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Good deal.
In my opinion, better than the CM 212 LED rebate deal on front page.

I have bad experience with rebate, and CM 212 LED compatibility with AM4 is not guaranteed. -- they mentioned they put AM4 bracket in the recent stock, but you never know, until you open the box. -- then Newegg charges restocking fee, if return.

Here is the comparison
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7tCm7HnzPi0
In short, almost same performance. CM 212 LED has more complicated mount (but solid),
GAMMAXX 400 is much easier to mount (but some review reported issues, but there is solution. See some Amazon review, such as https://www.amazon.com/gp/customer-reviews/R2QA7HCLHPGSJN/ref=cm_cr_dp_d_rvw_ttl?ie=UTF8&ASIN=B007JE... [amazon.com] )
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I have this cooler which I used to replace the stock cooler on a 2400g in my non over locked arcade cab. Upgrade was down to quiet it down. Now it is silent and of course no temperature issues either.

Good price, nice find OP.
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I've had 2 of these. One for my 6600k OC'd to 4.5Ghz and one for my new Ryzen 3600 stock. Neither let the CPU get above 60c. Good alternative to the 212 IMO.
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I've had 2 of these. One for my 6600k OC'd to 4.5Ghz and one for my new Ryzen 3600 stock. Neither let the CPU get above 60c. Good alternative to the 212 IMO.
Notice much of a difference going from a 6600k OC to 3600? I've got a 7700 non K and considering the switch and could use your thoughts.
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Great deal. Got one of these on a Ryzen 2600 OC'd all cores to 4.2Ghz at 1.3875V. Temps never about 60 degrees during heavy gaming. Also got one on a Ryzen 3600 OC'd to 4.3Ghz at 1.4V. Temps right at 62 degrees while gaming. I do have a push pull configuration on both systems. Great cooler for the price. I do hate the mount because it's all brute force.
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Notice much of a difference going from a 6600k OC to 3600? I've got a 7700 non K and considering the switch and could use your thoughts.
I didn't notice a huge increase in performance but the CPU is less taxed overall and it much more future proof. Biggest thing I saw was while playing PUBG; CPU usage went from 70%+ to at most 30%.
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Great deal. TU OP. I ended up buying it for $21 over at Amazon simply because I had a GC to use.
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I've had 2 of these. One for my 6600k OC'd to 4.5Ghz and one for my new Ryzen 3600 stock. Neither let the CPU get above 60c. Good alternative to the 212 IMO.
I have one of these on my Ryzen 3600 too. Are you saying you never get above 60C even stress testing?
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I have one of these on my Ryzen 3600 too. Are you saying you never get above 60C even stress testing?
I should have added "while gaming" I haven't OC'd or stress tested it.
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I should have added "while gaming" I haven't OC'd or stress tested it.
Let me know when you do. My temps are fine until I fire up stress testing or do heavy encoding. Kinda weird seeing the temp creep up into the high 70s when my 2700 never got past low 60s. I guess high temps seem to be normal for the 3000 series right now.
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No rebate sold me.
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Straight rip off of the popular CM212. Build quality is also a little cheaper... but it performs like a dream, and it's much easier to mount than the 212. I've used at least 5 of these in budgets builds with power hungry CPUs. Highly recommended for a cheap cooler that's super quiet and cools well.
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