In this review we have tested the AVGS CA-1050 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.
|Size over all L/B/H||+++ 62/62/100 mm The cooler is just as big as the socket !|
|Cooling output||++++ 43,44 CFM (~7500 rpm)|
|Noise level||—- 50,5 dB (A) Wow, what a noise. Listen to the sound:|
|Mounting||++ The bracket looks like the one of a Global WIN cooler. Not much locking but very easy to mount and unmount with a screwdriver.|
|Cooling results||+++ 41° C at 1,75 Volt Vcore and 44° Celsius at 1,90 Volt.|
|+++ The CA 1050 have a copper base and alu ribs. It’s the big brother of the CA 1000 with a “little bit” 😉 noisy Delta cooler. But 4 degrees less on the same heatsink have a price and if you’re hardcore overclocker it probable doesn’t matter how loud a fan is. This cooler also have at this time the best cooling output with about 43 CFM so it’ll also cool everything around your CPU 🙂 Great work and looks nice like a big tower. This cooler is also fit for using with Peltier Element ! Many thanks to AVGS Technology for the AVGS CA1050 TestsamplePictures …||
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