|商品尺寸||8.75 x 12.1 x 15.5 cm; 775.64 克|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||不是|
|颜色||Black, Copper, Silver|
保持安静!BK008 PURE ROCK SLIM CPU 散热器 120W TD
- High cooling capacity for this category, at 130W TDP
- Four 6mm heat pipes with aluminum caps carry heat to cooling fins for high performance
- Compact design saves space, making cooler compatible with a vast array of equipment and possible installation configurations
- Design supports mounting from atop the mainboard, greatly increasing convenience
- Compatibility with all current Intel and AMD sockets
With Pure Rock, be quiet! presents a CPU cooler series aimed at the Essential category of PC systems. Bringing be quiet!'s award-winning technology to quiet multimedia and graphics systems, and entry level computers of all types, be quiet! Pure Rock delivers an exceptional price-to-performance ratio. Pure Rock's compact design is compatible with all current Intel and AMD sockets and fits well into tight spaces. Put famous be quiet! technology into your PC today for low noise operation and maximum of cooling performance at entry level segment.
This cooler looks awesome and works great so far.
Now the Cons
Although it may look awesome the install was a total joke. I have installed hundreds of cpu cooling fan without the headaches I had of this one. First the instruction manual is a joke and isn't helpful in the least. I had to go on youtube to watch their video to even get a basic idea but that still was a joke and only shows 1 Intel installation and 1 AMD installation but not for each different socket type, And to find a better set of instructions on the internet is like pulling teeth. Next Be sure you tape your back plate on or else the problems arise even farther. The little washers that they provide and need to be installed for AMD were a nightmare to keep in place. Don't forget going by the video and instruction manual you need the thin washers and then the riser spacers together which I couldn't understand why they didn't just make the riser spacers that extra length to compensate for the washers to begin with. Well so I thought until I got to the point where I had just finished installing everything, Then noticed the whole unit just wiggled and moved around on the processor with ease. So I then had to remove everything to remove the thin washers. Then you have the long mounting screws that for the life of me wouldn't screw tight no matter whats done. You will need a shorter screw driver with a proper sized phillips tip or else they will strip out easily. Even then it's bound the mounting hardware will still be loose. The aluminum mounting hardware screwed down tight then after all this is when I realized it's better to remove the thin washers to keep a proper tight fit to sit the shroud down onto the processor properly or else it just wiggles all over the place.
At first glance of taking this CPU Cooler out of the box I was going to purchase another one for an AM4 system I just built but now after this crazy nightmare of an install I wouldn't recommend it to my worst enemy.
* Excellent cooling capacity. Keeps my i7-6700 at 19-23C at idle, and 49C-52C at load.
* Very quiet under normal operation, and even full fan speed is just a pleasant hum. (Granted, this is inside a Fractal Define C with all sorts of noise dampening too)
* Dirt cheap
* Push-pin Intel mounts by default, basically no assembly for the cooler itself other than attaching the fan and installing it onto the motherboard.
* Heatsink fins are super thin, so if you have to grab onto a piece of the cooler to get enough leverage to put the fan clips on, you have to be *super careful* to not let it be a hot-dog slicer for your fingers. The fins are also very malleable, and if you don't get the clips for the fan into the fins' gaps just perfectly, you'll likely bend them. None of the above have ever been an issue whatsoever on other budget coolers from Cooler Master, for example.
* Pre-applied paste is garbage. I've used 3 of these fans on 3 recent builds, and every single one also came with little flakes/strands of cardboard fiber stuck into the paste. The temps I mentioned above were achieved with Arctic Cooling MX-4, stock paste temps were roughly 5-10C higher at any given time.
This cooler is a no-brainer for value and performance. My first use of one was to replace an aging Corsair H55 that had some pump issues, and I was thoroughly surprised to see a $30 budget, silent cooler basically keep pace with a closed loop AIO at its prime. Just be extremely careful during installation due to the heatsink fin sharpness & malleability, don't use the stock pre-applied paste, and you'll have an absolute winner in your hands.