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Review: Four Intel coolers go head-to-head. Xigmatek vs. Cooler Master vs. Akasa.

by Michael Harries on 15 September 2008, 09:48

Tags: Akasa, Cooler Master, Xigmatek

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Contender #2 - Cooler Master Hyper TX2


Cooler Master Hyper TX2

Specifications - Coolermaster Hyper TX2
Composition Copper base and heatpipes, aluminium fins
Weight 482g
Dimensions (H x W x D) 90 x 44 x 136.5mm
Fans included Single 92mm
Fan Control Motherboard-controlled (3-pin header)
Fan speeds / noise levels 1,800RPM / 22.32dB(A)
Air flow 41.76CFM
Thermal paste? Yes, pre-applied
Intel support LGA 775
AMD support AM2/940/939/754
Price £14.99

The Cooler Master Hyper TX2 offers universal mounting for either Intel or AMD platforms and costs a pretty reasonable £14.99.

The Cooler Master Hyper TX2 is shipped in a clear plastic clamshell box, which provides full visibility of the heatsink without opening the box. Kind of appealing for bricks-and-mortar retail, we reckon.