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Big Shuriken 3
300 - 1800 RPM
2.7 - 30.4 dB
Black / Silver
- 12 points
- 1 month ago
from completed build Hell of an Engineer Mk. II
Awesome cooler. I like that it covers/cools the VRMs so that you can still see the RAM. Mainly purchased it for a noise improvement over the Wraith Stealth stock cooler. The only noise I can hear at idle is the hard drive.
- 10 points
- 3 months ago
from completed build Altair, the SFF Custom Computer Case
This is a beastly cooler that is... well, let's just say it doesn't fit into a certain category. It is beastly for cooling my CPU, keeping temps that I'd say are pretty cool, but is 69mm tall, making it fit into only a few SFF cases. And you can buy a good tower cooler for the same price, giving better airflow through your PC. Overall, for my build clearances, it's great, but be wary about it's size. Also the way it is packed bends the fins on the bottom of the heatsink. All in all, 4 out of 5, mainly for the packaging.
- 6 points
- 28 days ago
from completed build [ABRM.019]
Probably my favorite part in the entire build. This cooler lands somewhere in between a SFF and a non-SSF cooler. it doesn’t fit in a lot of SFF cases, and in a non-SSF build it should provide “okay” cooling as long as you don’t have an extremely powerful cpu. If your making a non-SFF build and are not partially basing your choice in cpu cooler on looks, I strongly advise you to look for something else.