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COOLER MASTER Vortex Plus RR-VTPS-28PK-R1 92mm Long life sleeve CPU Cooler
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Rating: 8.29/10
Toviel
Rating:

Review Date: 09/15/13
Comment:
Decreased Prime95 temp from 80C to 60C more than stock cooler.Don't have to take away MB to mount.Cooler itself is nicely made.Cooler fits well on my mATX P55M-UD2 mother board and in my Antec Silver Fusion HTPC case.Guidelines are actually quite good. Push pins are poorly made, they pop out beneath strain: I don't recommend this cooler for tower or mobile applications.The fan clips are nasty. Installation was complicated by Ƒ) the poorly produced push pins popped out as I tightened the cooler clamp ƒ) quite tight fan clips that were discomfort to set up. The directions say to install the fan after installation, but I suggest you install it initial. It doesn't block access to something.This cooler functions fantastic in my Antec Silver Fusion HTPC case mainly because the MB sits horizontally so the push pins are not under constant strain. I would be concerned about this cooler in a tower where the MB hangs vertically or a Pc that you move about a bunch. The Intel stock cooler is not great at cooling but it does have strong push pins, I would by no means be worried about it falling off the MB!It is unfortunate that a excellent item like this has its usability adversely impacted up by dumb small five cent components like push pins and the fan clips.
Wood
Rating:

Review Date: 09/02/13
Comment:
Solid install - keeps my 4x Phenom II X4 945 at 27C cool with ambient room temps at 74 F. No Issues. Has a lot of cooling - also pushes some air over my North bridge chip's heat sink.
Roxy
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Review Date: 07/21/13
Comment:
- Fit smaller case (mine's not low-profile, although)- Not too huge a footprint (top, or bottom)- Fairly quiet- Not as well hard to install (see 'other')- Cools nicely- Comes with every little thing you want (see 'other')- Low cost - Make contact with plate not smooth (see 'other')- AMD clip in two pieces, alternatively of a single I got this for a HTPC in a mainly-closed media cabinet beneath the Television; applied for world wide web, music, and Television recording. I'm running an AMD 240e (@ 1.175V), and I have a tuner card and a passively-cooled Nvidia 220 (for VDPAU; Linux). With the stock CPU- and case-fans ƒ 80s and a 120), I noticed the case felt warm, and BIOS temps have been high-40s. I figured the GPU and CPU-cooler have been combining heat with the meh fans that came with the case.With two no-name 80s, a Silenx 120, and this cooler, there's a lot more air moving by way of the case, and it's quieter. The CPU temp study 38 following an hour of use. I nevertheless haven't even reduce holes in the back of the cabinet, however.Cooler info:- Attach the fan, 1st. Really.- I "dry-installed" to see exactly where every thing match, THEN employed the integrated heat-paste. I want the AMD clip have been in 1 piece.- Be sure to get paste in the spaces involving the copper and the aluminum of the contact plate.If your case isn't as well crowded, you'll be fine. Take your time.
Yuval
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Review Date: 06/07/13
Comment:
Fantastic AND Cheap, Under no circumstances UP TO 60 FOR X4 640 Really hard TO Set up
Hestia
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Review Date: 05/01/13
Comment:
Cools my AMD Phenom II X4 965 down to about 36 C. Nice and quiet. Appears excellent. A bear to install in case with PSU on the bottom. If this is an upgrade, save yourself some time and take out the MB to set up this cooler. I have a COOLER MASTER Storm Scout case and had to eliminate the best fan in order to install the Cooler Master RR-VTPS but it doesn't appear to have an effect on the case cooling. Bottom line is I'm really satisfied with the outcomes.
Roza
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Review Date: 03/28/13
Comment:
+ Manageable size; little enough to match in modest situations, but powerful enough to do the job for most people. Infinitely much better than the scraps of Reynolds' Wrap AMD calls a heat sink and packages with Athlon IIs these days.+ Affordable value+ Quite quiet fan+ Copper heat pipes give it a sharp, however understated appearance+ Decent CM paste incorporated; adequate for a couple of applications - Guidelines are rather vague; just a piece of paper with photos in a dozen languages.- Securing this fan in an AM3 socket is a royal PITA - at least it was for me. I sincerely wished at the time that I had another pair of hands to hold it in location. Fantastic news is after locked, it isn't going anywhere.In the lengthy run, these have been passing, minor inconveniences. I'd rather deal with them than pay one more ŭ - บ for a quite color manual and accommodating clamps, or worse, compromise the unit's good quality. Not worth deducting an egg, IMHO. I picked this up to replace the HSF that accompanied a quad Athlon II. I possibly could've accommodated a a lot more imposing cooler but I played it protected and went with this guy. At ӯ" from CPU to the leading of the fan, I knew it would fit with a lot of clearance.The CPU is running at three.3 GHz ATM; I haven't tried to overclock but, but I anxiety tested with Prime95 for two hours and didn't break 55 C in a pitifully cooled case. Exceptional? Fit for an overclocked hexa-core? Of course not. But I didn't count on so at this price point and size. I caught it on a cooler sale weekend - ษ shipped. Functions for me.Some folks seemed to have difficulties with ATX mobos. Properly, mine's mounted on an Asus M4A87TD EVO without having problem. It tends to make the initially DIMM slot a bit of a tight match; that's the only complication. RAM with 2" horned heat sinks and X-Mas lights may possibly not fit. Oh nicely. It has as considerably to do with the board - the memory is correct up on the socket. But my G.Skill Snipers match nicely.Inexpensive, compact - soli
Tobit
Rating:

Review Date: 03/28/13
Comment:
Ideal low profile cooling I could locate on a spending budget. About the exact same as a stock AMD Black Edition unit, but Much quieter and better cooling overall. The directions are quite lousy. I found myself genuinely struggling to place it on. It took a couple of viewings of the guidelines to click to precisely what I was undertaking incorrect. You've Genuinely got to look at the images meticulously to make certain you are putting the bracket in the right location. Odds are that if you are getting trouble, you are most likely missing some thing in the guidelines. Once I got every little thing oriented properly it all came collectively completely. It was just a struggle figuring out what was appropriate.The fan is close to silent at 100% which permitted me to preserve the fan at higher speeds which helped cooling. Went from an typical of 32c - 55c with stock to 29c - 45c.
Kalila
Rating:

Review Date: 02/06/13
Comment:
Very low profile, fits with tons of room. I have an Antec HTPC case, so vertical room was at a premium, this has tons of space. Set up on an AM3 board was super simple. Extremely quiet compared to the stock cooler, could in all probability be helped some by a super hihg quality fan, but this point is really quiet now, not silent, but very quiet. the fan clips dont make a **** bit of sense, and took me staring at the picture for about 15 mins to make sense of it. I am no idiot, but i just couldnt really get what it was supposed to appear like. feels like it has some wiggle even when secured. I would suggest installing this outdoors the case, the clip for this is not attached to something, so it is two pieces loose. Attempting to hold one particular side down of the metal clip to put the fastener on would not be fun in the case. Outside the case it was 10 seconds.
Kemp
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Review Date: 01/07/13
Comment:
- Quiet- Cools greater than stock - Will only fit my mobo in the unrecommended position. When the bearing of the 80mm fan went from the stock AMD HSF, I decided to replace the hole factor. This unit is Substantially bigger and quieter than the old 1. It is so much quieter that my case fans became largest source of noise when the program was below complete load. Not undesirable at all. It would most likely do an even greater job of maintaining it cool if I could mount it the way the directions indicate, but the position of my power supply stopped that. Still, it by no means goes above 55C even when operating at 100% for an hour or two.
Devorah
Rating:

Review Date: 08/20/12
Comment:
Wonderful HSF combo. A single of the only options for lowest profile SFF / HTPC cases. Fits in Apevia Q-Pack2, even though barely. Very good CFM / dba ratio. Wire fan clips are functional, kinduva PITA. So is AM3 socket clip, but the moment installed it keeps Heka 720 about 27 C idle, but that's with alot of additional airflow- see other... None. A millimeter to spare is nevertheless a millimeter! Wire fan clip got stuck in RAM heatsink, but I just try, try, attempt once again. I've had to take away / remount the fan a few occasions to remove motherboard, but that's the case's flaw or the user's. ( 12 numerous fans in SFF situation! ) can't wait for winter temps!Looks cool with the copper heatpipes subsequent to clear case window with uv light along the side.
Newlyn
Rating:

Review Date: 08/19/12
Comment:
Lowered CPU idle from 43c to 30c and game play from 60c + to 50c or less. Incredibly effortless install just pre-fit, get a great visual on what your trying to do, install fan, apply thermal paste and mount. DO NOT Over-TIGHTEN MOUNTING SCREW it will pull pins out of board. none
Landis
Rating:

Review Date: 08/15/12
Comment:
It's clearly high excellent. Fantastic heat channels, 4 pin fan connector, lots of good points about this, but... The fan is Impossible to install. The fan installs by a couple of wire brackets that have tabs that go into the screw holes of the fan and then the two brackets squeeze-hold the fan onto the heatsink, if I could get it on. This factor is ridiculous. I have been attempting for 3 hours and cannot get it on. I checked that I was undertaking it correct, and I was! But it's a no go Hey Coolermaster, perhaps use screws or something subsequent time, because this is beyond idiotic design, it's flat out insane. I guess it would be a wonderful high excellent cooler for a "Won't kill your wallet" but that fan is not just the nail in the coffin, but all the nails, the coffin itself, and the dirt its buried in.
Chad_M@NCIX
Rating:

Review Date: 08/11/12
Cons: could have a better fan but not a big deal for the price.

Pros: For the price you can price match it at it's an amazing cooler.just the right size to fit in smaller cases but still keep cool.
Comment:
Very good heatsink for the price and cools way better and quieter than stock, as long as you don't have the fan going as fast as it can. I had a p7n 775 MOBO that has high chipset coolers and this fit, then I switched it to a HTPC AMD pc and it was low enough to fit easily. Very good design and adequate cooling.
Tavita
Rating:

Review Date: 08/07/12
Comment:
Lighter than I anticipatedEffortless to assembleFan clips and socket hardware are well designedPWM fan runs quiet ~ 900 rpmVery best heatsink for the money none functions properly with a Phenom II 715 X3 BE
Brian
Rating:

Review Date: 07/25/12
Comment:
Pretty good cooling at this price and for a universal HSF. Dropped my PD 840 from 70°C / 100°C to 50°C / 81°C (idle / load) at 23.eight°C ambient - fairly a lot what I expected given that this old system runs hot. Employed AS five and have currently cured. At idle, really quiet fan. Speedily cools down program from 3 hours of 100% load as soon as load is stopped. Fan gets noticeably loud when it starts to hit 2000 RPM. Didn't obtain at the Egg as I required a replacement HSF for my old overheating program (Pentium D 840 130W TDP, Intel D945GPM motherboard). Didn't want to drop a lot of money on a cooler to get the job completed but wanted to get some thing that I can drop into a new upcoming construct to replace this old technique. Thanks to a prior reviewer for posting the performance statistics for this cooler on a quad core AMD system. With a Cooler Master Elite 335 situation you will have to drop out your motherboard to set up this cooler (or at the quite least your PSU).
Becka
Rating:

Review Date: 07/23/12
Comment:
Keeps my x3 445 at 21c at idle and 42c maxed out. Instaled rapidly on MB am3 out of case. will not use for OC If OC or Unlocking USE CORSAIR CWCH50-1
Sheridan
Rating:

Review Date: 07/22/12
Comment:
works great, low profile, other then the mounting pin breaking it was an simple set up The pins are flimsy, broke one and had to attach it with a screw. dropping 1 egg mainly because if this
Ilo
Rating:

Review Date: 07/10/12
Comment:
Low Profile, Smaller Footprint, Cool temps on a mildly overclocked Q6600. Fan is quiet for what it is, and will remain so for these that don't overclock. Terrible install cips clips and even worse directions. Not poor for boards that can't take bigger heatsinks due to clearance troubles, and not a poor htpc aftermarket job.
Ull
Rating:

Review Date: 05/14/12
Comment:
NA 1.Confusing instructions for AM3 installation2. Too big for my htpc case :nMEDIAPC Black Aluminum / Acrylic / Steel HTPC 1080P Micro ATX Media Center / HTPC Case
Chibale
Rating:

Review Date: 04/24/12
Comment:
functions excellent two days no complications none
Denali
Rating:

Review Date: 03/25/12
Comment:
Keeps almost everything running cool, like it is supposed to. Extremely low profile and was exactly what I was seeking for. I had a problem with the very first push pin because I couldn't get it to lock. I ended up breaking it, but it is nevertheless usable. I finally had to give each and every a single a slight tap before twisting it into the lock position. I installed this before installing into the case. I believe it would have been very challenging trying to install this cooler whilst every thing was inside the case. My setup:MoBo: ASUS P6X58D-ECPU:Intel Core i7-950 Bloomfield three.06GHz LGA 1366Mem: CORSAIR 6GB Ɠ x 2GB) 240-Pin DDR3 SDRAM 1600SSD: OCZ Vertex 2 2.5" 80GB SATA IIPSU: CORSAIR HX Series 750W Modular Case: Rosewill Blackbone ATX Mid TowerVideo: HIS Radeon HD 6950 2GB PCI Express 2.1 x16
Rafiya
Rating:

Review Date: 02/06/12
Comment:
It's a good seeking fan, and IF it fit, it wouldn't have been too tough to set up. The brackets for mounting are TOOO Small for ATX motherboards! The mounting directions are a bit hard to comply with, along with fitting the parts together... If you have an ATX mother board.... DO NOT Get THIS!!!! It will NOT FIT!. (I have tested this on my mirco ATX and ATX motherboard, it didn't fit either of them)I in fact didn't full set up this or put the clamp element together considering that the brackets would not fit the motherboard.
Forever
Rating:

Review Date: 01/28/12
Comment:
Works pretty effectively... 31° idle, 66° load on i5-760 2.8 GHz Doesn't perform as properly as the massive cooler but a lot superior than the stock. Based on its size, I assume it performs fairly effectively. My case is pretty cramped so I'm not seeing incredible temps but if I had additional room, I'd go for some thing various anyway.
Tyree
Rating:

Review Date: 01/28/12
Comment:
Quiet. Installed in a Antec Fusion HTPC case, so i have incredibly restricted vertical room. this is good and low profile, and even at higher speeds, the video card tends to make additional noise now than the CPU cooler. Installation may not be very straightforward although in a Computer, it took me a few tries on a table with just the motherboard. placing the fan on produced me rethink my personal intelligence, as it just doesnt appear to make sense.
Noel
Rating:

Review Date: 01/21/12
Comment:
Dropped my temperature a lot. 4 pin connector makes it possible for it to be quiet most of the time, then noisy when it wants the much more airflow. Generally is quiet. Put in my AMD media pc, and functions nicely. It may well be a technique setting I want to adjust, but the fan will not turn into quiet immediately after it has been operating at a high speed. Coming from sleep mode, the fan is quiet, but if the computer runs for a though, it gets noisy, even even though the temp is low. This is worth the funds, but nothing exciting. Tends to make a bit of noise, but nevertheless fairly quiet.
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Product Features

92mm Fan Heat Sink

Cooler Master Vortex Plus CPU Cooler (RR-VTPS-28PK-R1)
Get a superior cooling system using this Cooler Master. This small sized cooler ensures maximum competency and keeps your chassis airy. It is specially designed for HTPC chassis and LAN box chassis. With 4x Direct Contact heat pipes, it connects the CPU surface and cooler, optimizing heat conductivity and dissipation effectively. The balanced PWM fan chills the components with its high RPM mode. Try your hands on this Cooler Master Vortex Plus CPU Cooler today!

What it is and Why You Need it:

  • Compact profile design; meant for HTPC chassis and LAN box chassis
  • 4x Direct Contact heat pipes; provides a smooth interface between CPU surface and the cooler
  • Compatibility; works with Intel LGA1366, 1156, 775 and AMD AM3, AM2, 940, 939, 754 sockets

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Product Specifications

Model
Brand COOLER MASTER
Model RR-VTPS-28PK-R
Spec
Type Fan & Heatsinks
Fan Size 92mm
Compatibility Intel: Socket LGA1366 / 1156 / 775
AMD: Socket AM3 / AM2 / 940 / 939 / 754
Bearing Type Long life sleeve
RPM 800 2800 RPM (PWM)
Air Flow 15.7 54.8 CFM
Noise Level 17 35 dBA
Power Connector 4 Pin
Physical Spec
Heatsink Dimensions 116 x 100 x 84 mm
Weight 445g
Features
Features Compact profile design for HTPC chassis and LAN box chassis.
Universal mounting for Intel LGA1366/1156/775 and AMD AM3/AM2/940/939/754 sockets.
4 x Direct Contact heatpipes for seamless contact between CPU surface and cooler.
Manufacturer Warranty
Parts 2 years limited
Labor 2 years limited
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