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be quiet! Dark Rock Pro 2 CPU Cooler Review


be quiet! Dark Rock Pro 2 CPU Cooler Review

The idle temperatures delivered by the Dark Rock Pro 2 were consistent with my expectations at both stock and overclocked settings, keeping the Core i7 2600K at 26 °C. Looking at the load temperatures the Dark Rock Pro 2 performs well keeping temperatures below 50 °C when run at stock speeds and below 70 °C when overclocked, putting it in some elite company. What stands out even more than the cooling is the lack of noise emanating from the chassis. The case fans are noisier than the heat sink and from two to three feet away you do not hear either, delivering the ultimate in cooling and quiet! … at OverclockersClub


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