an Antec Dark Fleet DF-30 Mid Tower handles this MassCool really nicely also. Room to spare. It looks much better than the Asus did and so far Cools my i5-750 Quad better than anticipated. For the cost and overall performance you can't go wrong here. At initial I was a tiny intimidated by the installation directions. Possibly that' just me, but right after reading thru them a couple of occasions I got the back plate installed on my Gigabyte GA-P55A-UD4P Motherboard. The Backplate has a soft cushion on one particular side that goes against the back on the Motherboard and the CPU Retention plate and they don't sit flat against every other. That concerned me, but following I just installed it according to the directions it worked perfectly. Other than a little confusion ahead of installation, this CPU cooler is perfect in my setup. I would suggest this to any individual developing a new 1156 setup.
Banagher
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Review Date: 02/06/12
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decent size cooler for a decent price Will not mount correctly. Due to the really poor style of the mounting program i may possibly have critically overheated my Q9550. I cant be positive however as i am ordering a replacement CPU cooler as this one particular simply will not seat adequately. buy a various CPU cooler
Benjy
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Review Date: 02/04/12
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Using with Intel i7-930 stock idles in the mid-high 20's C even though carrying out maximum torture below Prime 95 it tops out at 55 C. Ran a small hotter prior to the thermal compound 'set', but only five C so no concern at all.Reasonably quiet compared to components I've had in the past, and this factor mounts like a dream compared to the final program I built years ago (Athlon XP dual core). None so far. Just make sure you get rid of the plastic film from the bottom before installation. To those complaining about mounting this: it is not excellent but is Significantly much better than with previous generations of sockets.To men and women who've practically destroyed their CPU's, I would guess either A: the fan wasn't secured or working, B: the plastic film wasn't removed or C: the paste was poorly applied.
Tadelesh
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Review Date: 09/23/11
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Bought this cooler on price and its overall size. Have no dilemma fitting this on a Gigabyte EP45T UD3L with a E6500. You would do far better off replacing all the washers they give you with modest plastic washers. Keeps my cpu cool and pretty quiet. PWM fan is a plus. Wish it was all cooper, but for the price you cant go wrong. Make confident when you put the mounting bolts on the mobo you make them Quite tight, then they wont unscrew when you mount the cooler. As long as you do this, mounting the cooler is incredibly easy. Easiest install on a cooler I've completed in a while. 1st cooler ive bought that wasnt mainstream.
Alethea
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Review Date: 09/21/11
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Great socket 775 cooler. Simple to install. Sturdy mounting technique. Gigabyte EP43T-UD3L - E6600 Wolfdale overclocked to 3829 - CPU Temp 33 idle 56 max operating Orthos Blend. Motherboard will need to have to be removed unless you have an access hole on the back of the tough drive tray. Thankfully my HEC 6BRBBB case gave me access. Have been utilizing a MassCool 8WA741 in a different laptop for about a year and it is still keeping an E5200 Wolfdale overclocked to 3325 cool and stable.
Aloysius
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Review Date: 09/12/11
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Hmmmm...when it was first installed, it worked properly. It fits medium sized cases OK, but with not a lot of room to spare. Superior if you're not going to overclock a good deal. This worked pretty very good when I first installed but as the ambient temps rose, the CPU temp rose to the point exactly where my machine shut down regularly, even in an air conditioned room. Removing, cleaning and reinstalling with fresh paste would lower temps for a while, but in a day or two they would creep up once again. Also, with the fan operating full on it is loud. Installation is the usual discomfort in the neck for this kind of cooler. At initial this kept temps cool and even. As it 'wore in' it got much less efficient. Now, I have a Pentium D 840 3.2G 2M몸 clocked to three.7G. I had to lower the clock frequency to three.three in order to get it to only shut down once a day. I replaced it yesterday with a Rosewill from here and so far so great. I have exceeded my previous level of 3.7 and have now gone to three.8 and the program is staying cool.
Blithe
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Review Date: 06/06/11
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Had this cooler for over 2 years now and it has kept my OC'd E8400 C2D Ɠ.8ghz 9x425) idle @ 38c and full load (gaming, encoding, etc etc) in no way goes over 50c. None concerning the cooler tho the fan inside has started to make a loud ticking noise and I'll be replacing it soon if possible. This was a random buy and turned out to be great for a quite inexpensive cost, lasting 2 years prior to any issues appeared.My Rig:e8400 C2D OC'd to 3.8ghzGigabyte GA-X48-DS5 Mobo2x2gb Corsair XMS2 MemoryNvidia gtx460 1gb GPU OC'dMasscool 8wa743 CPU Cooler1tb Samsung Spinpoint Media drive250gb HDD main drive (ordering an SSD soon)Storm Scout case
Jabilo
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Review Date: 05/30/11
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Great customer serves and it has a good amount of cooling for a low cost. keeps my i5 quad at 45C under heavy loads. it is loud at 100%, but I set the max around 90% and I can't hear it under my desk. The cooler was missing some parts when I got it, but immediately after I referred to as them, they sent the missing parts out and I got them inside the week.
TY Lam
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Review Date: 05/08/10
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Quiet, light and very easy to manage. Put a fan controller on this thing, put the CPU by the window, and my god, just a stable 36 degrees. Jack of the fan controller when playing games and just open the window, went up to about.... 39 degrees. Impressive, 39 when playing games..... Can barely hear it.... the closest thing you can get to not having a fan at all.
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Product Features

92mm Fan Heat Sink

Masscool 8WA743 CPU Cooler
You can use the Masscool CPU Cooler to remove heat quietly and efficiently. The Masscool CPU Cooler is very powerful and efficient, which is ideal for any PC to keep it running at optimal temperatures. It is built with a speed of 800~2,800 RPM, which makes connecting easy with the 4 pin connectors that installs in a jiffy. This CPU cooler also features a copper base and solid 3 heatpipe design that offers increased efficiency. Buy the Masscool 8WA743 CPU Cooler now!

What It Is And Why You Need It:

  • 800-2800RPM; enhances the speed and power
  • 4 pin connector with PWM; enables quick and easy connectivity
  • Copper base and solid 3 heatpipe; increases the efficiency of the cooler

Product Specifications

 
Type: Fan & Heatsinks
RPM: 800-2800RPM +/-10%
Air Flow: 29.27-51.21CFM
Noise Level: 20-34dBA
Power Connector: 4 Pin
Compatibility: LGA 1156 / LGA 1366 / LGA 775
Fan Dimensions: 92 x 92 x 25 mm
Heatsink Dimensions: 95 x 95 x 104 mm
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