SilverStone Heligon HE01 CPU Cooler Review

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SilverStone Heligon HE01 CPU Cooler rated 100% KICKASS by 3dGameMan.com

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Sponsored by: SilverStone Technology Co., Ltd.
Review category: Cooling
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The SilverStone Heligon HE01 CPU Cooler is hardcore all the way. It comes with a Nickel-coated copper base, 6 heat pipes with lots of aluminum fins and a large 140mmm fan. It fits any current Intel or AMD socket, supporting CPUs up to 300W. This twin tower heatsink rocks!


 

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sklivanitis
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Just remember not to move your case too much with such a heavy cpu cooler like this attached to your motherboard. You will end up with a huge hole where the cpu socket used to be :)

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Big one!! Very nice.

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NOTE: You can actually mount a couple of optional fans on the outside using the included extra clips. The fan speed range is from 500 to 2000RPM and they include rubber grommets to cut down on vibration.

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Lvaneede
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It seems like it would be good, but I prefer the Cooler Master ones

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great review, cant stop whatching your videos, greetings from Nicaragua. robs

3dGameMan
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Thanks bud :)

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can more then one fan be added to this for a push pull config?

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NOTE: You can mount a couple of extra fans on the outside using the included extra clips. And the Fan speed range is from 500 to 2000RPM and they include rubber grommets to cut down on vibration.

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Wow! So many heatsinks in the market and it can be very hard to choose one that's the best in terms of thermal performance but I'm not going to be doing any overclocking. I'm planning to buy a new Kaveri-based APU next year and I'm in for making my next build as near-silent as possible.

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Anonymous

Get one of the Noctua CPU-Coolers, you can`t get anything better and quieter.They are pretty expensive but really worth their money.