In this review we have tested the Alpha PAL 6035 NGML Cooler and measured the temperature results with our test setup. Additionally you can listen to an embedded MP3 fan sound sample of the fan on the respective heatsink.
|Alpha PAL 6035 with 3000 rpm (612 NGML) Papst fan *
|Size over all L/B/H
|+++ 60/65/67 mm The heatsink size isn’t bigger than the Sockel.
|+ 15 CFM (~3000 rpm – * also with other fans available)
|++++ 19 dB (A) If your case is closed it’s impossible to hear this fan !!! Listen to the sound:
|+++ It’s very easy to fit this fan without screwdriver or anything else.
|+++ The Alpha PAL 6035 also convinced with the very quiet NGML Papst fan at 43° C (47° C at 1,9 Vcore). Mounting the fan blowing to the heatsink give you nearly the same cooling result.
|+++ After one or two minutes assmebly you get a very good heatsink with top cooling results. In combination with the very quiet NGML Papst fan you’ll get a nice HSF combination for highend socket CPU and if you’re using good case cooling you don’t notice the difference to much louder fans with higher rotation speed. It’s also possible to use this fan for Intel FCPGA CPU and there’s also an english mounting guide included. This fan is also fit for using with Peltier Element !
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