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be quiet! PURE ROCK SLIM 2 92mm 130W TDP PWM CPU Fan EXPIRED

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be quiet! via Newegg has be quiet! PURE ROCK SLIM 2 92mm 130W TDP PWM CPU Fan on sale for $25.90 -> Now $23.90 when you apply promo code BQMAY89 in cart. Shipping is free.

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  • A high 130W TDP cooling efficiency
  • An optimized AMD mounting for an even easier installation in alignment with the airflow
  • Full configuration of RAM memory banks in PC cases with limited space
  • Three high-performance 6mm heat pipes with aluminum caps and HDT technology
  • Pure Wings 2 92mm PWM fan for silent operation
  • PWM variable speed operation to help balance cooling and quietness
  • Brushed aluminum finish
  • Three-year manufacturer's warranty
  • Product conception, design and quality control in Germany

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Be quiet! [newegg.com]is selling the new Pure Rock Slim 2 on newegg.com for 25.90 with free shipping.
QA Note:-> Now $23.90 when you apply promo code BQMAY89 in cart.


I am using the original Pure Rock Slim on an Intel i7-6700k microATX build as a living room VR computer and have been highly impressed by it. Have also been using Silent Wings fans for a few years now.

https://www.guru3d.com/articles_p...iew,8.html - Here is a review of the original Pure Rock Slim.
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It appears the mechanism for AM2/2+/3/3+/4 are the same. I think because AM2 is now 15+ years old, they just dont put it on the list anymore because the chances of someone using it still are fairly low.
Corey, it looks very similar to the Vetroo. The Vetroo is 148mm in height and the cooler you listed is 160mm which is quite tall. I have been building computers for close to 20 years. I started with the original Thermalright Ultra 120 which is what every one of these coolers copies. The more heatpipes and a quality fan makes a difference. Otherwise get whatever is the least expensive.

The OP's unit has one less heatpipe than the standard Pure Rock cooler. I have a 8940 from Dell coming tomorrow. 6 core 12 thread with the worsts cooler you can get. The Vetroo has been confirmed to fit the 8940 case which is basically the same dimensions as the G5 case. I ordered the Dell (slickdeal) for the 1660 super. So a Vetroo cooler will have to do for the 8940.

I have a NIB Coolermaster 212 that will not fit the Dell SFF case. A 240mm AIO is really what you want. Otherwise any air cooler 120mm should do a decent job.
According to the specs the Pure Rock Slim 2 has a TDP of 130W while the original had a TDP of 120W, so this theoretically has more cooling capacity.

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I have this. Definitely very quiet and easy to install.
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Need a CPU cooler since the one that comes with the new Intel chips is pretty bad. What's the difference between the original pure rock slim and this one? Just the LGA 1200 compatibility?
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Need a CPU cooler since the one that comes with the new Intel chips is pretty bad. What's the difference between the original pure rock slim and this one? Just the LGA 1200 compatibility?
According to the specs the Pure Rock Slim 2 has a TDP of 130W while the original had a TDP of 120W, so this theoretically has more cooling capacity.
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It shows CPU Socket Compatibility as AMD Socket AM3+/AM4 does anyone know if it will work on AM2/AM2+, seems like they all use the same mounting so it should work?
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It shows CPU Socket Compatibility as AMD Socket AM3+/AM4 does anyone know if it will work on AM2/AM2+, seems like they all use the same mounting so it should work?
https://pcper.com/2016/05/report-...3-coolers/

It appears the mechanism for AM2/2+/3/3+/4 are the same. I think because AM2 is now 15+ years old, they just dont put it on the list anymore because the chances of someone using it still are fairly low.
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I don't have a pc but I bought one anyways Smilie
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Argh. Not socket 1700 compatible.
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Damn, just bought the Hyper 212 Evo Black for $39.
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This resembles Cooler Master Hyper TX3.
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This OUTPERFORMS Cooler Master's Cooler
Review by HardwareCanucks on YouTube https://youtu.be/guJnDpeCbJM
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Quote from Numus19 :
https://pcper.com/2016/05/report-...3-coolers/

It appears the mechanism for AM2/2+/3/3+/4 are the same. I think because AM2 is now 15+ years old, they just dont put it on the list anymore because the chances of someone using it still are fairly low.
Okay and thanks I getting one more for quietness than maximum cooling.
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is this good with ryzen 2700x?
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Hopefully this works with my old Dell XPS 8500 as it runs pretty hot with the stock HSF.
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