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Cooler Master Hyper Z600 Review

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The Cooler Master Hyper Z600 is a very large heatsink that is able to be installed on many different platforms, including the Intel Socket LGA775, AMD Socket 940, AM2, and AM2+, which gives it a very universal socket design that many different consumers would be able to take advantage of. The mounting brackets for the different sockets are very easy to install and change, which makes the ease of use for the heatsink very simple and easy. The fins that are on the Hyper Z600 are setup very strategically in an aerodynamic way that allows for maximum heat dissipation. Tthere are two different sets of fins on the heatsink, as well as having two dedicated heatpipes in each corner for the larger fins. There are six heatipipes, with two going through the larger fins and four going through the smaller fins in the center of the Hyper Z600, and all of them connect to the copper base, which helps with the dissipation of heat from the processor and allows for the excellent temperatures that I was able to achieve. The Hyper X600 is a very large heatsink, which could be a bad thing for some consumers as they wouldn't have very much room inside of their case. However, this heatsink would be great for an avid overclocker who has a larger case. I would recommend this cooler to anyone who has the room in their case, is going to be doing some extensive overclocking, as well as anyone just looking for a simple upgrade.



  • Universal socket design
  • Aerodynamic fin design
  • Pure copper base (mirror coated)
  • Silent with no fans
  • Six heatpipes
  • Temperatures
  • Large size
  • Excellent passive cooling



  • Very large in size


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