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Arctic Cooling Alpine 64 AM2 AM3 S939 500-2000RPM 36CFM Heatsink Fan

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Product Reviews

Arctic Cooling Alpine 64 AM2 AM3 S939 500-2000RPM 36CFM Heatsink Fan
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Rating: 8.7/10
Ben_N@NCIX
Rating:

Review Date: 11/26/12
Cons: Was back-ordered?

Pros: Cheap with PM
Comment:
Great option with PM. Am going to use it with hybrid DDR2\DDR3 ASRock Mobo and older AMD Athlon X2 AM2 CPU. Hopefully it cools well enough that I could upgrade to an OEM Phenom II X4 in the future. Dont forget to PM it for a great deal!!
thomas_p@NCIX
Rating:

Review Date: 08/05/12
Cons: It's a bit loud and if I over clock it, the CPU will go to about 70C and I think it's too much for my CPU

Pros: seem way better than stock heatsink. It keeps my phenom X4 955 at 50-60C. I hope that is normal for a CPU cause I dnt know much about the temps and cooling stuff.
Comment:
I definally think its an upgrade from stock. But if u plan to OC get a better one
Wizzo@NCIX
Rating:

Review Date: 07/12/12
Cons: Cheap plastic, fan cage broke easily!

Pros: Cheap, quiet enough for me.
Comment:
Decent enough for cooling needs. Managed to break off one of the plastic ridges around the fan (doesn't affect it at least) and one of the nubs on the corner. Seems to be doing a decent job keeping my CPU cool though.
Eric_L@NCIX
Rating:

Review Date: 03/12/12
Cons: none

Pros: Arctic Cooling pre applied MX2 thermal compound, Quiet 92mm fan
Comment:
I bought this cooler for my HTPC, But the cooler was too tall to fit in the case with the dvd drive installed. I only have 65mm for a cpu cooler and this cooler is 88mm.Would be great for a HTPC just make sure your case is big enough for it.
Lee007@NCIX
Rating:

Review Date: 01/10/12
Cons: None for this price range...

Pros: Very cheap, efficient, not really noisy...
Comment:
I got this heatsink a few months ago to replace my girlfriend's really noisy and inefficient stock AMD heatsink for a Phenom II quad-core processor. I wanted a cheap heatsink that could would be rather quiet and could fit in a micro-ATX case. This was just perfect, especially for such a low price!
JLiving@NCIX
Rating:

Review Date: 11/23/11
Cons: Weak clips, poor conductivity, very cheap... sigh.

Pros: Better than AMD Stock Cooler, reasonably quiet, very cheap.
Comment:
Hmmm, had to RMA the first one cause one of the clips popped off and left the tightening nut attached to the screw when I was trying to connect it to the mobo. The second one went on okay and seems to be working alright. It's still not terribly quiet and the lack of a copper contact plate definitely doesn't do wonders for it's heat conduction even with IC Diamond paste. In order to give it clearance for it's wide size it uses clips with tightening screws rather than the standard AM2/AM3 lever and clip system and this kind of sucks. In the end, it's still way quieter than the stock AMD cooler and what do you want for under $10 anyway? Good for cheap HTPCs with low clearance or just to replace a stock AMD cooler but if you can afford it, buy a Zalman or something.
[BF2] hillybilly@NCIX
Rating:

Review Date: 10/20/11
Cons: not for intel cpus

Pros: price, cools better than stock, quiet
Comment:
I have purchased a couple of these for oem processors and couldn't be happier with the results. A bit better than the ones that come with the retail cpu's and allows dabbling with an overclock.
WhatDayisitToday@NCIX
Rating:

Review Date: 10/17/11
Cons: -Not the quietest thing, but common, most people have more change lying around their backpacks than what this costs

Pros: -Costs less than a box of pens-Works marginally better than a stock CPU cooler
Comment:
Don't expect to do any kind of intense overclocking with this cooler unless you live in the antarctic 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 these up and turn your stock cooler into a glorified table coaster.
brent_t@NCIX
Rating:

Review Date: 10/11/11
Cons: none

Pros: Inexpensive, Quite Quiet ;)
Comment:
I originally bought this to cool a new athlon x3 cpu, and it did the job well enough on there, But couldnt handle the resulting temperature rise from overclocking/ unlocking 4th core. It now has its place on an old, but HOT Athlon 4400+ and is keeping the temps nice at 30-40c now. I'm happy
T-rob@NCIX
Rating:

Review Date: 09/01/11
Cons: absolutely none

Pros: Awesome valuefits into low profile htpc casescomes with artic cooling mx2 compound pre applied
Comment:
I bought it mostly to be quieter than the noisy stock hsf with my x4 630 idle temps are a few degrees cooler(22c) but load temps is where the big difference is (-12c from stock ) been priming for about 2 hours now and coretemp hasn't broke 50c yet(used to get to the low 60's )this is overclocked to 3.4 ghz in a low pro htpc case also...for 7 bucks you cant go wrong!!!
RamenNoodle@NCIX
Rating:

Review Date: 07/09/11
Cons: kind of gay to pay 8$ for a heatsink similar to the AMD retail one

Pros: silentcheap
Comment:
Had to buy this heatsink because I didn't read the description quite well before purchasing an AMD processor and it was OEM, so without a box and a heatsink. Im not disapointed but I wouldn't have purchased it to replace a stock heatsink since its fairly similar but alot more quiet.
MG@NCIX
Rating:

Review Date: 06/24/11
Cons: Mécacnisme d'installation inabituel et peut être long à installer sur une carte mère dans son boitier.Instructions d'utilisation pas assez détaillées.

Pros: Très bon prix.Bonne construction pour un refroidisseur bon marché.Supérieur aux ventilateurs d'origine d'AMD.Capacité suffisante pour la majorité des processeurs 1/2/3/4 coeurs d'AMD.Sliencieux même à pleine vitesse.
Comment:
J'utilise ce ventilateur sur un Phenom II X3 720 BE et il est beaucoup plus silencieux que le ventilateur d'origine de mauvaise qualité qui venait avec. Le refroidissement est supérieur et ce HSF et il a même la capacité de refroidir mon CPU avec le 4ième coeur débloqué et overclocké à 3.2 GHz sans aucun problème. Donc pas besoin de payer 50$ pour un gros refroidisseur à heatpipes pour faire de l'overclocking léger d'un Phenom II X4... Un très bon achat!
Michelle_J@NCIX
Rating:

Review Date: 06/06/11
Cons: not free

Pros: floating fan, quiet
Comment:
i was very surprised atb the quality of this heatsink for under $10, surprised by the size too.
Julien_F@NCIX
Rating:

Review Date: 05/29/11
Cons: rated at 90W max although I'm currently using it on a 95W Phenom II x4 955.

Pros: Cheapest amd cpu/fan available, great value for price.
Comment:
Installed two of these so far: one on a single core am2 cpu and the other one on a 95W Phenom II 955. The fan is rated for 90W max cpu's and the Phenom II 955 is 95W. CPU is running at 40 degrees and the fan is far from running at max speed. Would definitely buy again.
Herbert_C@NCIX
Rating:

Review Date: 05/24/11
Cons: none

Pros: price, looks function
Comment:
unbelievable that this sells for only eight dollars. Looks great, is very quiet, and does the job its supposed to, would definitely buy again.
Ericy@NCIX
Rating:

Review Date: 05/08/11
Cons: Big

Pros: Quiet, Easy to install, Cheap
Comment:
If you can find this on sale get it right away! It makes a great replacement for a noisy stock fan. It's whisper quiet. I am so glad I got it. I use my pc in my room and it's nice to not have a rumbling heatsink when i'm trying to sleep or something.
Ryan_B@NCIX
Rating:

Review Date: 04/21/11
Cons: none

Pros: worksno issues installing itbeats the stock
Comment:
my first cpu cooler for an amd!hopefully my last
Jonathan_F@NCIX
Rating:

Review Date: 04/04/11
Cons: cooling can be better

Pros: Easy to installQuiet
Comment:
Easy to install. can be beat for the price
Shahid@NCIX
Rating:

Review Date: 03/16/11
Cons: Little too big sometimes

Pros: Cheap, quiet, big, works better than stock
Comment:
Using it on a simple mildly overclocked dual core rig. Other than being too big for many mini itx boards, or any board with RAM or 12v connector very close to the CPU, its a great fan. No silly LED's, no retartedly loud fan, just a simple quiet unit that cools well. Provided your CPU isn't too power hungry (4-6 cores), and your not doing any extreme overclocking, this is more than adequate.
Jarid_T@NCIX
Rating:

Review Date: 02/16/11
Cons: A bit wide and can obstruct if you have tall ram with heatsinks.

Pros: Good Airflow, Solid Construction
Comment:
This is a solid and inexpensive CPU cooler that is an upgrade over stock OEM coolers. I used to do a slight over clock a dual core AMD processor past it's stock settings and this heat sink is doing it's job well. Be sure to mind the measurements though.
Ambrose_S@NCIX
Rating:

Review Date: 01/27/11
Cons: Did not fit MSI 870-G45

Pros: Cheap, good upgrade to the noisy stock heatsink
Comment:
Do not buy this if you are using the MSI 870-G45 motherboard. The heatsink will not fit the board once you have the ram installed. I was going to replace the noisy stock heatsink with this but I guess I have to buy another heatsink now.
Curtis_S@NCIX
Rating:

Review Date: 01/20/11
Cons: none

Pros: quieton sale 6.99
Comment:
using with an oem athalon II X3 (purchased from ncix) on a budget build. Got it on sale for 6.99 and am very pleased with it's performance. Would definitely buy again.
Yuk Wan_L@NCIX
Rating:

Review Date: 01/19/11
Cons: Huge

Pros: Quiet, durable
Comment:
This heatsink is better than the one that came stock but is pretty big for the mobo I got. But fits anyway.
Andreas@NCIX
Rating:

Review Date: 01/18/11
Cons: - nothing

Pros: cheapcools very wellquiet
Comment:
I got this on sale for $6.99 and what a steal.Very nice fan that rests on rubber legs.Very quiet.
Dan_P@NCIX
Rating:

Review Date: 01/15/11
Cons: Poor cooling.

Pros: Easy to installQuiet
Comment:
It is very easy to install.Idles at 45 degrees with a AMD Phenom II 555BE with three cores unlocked.It is better suited to a lower power cpu than the 555BEBut for the price it has it's places.
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