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Dynatron Genius Review

gotdamojo06    -   November 4, 2009
Category: CPU Cooling
Price: $49.95
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Introduction:  

Are you looking for a new cooler for your build? Maybe you are still working with some older sockets and your old cooling solution isn't cutting it anymore and you want to upgrade. What ever the reason for you looking at getting a new cooler, you may just want to check out the Dynatron Genius CPU cooler. Dynatron has released a new cooler that takes advantage of the direct heatpipe technology and makes it look good while doing it. The Genius CPU Cooler has quite a few features packed into the cooler that may be able to give you the performance that you are looking for at the price and power consumption that you are looking for. The Dynatron is going to be able to effectively cool up to 150W of heat and keep the noise levels as low as they can. I am curious to see exactly what this cooler looks like and how well it is going to be able to perform against the stock Intel HSF setup.

 

Closer Look:

Looking at the packaging for the Dynatron Genius CPU Cooler, you are going to get the impression that the cooler is built with a lot of quality by the way that the package is setup and using the all white look to it. The front of the package pictures an image of the Genius cooler to let you know exactly what it looks like. At the top right hand corner of the package, you are going to see the Dynatron logo with the slogan "The Thermal Solution Architect" printed under their company logo; in the opposite corner of the front you are going to see the Genius logo with the description "Desktop CPU Cooler" printed under it. Listed to the left of the image of the Genius cooler is where you are going to find a short description of the features the cooler has cooperated into it. At the bottom right hand corner of the front is the Core i5 and Core i7 badges to let you know that the cooler is compatible with these processors. The back of the package is where you are going to find a list of all the specifications that the cooler has such as different processors that are supported with the cooler. One of the sides of the package is going to display another image of the cooler and point out some of the highlights of the cooler itself while the opposite side of the package is going to give you a description and a list of features.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

When you open up the package, you are going to find the cooler and all of the accessories encased in a molded plastic casing that is going to keep everything in place during the shipping process as well as make sure that any damages that may happen to the outside of the package will not hurt the Genius Cooler. When you take a look at the accessories that come with the cooler, you are going to find a user manual to help you install the cooler if you need help with it, you are going to find a tube of thermal paste in case you do not have any as well as a whole bunch of mounting hardware. The cooler comes packaged with the AMD bracket, and LGA 775, LGA 1156, and LGA 1366 mounting hardware that use the pushpin system. There is only one set of pushpins that you have to install on the bracket you wish to use.

 

Now that we know how the Dynatron Genius is packaged and what it comes with, it's time to take a closer look at the cooler and see what makes it unique.




  1. Introduction & Closer Look
  2. Closer Look (Continued)
  3. Specifications & Features
  4. Testing
  5. Conclusion
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