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CPU Cooler

Cooler Master Hyper TX3 54.8 CFM Sleeve Bearing CPU Cooler

(104 Ratings, 4.4 Average)

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Specifications

Manufacturer

Cooler Master

Model

Hyper TX3

Part #

RR-910-HTX3-G1

Manufacturer

Cooler Master

Fan RPM

800 - 2800 RPM

Noise Level

17 - 35 dB

Height

139 mm

Bearing

Sleeve

CPU Socket

  • LGA775
  • LGA1150
  • LGA1151
  • LGA1155
  • LGA1156
  • AM2
  • AM2+
  • AM3
  • AM3+
  • FM1
  • FM2
  • FM2+
  • AM4

Water Cooled

No

Fanless

No

Price History

    Reviews

    Spirafall
    • 667 points
    • 58 months ago

    from completed build Yatagarasu

    The CPU cooler was originally bought for a mini-ITX build when I later changed my mind. Works well and it hums reassuringly. Goes up to 4.4GHz overclock at 82 degrees, but decided to play it safe and stuck with 4.2GHz.

    acswim1
    • 25 points
    • 37 months ago

    No need to get a beefy cooler when the 212's cheap little brother can do the job. On Prime95 I only get 70c on core0 and 65 on core1.

    TheMeezak
    • 24 points
    • 51 months ago

    Alright fan for stock cpu speeds.

    Numberz123456789
    • 22 points
    • 54 months ago

    The Cooler Master 212 Evo's younger sibling. This CPU cooler is capable of having two fans for a push/pull configuration, however. It was a little hard getting onto an FM2+ board though.

    Pazaz
    • 21 points
    • 45 months ago

    from completed build Friend with a Budget

    Excellent cooler compatible with a lot of cases. No need for a backplate, though the installation gets tough if RAM is already placed in the board. Keeps everything at cool temperatures.

    corndogninja
    • 21 points
    • 43 months ago

    from completed build First Custom Gaming Build

    Very useful in that it can be mounted at any 90-degree angle to an AMD mobo (I had previously used a T4 which could only be mounted up or down). A bit small but it lines up perfectly with my case's exterior fan so I can't complain.

    eopest
    • 21 points
    • 39 months ago

    Not a bad little cooler, but the Zalman CNPS5X that I switched to on some of my later low power builds is quieter.

    AgentBlue
    • 20 points
    • 57 months ago

    from completed build EOS

    Easy installation on my Athlon X4 860K (FM2+ socket), dropping my idle temps from a whopping 60C to 36C. It's loud in a quiet room, but with headphones on, you don't even notice it.

    If you don't feel like a paying an extra $13 for an extra three centimeters and have an appropriate CPU, this is cooler for you.

    iElian
    • 20 points
    • 44 months ago

    from completed build Disastro- $450 Build

    Good for the price. Its also small :)

    Pooters
    • 18 points
    • 48 months ago

    from completed build My First Built PC

    Cools my CPU. What else should it do?

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