In this review we have tested the Cooler Master HCC002 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.
|Name||Cooler Master HHC-001 Heatpipe|
|Size over all L/B/H||+++ 86/62/80 mm The heatsink plate isn’t bigger than the socket, but the heatpipe goes sideways over the socket – see Fit for Fan|
|Cooling output||++++ 36,11 CFM at ~6800 rpm/min|
|Noise level||—- 46,5 dB (A) You have to be an enthusiast of this sound to bear this noise Listen to the sound soon.|
++++ The assembly is really top ! Because of the very big mounting lever it’s possible to mount the HHC-001 without any tool like a screwdriver – very easy construction but also very effective.
|Cooling results||++++ Cool Result ! 38°C at 1,75 Volt and 41°C at 1,90 Volt Core voltage.|
+++ The 535 gram heavy Cooler Master HHC-001 Heatpipe heatsink is except of the noiselevel really recommendable. I’m just able to speculate if the great result is caused by the heatpipe construction or if it’s because of the very good processing… Anyway it looks very cool and this full copper cooler is a great choice for PC-modders. And if you’re searching for a cooler which you can mount very fast, e.g. to take it of the CPU several times to connect or cut some golden bridges, it is a good choice for you. The fan comes with a normal 3 Pin mainboard connector, but to prevent damages i suggest to use a 3 Pin Molex to 4 Pin power supply adapter to connect the fan directly to the PSU. But remember that some mainboards automatically shut down the PC if no CPU-Fan is present ! In this case plug another fan like a case fan to the mainboards CPU-Fan connector or get a newer BIOS with an option to disable the fan fail detection.
This fan is also fit for using with Peltier Element ! Many thanks to Overclockers for this Testsample.
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