Reeven RCCT-0901SP Reviewdamian - February 5, 2009
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The Reeven RCCT-0901SP turned out to become a personal favorite of mine. The overall size of the heatsink including the fan, is not as enormous or wide as other coolers that are out on the market. It provides great cooling with the help of the three copper heatpipes, that come into direct contact with the processor, proving to be a very efficient design. The Adjusted Air Channel Structure design also proved to be a simple yet efficient manner of dissipating heat. The overall size of the cooler was also a plus. For the performance it offers and at this size, it's great for mainstream users, as well as entry-level users, for large and small cases alike. As for any problems, I didn’t find anything faulty with the cooler that I could point out and blame. It’s a simple cooler that performs well. As for something along the lines of annoyances, the fan moved a great amount of air, but was somewhat loud when functioning at 100% speed.
Overall, this cooler performed well at idle and load, both at stock settings, and Overclocked. It’s a fantastic cooler and great for people interested in overclocking their processors to a stable frequency, while trying to maintain lower temperatures than the stock cooling is capable of.
- Performance (Stock & Overclocked)
- H.D.C.S. (Heatpipe Direct Contact Solution)
- Fan can be a bit loud at 100% speed