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CoolerMaster X-Dream (HAC-V81) CPU Cooler Review

Former staff writer    -   January 28, 2003
Category: CPU Cooling
Price: $20


Introduction
Around here (East TN) the temps have been in the low teens (°F) for the past week or so... and with outside temps like that, keeping my computer cool, really isn't that hard to do. However, in the summer when things get up into the 90's I'll be more concerned about keeping my precious CPU cool. My family doesn't much care for my Tornado powered MCX462, so I've been looking for a new HSF that'll keep things cool and allow me to tone things down a bit when the computer isn't being used. That's where Cooler Master's new heat sink, the X-Dream, comes into play. An Aluminum/Copper heat sink with an adjustable speed fan.

Specifications

  Fan Dimension 80 x 80 x 25 mm
  Rated Speed 2500 ~ 4800 rpm
  Air Flow 31.4 ~ 62.8 CFM
  Rated Voltage 12 VDC
  Adjustable Voltage Rate 7 ~ 13.2 VDC
  Acoustical Noise 25 ~ 46 dB(A)
  Heat Sink Dimensions 80 x 69 x 45 mm




  1. Introduction & Specifications
  2. A Closer Look
  3. Testing & Conclusion
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