Cooler Master GeminII M4 - CPU Cooler with 4 Direct Contact Heat Pipes (RR-GMM4-16PK-R2)
- Speed: 500 - 1600rpm (PWM) 10%
- Bearing Type: Long Life Sleeve Bearing
- Life Expectancy: 40,000 hours
- Noise Level: 8 - 30 dBA
- Airflow: 17.4 - 58.4 CFM 10%
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My biggest issue would have to be that it's so fat that it tends to block slots (ram, pci, or other slots) due to it's large width. It becomes an issue for smaller mobos like my own and quite honestly defeats the purpose of a low profile heatsink.
Luckily, I made it fit (by about 1cm) and only because my ram is average height.
In the end it's kinda a counter intuitive design but luckily it worked out for me and make sure you check to see if you have enough room.
Here's a picture and forgive my lack of cable management, I made a horrible case decision (first time PC builder mistake)
I'm surprised a well known name brand wasn't much better than the cheap ones. The install, even with directions, was annoying. The bracket had to be trimmed here and there to fit. Being a metal bracket, decided to pad with e-tape, as it also contacted several traces on the board. Had to access the back of the board. If you don't have an access panel with an opening cut into the case, which many don't, you'll have to completely disassemble your computer and remove the main board to install the cooler.