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|CPU Socket||Intel LGA 2011-3/2011/ 1366/ 1156/ 1155/ 1150/ 775AMD FM2+/ FM2/ FM1/ AM3+/ AM3/ AM2+/ AM2|
|Dimensions||146.4 x 128.9 x 96.6 mm|
(5.8 x 5.1 x 3.8 inch)
|Heat Sink Dimensions||145 x 124.7 x 85 mm|
(5.7 x 4.9 x 3.3 inch)
|Heat Sink Material||4 Direct Contact Heatpipes / Aluminium Fins|
|Heat Sink Weight||448 g / 0.99 lb|
|Heat Pipe Dimensions||Ø6mm|
|Fan Dimensions||92 x 92 x 25 mm (3.6 x 3.6 x 1 in)|
|Fan Speed||800~2,800 RPM (PWM) ± 10%|
|Fan Air Flow||15.7~54.8 CFM ± 10%|
|Fan Air Pressure||0.35~4.27 mm H2O ± 10%|
|Fan Life Expectancy||40,000 hours|
|Noise Level||10~33 dBA|
|Bearing Type||Rifle Bearing|
|Rated Voltage||12 VDC|
|Rated Current||0.24A + 10% max.|
|Power Consumption||2.88 W (max)|
|Fan Weight||74 g / 0.16 lb|
|Weight||636 g / 1.4 lb|
|EAN / UPC Code||4719512047514 / 884102026508|
From Hardware BBQ:
Coolermaster Hyper D92 is about $18 cheaper than Noctua NH-U9S and the NH-D9L. So you need to ask yourself what do you prefer the most? If you’re a user who don’t mind the mounting system as long as you’re careful and maybe even the sound at full speed, CM Hyper D92 would be your choice. But if you want a complete package, do take a look at the Noctua NH-U9S.
From Modders Inc.:
The Hyper D92 is priced at $45.99, placing it above budget into the mainstream category and it does decently against coolers in its price range considering the modest size. The direct contact surface is very efficient and has worked well for Cooler Master’s budget and mainstream offerings so there is no reason why it should not work for the Hyper D92 as well. If you ever find a need for a shorter tower cooler, perhaps when building a system on a Cooler Master Elite 241 (153mm height limitation) or the CM Silencio 352 (155mm clearance) or other compact mid-towers that prevent mainstream 120mm CPU coolers such as the Hyper 212 EVO from fitting, the Hyper D92 is a decent choice.
From Benchmark Reviews:
I think Cooler Master has another winner on their hands. I like the styling and design of the Hyper D92. The black cage with the black fans will go well with most components and cases. The compatibility with a huge variety of sockets is another plus. Installation was a breeze even with the minor hiccup I had with mounting the backplate. In any event that isn’t an issue with the design of the cooler itself, rather a problem with the design of the Antec 900 not giving enough vertical height to the CPU cutout on the back of their motherboard tray.
From Frosty Tech:
Ultimately, Coolermaster’s Hyper D92 put its best fin forward when its two 92mm fans are spinning at 2800RPM. Slowing the fans down to 800RPM will make the Hyper D92 nearly inaudible, but hampers the thermal performance of this semi-compact cooler. At stock fan speed the 147mm tall Coolermaster Hyper D92 performs to an average level on all three synthetic thermal test platforms; not the best thermal results nor lowest noise output, but not bad either.