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  • IS EVO ARGB

    IS EVO ARGB

    6 heatpipes, ARGB Lighting, Two Fans, PWM Control, Intel & AMD

  • ISK

    ISK

    47mm Height, 6 Heatpipe, Copper Base, 92x15mm Fan, PWM, Intel & AMD

  • IS

    IS

    6pc Heatpipe, Copper Base, mm PWM Fan, LGAX / AM4

  • IS MAX RGB

    IS MAX RGB

    77mm Height, x25 RGB Fan, PWM, 5 Heatpipes, Intel & AMD

  • ISX V2

    ISX V2

    5pc Heatpipe, Black Heatsink, mm PWM Fan, LGA/X & AMD AM4

  • ISX

    ISX

    5pc Heatpipe, Black Heatsink, mm PWM Fan, LGAX / AM4

  • ISX

    ISX

    4 Heatpipe, Black Coating,  92mm PWM fan, Low Profile Design, Intel LGAX & AM4

  • IS

    IS

    4 Heatpipe, 30mm Height Low Profile, 92*12mm PWM fan, Intel LGAX & AM4

  • ISi

    ISi

    27mm  Height, 65W, Intel LGA//X

  • ISi

    ISi

    27mm Height, Ideal for Small Form Factor Platforms, 2pc Heatpipe & 80mm Fan, Intel Edition

  • ISi

    ISi

    23mm Height Low Profile Design, Safe Mounting Mechanism for Intel 

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    CPU Cooler

    A RGB

    Durable, Colorful, and Exceptional

    4-PIN Connector PWM Silent Fan

    Automatically controls the fan speed according to the temperature
    of CPU efficiently and decreases fan noise.

    Technical Design of Direct-Touched Heat Pipes

    Attach the aluminum cold plate to the surface of a CPU directly, and it can constantly reduce the heat by passing the thermal energy to every fin.

    4 Pure Copper Heat Pipes

    High thermal conductivity can take the heat out of the CPU quickly.

    Easy Installation

    Longer Lifespan

    An add-on ANTEC Golden Grease with professional formula brings better viscosity and heat-transferring efficiency, making your CPU way cooler!

    SPECIFICATIONS

    Model NameA RGB
    Cooling TypeAir cooling
    Product Dimension x 76 x mm (D x W x H)
    FanTypePWM Fan
    Speed - RPM + 10%
    Airflow77 CFM
    Noise Level db(A) – db(A)
    Lifespan hrs
    Connector4-Pin
    LED EffectRGB LED
    CompatibilityIntelLGA  /  /  /  /  /  /  /  / 
    AMDFM2 / FM1 / AM3+ / AM3 / AM2 + / AM2 / AM4
    Net Weight g
    Gross Weight g
    Package Size x x mm (D x W x H)
    Warranty3 years
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    Best CPU coolers in

    The best CPU coolers do just that, keep your CPU cool. Whether you have an Intel or AMD chip at the heart of your gaming rig, getting a handle on your PC's thermals will save you a headache down the road. If you want the most of your CPU, ditch the stock cooler and invest in one of these third-party chip chillers we tested this year.

    There are two types of CPU coolers out there. Air coolers and liquid coolers. Air coolers are the most common. A metal heat sink pulls heat away from the CPU then blows it away with a fan. You need to consider your CPU socket type, RAM, case dimensions, and the current airflow inside your machine with air coolers. 

    The other, more luxurious options are liquid coolers, usually in the AIO (all-in-one) variety. Liquid cooling is often a more efficient choice and can lead to some flashy-looking components with wild RGB lighting options and even OLED screens. If you're feeling exceptionally courageous, you could also create a complete custom water cooling loop, which can include GPU as well as CPU cooling. Still, that way lies tube-bending and a whole lot of installation effort—not recommended for first-time PC builders. 

    Each of the coolers below was put through rigorous testing on our PC Gamer test rigs so we can tell you which ones offer the most optimum CPU cooling for your dollars under different workloads. If you're looking for other ways to help increase your system's cooling performance, you can check out our guide to the best PC fans.  

    Best CPU coolers

    1. Corsair Hi RGB Platinum

    The best liquid CPU cooler

    Specifications

    Type: Liquid cooling

    Compatibility: Intel , x, , ; AMD AM2, AM3, AM4, sTR4

    Fan speed: , RPM

    Noise volume: dBA

    Dimensions: x x 30 mm

    Weight: lbs ( g)

    Reasons to buy

    +RGB lighting on fans and CPU block+Available in a stunning white variation+Top notch cooling performance

    Reasons to avoid

    -RGB lighting isn't for everyone

    Corsair was one of the first hardware manufacturers to bring all-in-one liquid coolers to market. It only fits that its latest cooler has dethroned our previous king. The Hi has always been a strong contender for the throne of best liquid CPU cooler, only narrowly beaten by NZXT's Kraken X

    The updated Hi Platinum is a definite improvement, but NZXT's infinity mirror CPU block design was and remained one of the most beautiful RGB implementations we’ve seen in any product. It wasn't until seeing Corsair’s latest contender, the Hi Platinum, that we’ve been able to let the Kraken go.

    For now, though, it's all about the excellent Corsair AIO. The Hi Platinum is available in black or white with a set of addressable RGB LED fans and CPU block. It’s a real head-turner in any build and has excellent software and performance to back it up.    

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    2. Noctua NH-D15

    The best air cooler in

    Specifications

    Type: Fan and heatsink

    Compatibility: Intel LGA – ; AMD AM2 – AM4, FM1 – FM2+

    Fan speed: RPM

    Noise volume: Up to dBA

    Dimensions: x x mm

    Weight: lbs ( kg)

    Reasons to buy

    + Super-quiet performance+ Dual mm fans included 

    It may be one of the most expensive air coolers we've tested, but Noctua's flagship NH-D15 is our top choice for high-end air coolers. Based on the company's award-winning D14, the NH-D15 performs just as well as a handful of all-in-one liquid coolers and even beats a few of them both in performance and noise levels. The cooler features a dual tower heatsink and comes with two high airflow mm fans.

    Even working at percent, the cooler ran quieter than just about all of its competitors. If you aren't a fan of liquid cooling or don't have the space to mount a radiator, the NH-D15 is about as good as it gets for air cooling. The only downside we could find is its bulkiness, which could cause problems with tall RAM module clearance.

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    3. EVGA CLC

    Liquid cooling at an affordable price

    Specifications

    Type: Liquid cooling

    Compatibility: Intel LGA//v3///// AMD AM2-AM4, FM1-FM2, TR4

    Fan speed: RPM

    Noise volume: dBA

    Dimensions: x x 53 mm

    Weight: lbs ( g)

    Reasons to buy

    + Very affordable + RGB pump head 

    Reasons to avoid

    -Bare bones

    EVGA's latest CLC liquid coolers are our favorite mid-range pick because of their excellent performance per dollar. Matching cooling of the latest chip-chillers from Corsair and NZXT, the mm CLC costs a fraction of the price while only sacrificing a few features. The included fans can get very loud at full speed, but we found the cooler to run well enough without ever reaching those levels.

    While you won't get the fancy addressable RGB lighting you'd find in NZXT, Thermaltake, or Cooler Master's latest designs, the EVGA CLC does have the same sleeved tubing and a single RGB light on the pump head that can be controlled through the software. If you don't care for all of the bells and whistles, EVGA's CLC offers exceptional performance with little compromises.

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    4. Noctua NH-P1

    The best passive CPU cooler

    Specifications

    Type: Passive air cooling

    Compatibility: Intel LGA , x, /; AMD AM2-AM4

    Fan speed: NA

    Noise volume: Silent

    Dimensions: x x mm

    Weight: g

    Reasons to buy

    +Completely silent+Compatible with high-end CPUs+Plenty cool enough for gaming workloads

    Reasons to avoid

    -Large-Requires a case with good airflow

    The Noctua NH-P1 is certainly a niche CPU cooler, but it's also an exciting one in that it shakes up what a completely silent chip chiller is capable of. Previously, if you wanted a passive cooler you would either have to pair it with an underpowered processor, or you would have to seriously limit the clock speed of your chip.

    The Noctua NH-P1, however, is capable of coping with relatively high-end CPUs, and running them at, or very close to, their standard performance. Essentially, this is a passive cooler that can actually keep a decent gaming processor powered up. We've tested the NH-P1 on our Core i7 K open test bench—which has no fans, and therefore completely unoptimised airflow—and while it may throttle on seriously CPU intensive benchmarks, it absolutely flew on our standard gaming tests.

    That chip is slightly over Noctua's own recommendations for the NH-P1, but you can check out its compatibility centre to see whether your CPU will be supported by this chonky chip chiller.

    And yes, it is big. The RAM clearance is fine, as Noctua has engineered it to sweep away from dual-channel DIMM slots, but it's still going to take up a whole lot of space in your chassis. If you want to get the most out of it, you're also going to need some decent airflow in your case, too. Unless you're going for a completely fanless vibe, that is.

    The Noctua NH-P1 is well-designed, impressively powerful passive cooler that could well keep your gaming PC quiet. Though it's not going to do anything for that noisy graphics card, I'm afraid.

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    5. Corsair H60

    All-in-one liquid cooling for the price of air

    Specifications

    Type: Liquid cooling

    Compatibility: Intel x, /; AMD AM2-AM4

    Fan speed: RPM

    Noise volume: Up to dBA

    Dimensions: x x 52 mm

    Weight: lbs ( g)

    Reasons to buy

    + Excellent performance + Compatible with most cases 

    Reasons to avoid

    -Not as capable as double or triple radiators

    Corsair was one of the first manufacturers to bring all-in-one liquid cooling to the masses. Nearly a decade after the company first launched its Hydro series, Corsair is once again leading the charge with the updated H60 as our top choice for liquid cooling on a budget.

    Often priced $20 cheaper than our best high-end air cooler, the mm H60 offers nearly identical thermal and noise performance at a fraction of the cost. The updated cooler features a white LED illuminated pump head, mm radiator, and one of Corsair's latest mm PWM fans. Our tests put the performance of the new H60 far ahead of its other mm competitors and even in line with a few mm and mm coolers.

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    6. Cooler Master Hyper EVO

    Longtime king of budget air cooling

    Specifications

    Type: Fan and heatsink

    Compatibility: Intel LGA – ; AMD AM2 – AM3+, FM1 – FM3+, AM4

    Fan speed: RPM

    Noise volume: dBA

    Dimensions: x x mm

    Weight: lbs ( g)

    Reasons to buy

    + Very affordable + Added AM4 compatibility 

    Reasons to avoid

    -Not as sleek as some

    Cooler Master's budget-friendly Hyper CPU cooler has been around for well over ten years now. With experience like that, it comes as no surprise that the newer Hyper Evo has become a renowned pick for affordable performance. Priced around $30, the latest update to the Hyper Evo features four direct contact heat pipes, an improved aluminum heatsink, and a mm high airflow fan.

    From our testing, we found that the Hyper Evo reduced CPU temperatures by up to 20 degrees celsius when compared to stock cooling. Another added benefit is that the cooler itself isn't a lot larger than a stock one, meaning it tends to stay out of the way of larger RAM modules. With such a low price point, we can't find any reason why we'd stick to a stock cooler over this. 

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    7. Cooler Master MasterLiquid MLR

    A giant radiator for extra-quiet cooling

    Specifications

    Type: Liquid cooling

    Compatibility: Intel LGA, LGA v3, LGA, LGA, LGA, LGA, LGA, LGA, AMD AM4, AM3+, AM3, AM2+, AM2, FM2+, FM2, FM1

    Fan speed: RPM

    Noise volume: dBA

    Dimensions: x x 27 mm

    Weight: lbs ( kg)

    Reasons to buy

    +Stealthy CPU block logo+Affordable mm all-in-one solution

    Reasons to avoid

    -Not to everyone's taste

    When you’re looking for the best liquid cooling options available, efficiency and effectiveness for heat dissipation are of utmost importance. The best way to approach this is to use a radiator with the largest surface area possible. For most modern mid-sized cases and full towers, this means a mm radiator. Equipped with three mm fans, these coolers take up quite a bit of space and can be relatively costly compared to a single mm liquid cooler.

    Cooler Master’s mm MasterLiquid MLR is our favorite choice. It features a beautiful CPU block design with a muted centerpiece logo, making for a spotless lighting setup. Combined with three addressable RGB fans, the MLR cools well and runs quietly while providing some sexy lighting for your whole build.

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    8. GamerStorm Deep Cool Assassin III

    Best Budget big air cooler

    Specifications

    Type: Fan and Heatsink

    Compatibility: AM2, AM2+, AM3, AM3+, AM4, FM1, FM2, FM2+, LGA , LGA , LGA , LGA , LGA , LGA v3, LGA

    Fan speed: RPM

    Noise volume: dBA

    Dimensions: mm x mm x 25 mm

    Weight: lbs ( kg)

    Reasons to buy

    +Thermal performance +Quiet+Price

    Reasons to avoid

    -Wide design

    The GamerStorm Deepcool Assassin III may sound like someone’s terrible username, but it’s an impressively big air cooler. This wide boy houses twin cooling towers, seven heat pipes, and a pair of quiet mm fans. And with such large fans and plenty of cooling surfaces, this is an impressively performant air cooler too.

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    For way less than $, you can get yourself a quiet CPU cooler with exceptional thermal performance. Surprisingly, there’s no RGB lighting, making the Deepcool Assassin III a rather tame looking piece of hardware despite the flashy name. Though if you're chasing the more restrained aesthetic for your gaming machine, this quiet, stealthy chip chiller could be the dark horse of all our picks for best CPU cooler.

    Best CPU cooler FAQ

    How do you test CPU coolers?

    Like most components, choosing the right CPU cooler depends on several variables, including performance requirements, case compatibility, budget restrictions, and aesthetics. To find the best CPU coolers, we test performance using Prime95 and a mixture of modern PC games for extensive stress testing. Our top selections were made based on thermal performance, noise, value, and overall feature sets.

    How do I choose the CPU cooler that's right for me?

    If you aren't sure whether you need an air cooler or a liquid cooler, it comes down to budget and compatibility. Until AMD released its Wraith coolers (and then took them away again), we'd never recommend a stock cooler to any PC gamer. Still, those on tight budgets now don't necessarily need to consider an aftermarket air cooler. If you have a little more spending room, liquid coolers can offer a whole lot more—from advanced RGB lighting to intelligent software control.

    Some of you may be wary about putting liquid near your expensive components, but rest assured all of the coolers recommended in this guide are backed with excellent warranties that will cover you in the event of a manufacturer failure—a colossal leakage is an infrequent occurrence, anyways.

    Is liquid cooling quieter than air cooling?

    In general, an all-in-one liquid CPU cooler will be quieter than an air cooler mounted directly on top of the processor itself. That's because the fans attached to the cooling radiator are generally larger and can therefore spin slower than an air cooler. The water pump is often well insulated, so there isn't much noise from them either.

    But there are large air coolers with big heatsinks and large fans that can compete well with the noise generation of an AIO liquid cooler. The quietest of all would be an entirely passive cooler, one with no moving parts whatsoever. However, those can't always cope with the most hot and heavy CPUs.

    Do I need liquid cooling if I don't overclock my CPU?

    Liquid cooling can undoubtedly give your processor the thermal headroom it needs to run comfortably overclocked, but there are other reasons you might want to have an AIO in your system. The vainest is the aesthetic—not having a huge hulking heatsink clogging up your chassis when there's a Perspex peephole to show off your components is often desirable.

    That can also play into having a smaller chassis entirely. Liquid coolers can often give you the thermal performance to run a high-spec CPU in a small chassis where you'd only otherwise be able to fit a weaker, small form factor air cooler.

    How does liquid cooling work anyway?

    The coolant passes through a closed-loop via a plate that's attached to your CPU, and in combination with the attached radiator and fan, it cools the CPU. It's simple and a hundred times easier to install than an entire water-cooling loop.

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    Best CPU Coolers AIO and Air Coolers

    Whether you’re targeting for world-record overclocks or you're just after a  PC that doesn’t get loud under load, you should pick the best CPU cooler you can afford. Choosing the best cooler for your best CPU is an important decision in any processor upgrade or new PCbuild. The best CPU cooler will make a big difference in temperatures, noise, and even performance -- especially if you're overclocking. 

    If your current CPU cooler can’t keep your processor’s heat under control, that could mean slower performance and/or a shorter lifespan for your processor--and clearly, no one wants that.

    Don't forget to consider thermal paste or another thermal interface material (TIM), though. Nearly all coolers will come with some kind of paste, whether it's pre-applied or in a small syringe or tube. But to make sure you're getting the most efficient heat transfer between your CPU and cooler plate, check out the many thoroughly tested products in our roundup to find the best thermal paste for your CPU, which we've revamped with new products for

    Best CPU Coolers For You

    If you’re not sure if you want to go with air cooling (a hefty metal heatsink and fans) or opt for a liquid-cooled AIO (a pump attached to a radiator and fans), there are a few things to consider. Big air coolers tend to take up more internal space in your PC case, particularly when it comes to vertical clearance off your best motherboard. Air coolers can also be louder and less efficient at moving heat away from your CPU and out of the chassis, though these days that’s not always true. If you can go the extreme route, there are fanless options like Noctua's Colossal NH-P1.

    Air coolers usually cost less than AIOs, though that line is blurring as well. AIO coolers are getting more affordable, while high-end air coolers reach toward and sometimes above the $ range. While it's an extreme case (in price, size and cooling abilities), the Ice Giant Prosiphon Elite has an MSRP ($) that competes with many large AIO coolers.

    If money isn't a major concern and silent operation and low temperatures are important to you, you may want to consider a custom cooling loop. For more on how these can perform (and how good they look), check out our Blue Shift build feature.

    Quick Shopping Tips

    When choosing the best CPU cooler for your needs, consider the following:

    • Own a recent Ryzen CPU? You may not need to buy a cooler, but it depends on the model. Most Ryzen and series processors and some older Ryzen models ship with coolers, and many of them can handle moderate overclocks. Note, though, that the most-recent Ryzen CPUs don't ship with coolers in the Ryzen 7/9 range. If you want the best CPU clock speed possible, you’ll still likely want to buy an aftermarket cooler anyway. But for many Ryzen owners who don't plan to push their silicon to the limit, the best CPU cooler might just be the free one in the box.
    • If opting for a large air cooler, be sure to check clearances before buying. Big coolers and low-profile models can bump up against tall RAM and even VRM heatsinks sometimes. And tall coolers can cause clearance issues with your case door or window. Be sure to check the dimensions and advertised clearances of any cooler you're considering and your case before buying.
    • Remember that, all else being equal, more fans equals better cooling, but more noise. The coolers that do the best job of moving warm air away from your CPU and out of your case are also often the loudest. If fan noise is an issue for you, you’ll want a cooler that does a good job of balancing noise and cooling. If you can set your cooler's fan speeds based on temperatures in your motherboard's BIOS, that should also help.

    For much more detail on how to choose the right cooler (and cooler type) check out our CPU cooler buying guide. 

    The Best Air Coolers You Can Buy Today

    1. Cooler Master MasterAir MA Stealth

    Best Big Air CPU Cooler

    Specifications

    Dimensions: x x mm

    Base Height: mm

    Weight: oz (g)

    Fans: (2) x 25 mm

    Socket Support: x, , , x, ; FM2(+), FM1, AM2(+), AM3(+), AM4

    Warranty: 5 years

    Reasons to buy

    +Great cooling performance+Integrated center fan simplifies install+Additional mm fan for tall DIMMs

    Reasons to avoid

    -Premium price

    Cooler Master has pulled out all the stops to release an excellent option in the large heatpipe cooler arena. The MasterAir MA Stealth trades blows with some of the best CPU coolers we’ve tested. It even comes with a third mm fan to use when tall DIMMS create clearance problems. The MasterAir MA Stealth doesn’t glitter with RGB lighting, which many will find refreshing. But it does shine on merit, as an effective near-silent thermal solution for some of the most potent desktop CPUs from both Intel and AMD--as long as you don’t count Threadripper.

    Read: Cooler Master MasterAir MA Stealth review

    2. Deepcool Assassin III

    Best Big Air CPU Cooler Alternative

    Specifications

    Dimensions: x x mm

    Base Height: mm

    Weight: oz (g)

    Fans: (2) x 25mm

    Socket Support: x, , x, ; FM2(+), FM1, AM2(+), AM3(+), AM4

    Warranty: 5 years

    Reasons to buy

    +Budget friendly+Silent operation+Excellent thermal performance

    Reasons to avoid

    -Lack of RGB lighting options-Incomplete AMD and Intel CPU socket support

    With twin cooling towers, seven heatpipes and two mm fans, the GamerStorm Assassin III from Deep Cool brought us the lowest temperature of big-air coolers. Pairing that thermal performance with low noise makes it our choice for air-cooling big CPUs, with great looks and easy installation qualifying as bonuses.

    Read: Deepcool Assassin III review

    Note that DeepCool's AS is also an excellent alternative for those who don't quite have the room or the budget for a true big air cooler. It punches above its cooling class, delivering excellent temps for its $ MSRP. But while it has been released in the UK, we're still waiting for stock to show up here in the USA.

    3. Cooler Master MasterAir MAM

    Best Mid-size Air CPU Cooler

    Specifications

    Dimensions: x x mm

    Base Height: mm

    Weight: oz (g)

    Fans: (2) x 25mm RGB

    Socket Support: AMD FM2(+), FM1, AM2(+), AM3(+), AM4, Intel x, , x,

    Warranty: 5 years

    Reasons to buy

    +Excellent cooling performance+Mid-size cooler occupies less space+Thermal probe provides thermal load display via RGB lighting

    Reasons to avoid

    -Fans kick up a bit more noise than others by comparison

    The Cooler Master MasterAir MAM is our pick for an excellent performing mid-size air cooler, especially considering the aggressively designed exterior shell and the inclusion of addressable RGB lighting from within the cooling tower itself. Sitting on the upper range of the affordable pricing tier, $67 (£60) might cause budget system builders to balk a bit, but considering the features and performance, it definitely deserves those few extra dollars.

    Read: Cooler Master MasterAir MAM review

    4. Noctua NH-U14S

    Best AMD Threadripper Air CPU Cooler

    Specifications

    Dimensions: x x mm

    Base Height: mm

    Weight: oz (g)

    Fans: (1) x 25mm

    Socket Support: AMD TR4, SP3

    Warranty: 6 years

    Reasons to buy

    +Excellent performance+Very low noise levels+Simple, secure installation

    Reasons to avoid

    -Premium price-Tall cooler height poses compatibility issues in smaller cases

    The Noctua NH-U14S TR4-SP3 provides whisper-quiet cooling with big league thermal performance – the kind of overclocked Threadripper performance that sneaks into quality AIO cooling performance. Armed with six nickel-plated copper heatpipes and a NF-A15 mm PWM fan, the AMD-friendly NH-U14S TR4-SP3 is a silent thermal assassin. For Threadripper air cooling, this cooler checks all the boxes for enthusiasts and overclockers alike.

    Read: Noctua NH-U14S review

    Best Threadripper Cooler Alternative: Arctic Freezer 50TR

    Neither as cool nor as quiet as Noctua's NH-U14S, the Artice Freezer 50 TR got our attention for its lower price. The value advantage could be important to current builders hoping to save money by using AMD's previous generation series parts.

    5. Zalman CNPS10x Performa Black

    Best Budget Air CPU Cooler

    Specifications

    Dimensions: x x mm

    Base Height: 33mm

    Weight: oz (g)

    Fans: (1) x 25mm

    Socket Support: AMD, Intel x, , ,

    Warranty: 2 years

    Reasons to buy

    +Excellent performance+Budget price+Extremely silent operation

    Reasons to avoid

    -Spring tension screws are not integrated into mounting base 

    The Zalman CNPS10x Performa Black is a mid-size, quad-heatpipe cooler that features jet-black style and a single, ultra-silent mm fan that rips through CPU thermal loads for your multi-core desktop enthusiast processor.

    Its $45 price and cooling potential that nips at the heels of the pack leaders puts the Zalman CNPS10x Performa Black in a strong position to be a system builder favorite when extra dollars need to be spent on other components. Zalman has given the system building community an excellent, no-frills cooling option that looks great and lets you focus your money where it needs to go.

    Read: Zalman CNPS10x Performa Black review

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    Matt began piling up computer experience as a child with his Mattel Aquarius. He built his first PC in the late s and ventured into mild PC modding in the early s. He’s spent the last decade covering emerging technology for Smithsonian, Popular Science, and Consumer Reports, while testing components and PCs for Computer Shopper and Digital Trends. When not writing about tech, he’s often walking—through the streets of New York, over the sheep-dotted hills of Scotland, or just at his treadmill desk at home in front of the inch 4K HDR TV that serves as his PC monitor.
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