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Product Reviews

COOLER MASTER Hyper N 520 RR-920-N520-GP 92mm Sleeve CPU Cooler
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Rating: 9.46/10
Baylee
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Review Date: 09/12/13
Comment:
I'm utilizing this on a Core i5 760 @ 3.06 Temp ranges from 28c (idle) to 47c (running Prime95 stress test) It's relatively massive. I'm utilizing Artic Silver five thermal paste.
Mave
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Review Date: 08/23/13
Comment:
I was a bit skeptical of the dual push/pull fan, but the specs on how quite it was nonetheless made me attempt it out. I need to say it was far better than I was expecting. Mounting hardware was straightforward to install and its quieter than each of my silent 120mm fans of varying create.My CPU temp is at 36C right now with the CPU at 15% usage continual w/stock CPU speed of the i7-2600k.Motherboard temp is 26C for comparison.I have two 120MM fans and an 80mm blowing into the case with a single 120mm fan blowing the PS heat out. Practically nothing but cool air flowing out of the case. The guidelines are pretty vague, but its only a heat sink so doesn't need to have considerably. I laughed when I saw the stock cooler that came with the i7-2600k, I am glad I got this cpu cooler simply because I wouldn't have wanted to use the stock cooler at all expenses.
Zafirah
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Review Date: 08/20/13
Comment:
Not too massive, not also tiny. Just appropriate size. It allows clear access to all memory sticks on my ASUS Crossfire. Fans are loud for my tastes and they are three-pin. If you are fanatical about quiet like me, you'll want to replace them like I did.
Enrico
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Review Date: 08/17/13
Comment:
low value, nice desing, low weight, functioning with Intel® Xeon® Processor E5620 at 26° typical operate and 38° at full load no OC. NONE (quite large take care with some situations) (quite major take care with some cases, dont fit in someones)
Aida
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Review Date: 08/15/13
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QuietKeeps idle temp about 36C and around 52C in anxiety testingAppears niceBuilt properly None When installing "Cooler Master" need to be capable to be study, not upside down :)
Zeroun
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Review Date: 08/13/13
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Ease of installment.Fits into the In Win Fanqua case without having any concern. Resonates a very annoying wobbly sound like spinning off centered of axle or missing a blade. Remedied the wobbly sound by splitting the power connectors.1 to CPUfan and the other to Sysfan1.Controlled fan speeds with Speedfan to push @ 1800 rpm and pull @ 1200 rpm**to match the rpm of rear exhaust fan Manufacturer Response:Dear Valued Consumer - We sincerely apologize for any inconvenience. It sounds to us that the fan/s on this cooler are bad. Please know that you can replace free of charge below warranty through the Element Request below. If you have any queries relating to replacement, please make contact with us by way of the Live chat hyperlink under. Respectfully - CMUSA Consumer Support.External Link(s): Live chat| Portion Request|
Nida
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Review Date: 08/10/13
Comment:
- Looks good- Quiet- CoolerMaster makes great stuff- Drops temps nicely- got it at ี.99 Had to fully get rid of my mobo to set up this point, but it did'nt take that long ྐྵ minutes) and I applied the chance to give my box and elements a great cleaning; so I guess it's was'nt that much of a con. At this price tag point this cooler will meet the desires of absolutely everyone except the most really hard core enthusiast. I dropped this into my box when I couldn't take the noise of my 1090T's stock fan (it sounded like a turbine engine following 10 minutes of BFBC2 or video rendering). Now it's as quiet as a mouse for the duration of game play and temps have been reduced quite nicely, from 54C down to 46C at peak load, and from 32C to down to 28C at idle. If you can get this on sale like I did, then don't hesitate, you won't be sorry.Gigabyte GA-890GPA-UD3H Win 7 - 64) Phenom II 1090T BE (OC to 3.eight)Gskill Ripjaws DDR3 1600 @ 7-8-7-24Radeon HD 6850 1gb GDDR5Coolermaster 500W psu
Atticus
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Review Date: 07/24/13
Comment:
Well... it does an awesome job cooling the CPU. I have a Sandy Bridge i5 2500K (normally three.3GHz, running @ four.7GHz) and it keeps it good and cool. Idle temperature is around 23c - it will run beneath 55c under typical load which is quite awesome. Only when I run Intel Burn Test do I even get up to 60-63c variety. It is enormous.... I can't anxiety this sufficient. This is *NOT* for tiny cases. I have a NZXT Vulcan mATX case and it does match, but there is not a lot of headroom for clearance.MAKE Positive YOU MEASURE YOUR CASE Ahead of YOU Get. Weighs a lot, and can be type of clunky to install mainly because of the weight / bracket that you have to mount on the back of the motherboard. Getting the pins in position to match the socket 1156񳁳 position can be difficult given that it is correct in the middle. That is the dilemma with coolers that are made to be universal is that it can be cumbersome to set up with all the brackets they offer.
Nicolette
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Review Date: 07/16/13
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Appears to be doing a pretty fantastic job cooling, low noise also. Nicely produced, nice lap job. For the size of this point, and dual fans in push/pull, i believed it would have cooled a tiny better. But i am running at 4.5 ghz on a intel chip, so i guess 70c beneath full load isn't as terrible as i believe it is.. Been a AMD user for 20 years and seeing 70c is taking some getting applied to.. I don't know why persons are complaining about how hard it was to install. It was pretty well fail proof. Took about five minutes to set up. It also fits over dual Ripjaws X dimms with their massive heat spreaders.
Kachina
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Review Date: 07/16/13
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Dropped idle temps on my Phenom II 965 125W from 50C to ㅞC (used Arctic Silver 5 CPU paste). Haven't place it beneath full load yet, but during black ops game play hasn't got more than 46C. It fit proper in my case (see other thoughts) and seems to have enough space to side fan that I also installed.Not a wallet breaker. Set up is a small tricky, but not even near bad adequate to dock an egg and I did it by myself in ង minutes. Instruction photos are clear sufficient, but could be greater for the not so tech savvy. Present Setup:- ASUS M4A79XTD EVO AM3 AMD 790X ATX AMD Motherboard-> AMD Phenom II X4 965 Black Edition Deneb 3.4GHz four x 512KB L2 Cache 6MB L3 Cache Socket AM3 125W Quad-Core Processor-> G.Talent Ripjaws Series 8GB ƒ x 4GB) 240-Pin DDR3 SDRAM DDR3 1600 (PC3 12800) Desktop Memory Model F3-12800CL9D-8GBRL-> SAPPHIRE 100279-1GL Radeon HD 4870 1GB 256-bit GDDR5 PCI Express 2. x16 HDCP Ready CrossFire Supported Video Card-> Rosewill RP550V2-D-SL 550W ATX12V v2.01 SLI Ready CrossFire Ready Power Supply-> SAMSUNG Spinpoint F4 HD204UI 2TB 5400 RPM SATA three.0Gb/s three.five" Internal Hard Drive -Bare Drive (along with 4 other really hard drives)
Harlan
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Review Date: 07/11/13
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* Very good cooler* Smaller then my old one particular (Hyper 212+)*Push and Pull Config Pre-Setup*Decent Amount of air circulation*Fancy Glossy FansƦin1Pin motherboard Connector *Slow fans 񢆈RPM Max)ჄMM*Does not cool as nicely as I was expecting Previously to this make, I had an Q6600, with a Hyper 212+ at three.6GHZ and it ran incredibly cool! About 30-35C on idle and 50-60C on stress. This is on my new build, utilizing a Phenom II 955 @ three.8GHZ, and after a 24HR Prime95, temps were at 69C (suggested max for this processor are 62C which is considerably reduced then my Q6600) I'm questioning if this is since AMD's run a tad bit hotter, or due to the fact this merely is a crappier cooler then the Hyper 212+ Push and Pull Config*If you have the space in your case, get the 212+, and buy another fan with it(comes with 1) you will be much more pleased then this!
Kenneth
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Review Date: 07/08/13
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For the cost and size I couldn't be happier.It dropped the idle temp on my OC i5-2500k by about 10 degrees. Under complete load, the distinction was very noticeable.Running Prime95 with that processor and an Antec900 case + stock cooler the temp would take off. It would simply hit 75+ until I stopped it. With this new cooler and the processor OC to four.4GHz the temp on Prime95 never gets above 60.The installation wasn't practically as terrible as some of the other testimonials make it look. While, I had a case with the mobo processor cutout. Took about 15-20 min. None actually. When it's not 120mm it nevertheless is pretty hefty. Make sure you have space. My Setup:Intel i5-2500k OC to four.4GHzMSI P67A-GD65(B3) Mobo8GB Gskill Series X Ripjaw OC to 1600MHzWD Caviar Blue 500GB 7200RPM Sata3 Hard DriveAntec900 CaseSapphire HD 5870 2GB Graphics Card
Sumayah
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Review Date: 06/15/13
Comment:
well createdpriced effectivelysaved more than 10usd over the hyper 212 when this is just as very good!before idle 45c and 67c load / following idle 31c and 49c loadie. playing black op's and crysis 2 on max settings for hours and cpu under no circumstances seen more than 49c with this cooler! none at all...didn't buy it sooner? function's on all my cpu's ! i have a 939 opteron 185, a core2duo E6400 and a core2quad Q8400 and sandybridge i5 2500 i place this on, and this will match all my cpu's if required, i will acquire far more of these in future!worked out of box so uncomplicated on LGA 1155 sandybridge i5 2500!took 3 minutes, took longer to take mobo out of caSE than it did to apply this cooler! very effectively built, heavy duty cooler, and annoying loud, just proper! bang for the buck correct right here!
Karen
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Review Date: 06/10/13
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Outstanding little cooler. With my 955 be at stock speed undervolted to 1.25Vcore I was obtaining @ 34C idle and 52C load. Now throw this little terrible boy into the mix and I'm at 3.8GHz @ 1.35 Vcore and I'm idling at 32C and 48C load temps. 'Nuff stated. I can take this to 4GHz, but the added speed isn't worth it, so 3.eight 24ǝ and I have no worries. Unless you strategy some intense overclocking, this is certainly the cooler you want to get. I have to say, I can't consider of a single one particular. The installation was really effortless as extended as you have a cutout in your case. I used mx-two TIM, but I have employed the cooler master TIM prior to and it is truly very fantastic. Get this, you will not regret the buy.
Suvan
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Review Date: 06/09/13
Comment:
Comes with brackets to fit nearly any installation. Somewhat quiet for it's size.Moves a fantastic deal of air. Want it came with a four pin motherboard connector and not just a 3pin. Didn't understand how massive this factor is, but it fit in my NZXT Vulcan case, with a small room to spare.
Nathan
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Review Date: 05/27/13
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This cooler is probably the finest for its dollar. Sliced off 14 degrees idle ࿌C to 30C) and in all probability more than 20 (I don't know the exact since my computer shuts down after 60C). The push/pull fans are stunning and work completely. The shine on the bottom of the copper heatsink was awesome. Even so, the set up is challenging. If you don't have a case with a cpu cutout on the back, it's really difficult. You actually have to take your computer system apart, pull the mobo out and place it back together once again. Undoubtedly NOT for the tech unsavvy. (Of course, if you're worried about CPU temps then you almost certainly aren't one of these people.)
Egan
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Review Date: 05/12/13
Comment:
Phenom II X4 965 at 23c idle, 46c max at complete load and anxiety test, motherboard recognized the 3 pins and is in a position to manage it. will update if any. Fits completely in an antec 900 case.
Pabla
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Review Date: 04/23/13
Comment:
My cpu idles at a frosty 25 C, hell even with games running I've yet to see it go more than 35 C.Under load it is miles reduce than with the stock cooler.And you can't hear it more than my 4850x2 so... I guess its pretty quiet. IT IS Enormous!!!!!! (Not genuinely a con... as.. properly.. whatever.. >_>) The installation was mainly painless...It blocks fairly substantially each and every connector on the upper appropriate corner of my motherboard.I had to push the 8 pin for my CPU in with a stick...But all that aside, I appreciate this cooler.Just don't be dumb like me and plug stuff in prior to you screw your mobo into the case...As of posting this... my CPU is at 27 C.If you have heat troubles GET THIS Issue! They will go away suitable quickly when you pop this undesirable boy in.
Shawn_L@NCIX
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Review Date: 04/16/13
Cons: Non-PWM Fans

Pros: Small Tower Cooler92mm Push/Pull Fans
Comment:
I bought this cooler to replace a Coolermaster GeminS524 Top Down Cooler in an HTPC NMedia 2000b case. The Gemin S524 could not keep my OC'd Phenom II 965 below 62 degrees c 4.03Ghz(1.4125v).I removed both 92mm fans that came with this cooler and replaced them with Coolermaster Blademaster 92mm PWM fans. I priced matched the fans down to $5.x each. This N520 cooler can actually keep my Phenom around 57-58 degrees under full load which is 5 degrees cooler then the Gemin S524. The fans do spin up to ~2800rpm's 100% to obtain this temperatures. At idle I am seeing a steady 43 degrees with both fans c 45% (~1800rpm) which is what the stock fans spin at that come with this kit. I would say that this cooler is at it's limits with a 125watt tdp cpu.
Genero
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Review Date: 03/19/13
Comment:
Cheap. Nice strong headsink. Its Large. Get prepared to get rid of side fans or get out the dremel.Kind of tricky to set up.There is no airflow diagram to show which way air flows by means of the heatsink. Despite the fact that prevalent sense told me, by searching at the fans, and the truth that the "Cooler Master" stamp would be upside down, I installed the heatsink exactly as it was shown in the "diagram" (if you want to get in touch with it that) and the picture on the box.The diagram and box are incorrect. Immediately after discovering that air flow was reversed, rather than get rid of the heatsink, I removed the fans and switched them.
Mahon
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Review Date: 03/10/13
Comment:
Beneath me is a Ryan who thinks this requires two folks to install it cracks me up two far more hands would be in my way. then I read a stevo who says his air is becoming pushed in the wrong direct and thinks it is built incorrect. Hey Stevo why don't you spin it 180 degrees rather than blaming something incorrect with it? It will go either way absolutely nothing different about it obtaining to turn it about. It actually goes the right way so that you visually see the great side of it rather than they back side of it when it is pushing air out of the case. Men and women right here crack me up pondering points are to blame on the hardware when they don't know how to do one thing or can not get some thing to work because they lack information. For the value this is a great cooler does what it is suppose to do like it is suppose to do. Keeps my cpu cooler than the stock one particular. LOLINTEL 2600K SANDY BRIDGECOOLER MASTER N-520 COOLERASUS P8P67 EVO LGA 11558GB G.Skill RIPJAWS X SERIES2-60GB OCZ SSD'S RAID-ATI 5850 VIDEOCOR None other than these who don't know what they are performing or lack knowledge don't blame the components get a clue alternatively. fantastic for the value! Good job Cooler Master!
Virginie
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Review Date: 02/28/13
Comment:
I'm employing it on a 965BE OC'd to three.6GHz, which isn't a lot, but it's sufficient for me for now.When I want additional power later on, I'm sure it will be simply overclockable to three.8-four. GHz, and this cooler will be good nonetheless.With C&Q turned off it idles at 33c, and max is 44c at complete load with Prime95. First one particular came defective (It was missing threading on a leg), but Newegg's buyer service a lot more than created up for it, and the second one is ideal. I would definitely purchase a single again, and would advise it as well.Because it's also smaller than most heatsinks, I'm confident it would match in most smaller sized instances as well.
Sana
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Review Date: 02/24/13
Comment:
Wonderful value, match perfectly inside my case, keeps CPU at area temp when its not under anxiety. Keeps in the in the mid 40's when beneath strain.OC'd my CPU from two.four - three GHz and it nonetheless kept it below 55C w/ max anxietyIncredible job for the cost. It didn't bother me also substantially but don't get this considering you can slap it on your in CPU in a couple minutes - install is quite tedious but that can be mentioned for most bigger coolers Just some install guidance - take the mobo out for easiest installation, if someone can lead you a assisting hand get it. Install is fine by oneself but it would go less complicated with a person else.
Cavan
Rating:

Review Date: 02/11/13
Comment:
Does an adequate cooling job for the cost. Lowered CPU temp 5C from stock fan/heatsink (AMD Phenom II X3 720 BE). Hope it will drop a handful of additional degrees after the Arctic Silver five has broken in. Loud. Quieter than my stock fan/heatsink (nicknamed "The Banshee), but if that's 19 dB, it ought to be measured at about 5 meters. Other fans (that also claim 19 dB) are drowned out by the vibrating hum of the 92mm fans. Want I had gotten the bigger 120mm push/pull, at least then I could very easily replace the crizappy loud fans with actual silent ones. Perversely, they're Coolermaster, also. Wasn't also hard to install, but not the most enjoyable experience in a mid-tower... Manufacturer Response:Dear Valued Client - We sincerely apologize for any inconvenience. Telling from your description, it sounds to us the fans are operating at complete speed. Please check with your motherboard manufacturer to discover out how to get them to run at a steady medium speed. If you have any other inquiries, please let us know via the Reside Chat hyperlink under. Respectfully - CMUSA Customer Assistance.External Hyperlink(s): Live Chat|
Jaegar
Rating:

Review Date: 02/10/13
Comment:
The great factor about this cooler is that even under full tension from intelburn my 965 BE at 3.4 only reached 50 C. the sound of the fans compared to the stock one from AMD is like night and day. Sort of a pita to set up for an AM3 but offered a tiny bit of time it genuinely isn't to hard to do. Also the directions do not show how to place on thermal paste. So you may want google how if you don't know how. Seeing how it is the most essential aspect. Large =)
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Cooler Master Hyper N520 CPU Cooler
Provide excellent cooling performance for your CPU with the Cooler Master Hyper N520 CPU Cooler. This excellent CPU cooler features a unique fan cooling design that ensures cool air accelerates straight through the heatsink and exits from the back. It comes with 5 heat pipes to maximize heat transfer and deliver a better and smoother cooling performance. Plus, it supports several Intel and AMD socket processors. Grab the Cooler Master Hyper N520 CPU Cooler right away!

What It Is And Why You Need It:

  • Universal design; supports both Intel and AMD socket processors
  • 5 heat pipes; more efficient heat transfer

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Model
Brand COOLER MASTER
Series Hyper N 520
Model RR-920-N520-GP
Spec
Type Fan & Heatsinks
Fan Size 92mm
Compatibility Intel Socket LGA1366 / LGA1156 / LGA1155 / LGA775
AMD Socket AM3 / AM2+ / AM2
Bearing Type Sleeve
Air Flow 43.8 CFM
Noise Level 19 dBA
Power Connector 3 Pin
Physical Spec
Fan Dimensions 92 x 92 x 25mm
Heatsink Dimensions 115 x 62.3 x 141mm
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