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Dynatron Genius Review

gotdamojo06    -   November 4, 2009
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Conclusion:

The Dynatron Genius CPU Cooler performed quite well when it was stacked up against the stock cooling solution that Intel provides for their retail processors. The Dynatron Genius cooler is very light weight and stands quite tall, however it is not too tall for a mid tower chassis, which will come in handy if you are unsure of what case you are going to be putting your build in. The Direct Heatpipe Technology worked quite well for the Genius cooler, I have always liked the idea of having the heatpipes touch the IHS of your processor directly, as the heat will be transfered right to them and they are what is going to be transferring the heat to all of the fins on the cooler. Speaking of the fins of the cooler, the look of having the fan placed between two towering heatsinks makes the cooler look more eligant and does provide some good functionality to the heatsink. If the fan had a higher max fan speed setting, I am sure that the temperatures that it was able to give me would have been much lower, however the temperatures that it did yield were lower than what the stock Intel HSF were able to give me. The light weight of the Genius cooler is going to put your mind at ease if you are worried about installing a heavy heatsink on your motherboard and risk cracking the PCB or getting any warped effects from having a large heatsink installed and having gravity pull down on it. If you were in the market for a new cooler for your processor that operates at quite a low noise level and is going to be able to out perform the stock Intel HSF, you may want to take a look at the Dynatron Genius CPU Cooler.

 

Pros:

  • Large Size
  • Direct Heatpipe Technology
  • PWM Functions
  • Two Towers
  • Light Weight
  • Performance
  • Noise level

 

Cons:

  • Fan Speed
  • Price

 

 

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