• ARCTIC Alpine 64 Pro - 90 Watts Low Noise CPU Cooler for AMD AM4 Sockets with Patented Fan Holder - Patented Anti-Vibration System
  • ARCTIC Alpine 64 Pro - 90 Watts Low Noise CPU Cooler for AMD AM4 Sockets with Patented Fan Holder - Patented Anti-Vibration System
  • ARCTIC Alpine 64 Pro - 90 Watts Low Noise CPU Cooler for AMD AM4 Sockets with Patented Fan Holder - Patented Anti-Vibration System
  • ARCTIC Alpine 64 Pro - 90 Watts Low Noise CPU Cooler for AMD AM4 Sockets with Patented Fan Holder - Patented Anti-Vibration System
  • ARCTIC Alpine 64 Pro - 90 Watts Low Noise CPU Cooler for AMD AM4 Sockets with Patented Fan Holder - Patented Anti-Vibration System
  • ARCTIC Alpine 64 Pro - 90 Watts Low Noise CPU Cooler for AMD AM4 Sockets with Patented Fan Holder - Patented Anti-Vibration System
  • ARCTIC Alpine 64 Pro - 90 Watts Low Noise CPU Cooler for AMD AM4 Sockets with Patented Fan Holder - Patented Anti-Vibration System
  • ARCTIC Alpine 64 Pro - 90 Watts Low Noise CPU Cooler for AMD AM4 Sockets with Patented Fan Holder - Patented Anti-Vibration System
  • ARCTIC Alpine 64 Pro - 90 Watts Low Noise CPU Cooler for AMD AM4 Sockets with Patented Fan Holder - Patented Anti-Vibration System
ARCTIC Alpine 64 Pro - 90 Watts Low Noise CPU Cooler for AMD AM4 Sockets with Patented Fan Holder - Patented Anti-Vibration System
ARCTIC Alpine 64 Pro - 90 Watts Low Noise CPU Cooler for AMD AM4 Sockets with Patented Fan Holder - Patented Anti-Vibration System
ARCTIC Alpine 64 Pro - 90 Watts Low Noise CPU Cooler for AMD AM4 Sockets with Patented Fan Holder - Patented Anti-Vibration System
ARCTIC Alpine 64 Pro - 90 Watts Low Noise CPU Cooler for AMD AM4 Sockets with Patented Fan Holder - Patented Anti-Vibration System
ARCTIC Alpine 64 Pro - 90 Watts Low Noise CPU Cooler for AMD AM4 Sockets with Patented Fan Holder - Patented Anti-Vibration System
ARCTIC Alpine 64 Pro - 90 Watts Low Noise CPU Cooler for AMD AM4 Sockets with Patented Fan Holder - Patented Anti-Vibration System
ARCTIC Alpine 64 Pro - 90 Watts Low Noise CPU Cooler for AMD AM4 Sockets with Patented Fan Holder - Patented Anti-Vibration System
ARCTIC Alpine 64 Pro - 90 Watts Low Noise CPU Cooler for AMD AM4 Sockets with Patented Fan Holder - Patented Anti-Vibration System
ARCTIC Alpine 64 Pro - 90 Watts Low Noise CPU Cooler for AMD AM4 Sockets with Patented Fan Holder - Patented Anti-Vibration System

ARCTIC Alpine 64 Pro - 90 Watts Low Noise CPU Cooler for AMD AM4 Sockets with Patented Fan Holder - Patented Anti-Vibration System

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  • EXCELLENT COOLING PERFORMANCE: A 92 mm PWM fan on an aluminum extrusion heatsink in combination with pre-applied MX-2 high performance thermal compound provide good cooling performance and improve heat transfer from the CPU. In a test conducted by Dragon Steel Mods, the Alpine 64 PRO successfully reduced the CPU temperature of an Intel Q6600 by 6 degrees.
  • ULTRA QUIET: Its low noise impeller, patented fan holder and anti-vibration parts ensure the fan to work quietly even under full load. The test done by TweakTown has shown that the Alpine 64 PRO Rev.2 is 14 dBA and 9 dBA lower than the AMD and Intel boxed cooler respectively at full load.
  • COMPATIBILITY: AMD AM4, AM3(+), AM2(+), FM2(+), FM1
  • VIBRATION ABSORPTION: The patented vibration absorption fan holder is the key to keep the Alpine 64 PRO inaudible. It absorbs vibration caused by the spinning of the fan and thus it's barely heard even when it's running at full speed.
  • EASY INSTALLATION: The mounting of the Alpine 64 PRO is absolutely transport proof, the MX-2 thermal compound already pre-applied onto the heatsink. New in Rev.1.1: The installation is significantly easier and even quicker - Put it on (clips hook in automatically), fasten the screws - ready.

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Does not snap into both sides..just one I've installed many a CPU fan, cooler, water cooler, etc. All the way back from FM1s to current v9 Intels. This was for an old server where the stock fan had died on an AMD FM2 A4-6300. I bought this based on reviews and the installation seemed to be easy...clean your CPU with iso alcohol. Let it dry. Place this down and listen to both sides snap into place.Nope. One side will snap into place and the other won't be able to get lower to do the same unless you want to snap your board in half. Tried 5 times to mount it evenly giving each side no better leverage and then neither snaps into place.This thing is going right back into the box and back to the manufacturer for making claims of an easy install. 1Works great after 3 weeks of 24/7 operation I have a built PC with an AMD A8 9600 APU in it. The simple stock fan that came with my APU developed a persistent high-pitched jet engine whine after a year or so of use, and it couldn't keep up with the APU's temperatures when I started gaming. I didn't want a massive heatsink/fan, so I opted to go with this simple, normal-sized replacement instead. Installation was incredibly simple (ASRock B350 Pro 4 motherboard, AM4 socket). Just be sure to loosen the screws, pop it in place, then snug it back down. I will add here that although the heatsink came with thermal paste on it, the patch wasn't large enough to cover the whole APU surface, so I cleaned off the stock stuff and applied my own Arctic MX-4. I don't doubt the quality of the pre-applied thermal paste, but I wanted to make sure I had full coverage for optimal heat transfer.Since installing this new heatsink/fan, my APU has run consistently cooler even while under heavy load. I have fan speed control software that barely even has the fan on until the APU reaches 40c. While I'm gaming, the fan will finally notch up to 100% speed, but even then, my APU rarely spikes over 50c (whereas my stock heatsink/fan could only maintain around 60c-65c). On top of that, the fan itself is virtually silent. I can hardly hear it at all until it's on full speed, and even then, it's quieter than my stock APU's fan was-- even before the old bat developed a whine.So far, around 3 weeks in, I'm completely satisfied. I've always had good experiences with Arctic brand products, so my expectations are high here. If something goes wrong in the future, I'll be sure to update my review. 4Very Under Rated It's been awhile since I wrote a review on a PC product, meaning that this product blew me away. I had my Ryzen 1700x hook up to the Thermaltake 3.0 240mm AIO. Reason for changing from an AIO to this heat sink was to minimize the size of the PC case, since I only use this pc for streaming and editing. My temps while streaming and using the boost overclock use to range around 48c to 63c. Now with this simple Artic Cooler my temps do not get past 52c, keep in mind the case is way smaller (INWIN BL631 Compact Case) and only 1 80mm fan. This cooler is perfect for compact cases and does the job very well. I have been building PC for ever now and this was the easiest installation I have ever done. 530 Degree Difference... I was getting occasional random reboots and BSOD's with the PC running on a Gigabyte F2A88XM-D3H motherboard and AMD A10-7850K APU . They weren't frequent but they did occur with some regularity. I downloaded a temp monitoring program (HWMonitor) and noticed the CPU was showing 74-78C consistently, despite also having two 120mm chassis fans. I thought this was too high. Temp readings in the BIOS confirmed this.I built my PC, but I left the rather noisy stock cooler on that came with my FM2+ socket APU and never thought anymore about it. I'd never had a computer get fried due to overheating, and so far in my life all the stock coolers were adequate.This time, however, it appeared that an upgrade would be in order. After some research and review reading, I ordered the ARCTIC Alpine 64 GT Rev 2 CPU Cooler and Antec Thermal Grease Compound.Shipment came in two days via Prime, packaged well, no damage. I carefully removed the old paste from the APU as well as the factory paste on the ARCTIC with rubbing alcohol and applied the aftermarket paste to the heatsink of the ARCTIC cooler and mounted it to the 7850K. It snapped right into place with minimal fuss, very easy, no screw tightening or motherboard removal required in my mini-ATX case.Temps immediately dropped to 32 C and held under heavy load at 40-42 C. I could always hear the old fan and and when it spun up you could hear it from across the room. Now I have to keep checking the case to see if it's on, as it is very quiet.Not bad for a total of 12 bucks. I will be getting another one for our home server.UPDATE 6-25-15: Well our AC went out yesterday and it got up to 90 F inside. The CPU never cracked 50 C...so far so good! 5tight fit, but is nice and quite It took long enough, but the stock cooler in for my 5350 AMD rig finally started making enough noise that it was time to replace this. This guy had to fit on my ASROCK AM1H-ITX motherboard, and was it a tight fit. The capacitors and my ram (Kingston HyperX FURY 4GB 1600MHz DDR3 CL10 DIMM) on the side are very close to the edge of the heat sink! You are going from a 50mm fan up to an 80mm fan, so there definitely is a size difference. That said, the height on this thing fit inside of my super low profile case, a Antec Mini-ITX Case ISK110-VESA, without any problems. 5This massive and passive heatsink easily fit over the cpu on my MSI AM1i motherboard This was a really neat solution to the tiny heatsink/fan combo that came with my AMD AM1 cpu. I got the idea from a Youtube video I saw on the heatsink.My build is a tiny HTPC and I wanted it as quiet as possible. This massive and passive heatsink easily fit over the cpu on my MSI AM1i motherboard. The orientation of the case fan in the DIYPC HTPC CUBE BK allowed me to arrange the fins so that air would blow across the heatsink into the power supply, directly inline and be exhausted. A very quiet combination. The cpu temperature according to the hardware monitor in the BIOS indicated it running at 25c. Mounting the heatsink was a cinch because screw holes were located on each corner of the device.This is also a Linux Mint 17.2 build.I'm very happy with this purchase and the solution it provided. 5Does not fit AM4 Like another reviewer said already -the screws holes are in the right place for am4, but the screws that come with this cooler are not long enough> Even if you knock out the nuts on the back plate and install this using your motherboard's back plate, it will significant warp the mother board.Since this heat sink fits on the cpu with the stock am4 plastic mounts in place this company could have designed and ship a clip to attach to the stock cooler mounts. If they had done that you would be able to snap the stock cooler off and snap this one on -without bowing your motherboard.The mounting issue explains why it cost so little. 1Unbelieveable Performance for the Price I had an old Phenom II x6 that I wanted to turn into an HTPC. That idea nearly died as I turned on the computer and the stock heatsink sounded like a jet. As this was one of the cheapest coolers I could find, I decided to try this.This cooler is amazing. It uses the stock click that the OEM heatsink uses, so installation is done in a minute. You remove the old heatsink, clear out the thermal paste, clip this one on, and use a screwdriver to tighten up the clip a bit. After that, you are done.The difference between this and the stock heatsink is unbelievable. This cooler is totally silent - even at full load, I can barely hear the fan spinning. There is a pretty substantial thermal difference - about 15* C cooler when compared to the stock cooler. 5Poor quality performance and workmanship. Do not waste your money, spend the extra $7 and get the Cooler Master Hyper T2.Temps might not be accurate as I believe the temp sensor in the unit was busted since my CPU temps where jumping by 10 degreesCPU was stock, no OC.I used to it on my FX 8320 for a temp fix, it didn't even let me load a game without hitting 70C alarmIdled between 50C-60CPros:-Fan is quiet, the utilizing rubber standoffs instead of screws helps with vibration noiseCons:-Poorly machines, the fins are sharp and not broken or sanded in the slightest-The pad of the heat sink is VERY rough, so rough that it grabs onto cotton from the pad when cleaning it.The rough bottom makes for a poor contact to the CPU, thermal paste should not fill that many gaps.-Cooling performance is NOT good, there is no copper plate or pipes so the heat has to slowly transfer through the aluminum up tot he fins where it gets cooled. It's a very old style of heat sink that does not preform well for high watt CPU's.-The clamps made to grab on to the tabs around the socket are very poor and even with the screw locks do not have a firm hold on the CPU. 1Very good fan -- I have provided a few tips on installation. This CPU cooler fan was just installed in my 5 year old desktop PC. I built the computer from purchased components but it wasn't top of the line equipment by any means. The stock fan ran only at 800 RPM (per the freeware 'Speccy' app). Also I seemed to have problems with intermittency and thermal shutdown. After installing this fan the Speccy app showed CPU fan speed in excess of 2000 RPM. And the new fan is very quiet -- no more jet engine noise I was getting from the stock fan :)A few tips if you buy this. Download a YouTube video to help you install. The instructions provided are minimal and not very helpful. The tip I learned from YouTube was to use a q-tip dipped in rubbing alcohol to remove the thermal paste. Then wipe off the residue with a tissue. Be careful working around the CPU -- probably need to ground yourself by touching the chassis before reaching into the case. It was tricky to get the side latches on. I bent them outwards ever so slightly and that seemed to help. You do need to unscrew the two screws at the top of the cooler to loosen the brackets. This fan was larger than the stock fan but it did fit. You may want to look at the dimensions of it before you purchase in order to ensure that this is going to work.I'm glad I purchased this -- hope these tips help someone! 5
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Does not snap into both sides..just one I've installed many a CPU fan, cooler, water cooler, etc. All the way back from FM1s to current v9 Intels. This was for an old server where the stock fan had died on an AMD FM2 A4-6300. I bought this based on reviews and the installation seemed to be easy...clean your CPU with iso alcohol. Let it dry. Place this down and listen to both sides snap into place.Nope. One side will snap into place and the other won't be able to get lower to do the same unless you want to snap your board in half. Tried 5 times to mount it evenly giving each side no better leverage and then neither snaps into place.This thing is going right back into the box and back to the manufacturer for making claims of an easy install. 1Works great after 3 weeks of 24/7 operation I have a built PC with an AMD A8 9600 APU in it. The simple stock fan that came with my APU developed a persistent high-pitched jet engine whine after a year or so of use, and it couldn't keep up with the APU's temperatures when I started gaming. I didn't want a massive heatsink/fan, so I opted to go with this simple, normal-sized replacement instead. Installation was incredibly simple (ASRock B350 Pro 4 motherboard, AM4 socket). Just be sure to loosen the screws, pop it in place, then snug it back down. I will add here that although the heatsink came with thermal paste on it, the patch wasn't large enough to cover the whole APU surface, so I cleaned off the stock stuff and applied my own Arctic MX-4. I don't doubt the quality of the pre-applied thermal paste, but I wanted to make sure I had full coverage for optimal heat transfer.Since installing this new heatsink/fan, my APU has run consistently cooler even while under heavy load. I have fan speed control software that barely even has the fan on until the APU reaches 40c. While I'm gaming, the fan will finally notch up to 100% speed, but even then, my APU rarely spikes over 50c (whereas my stock heatsink/fan could only maintain around 60c-65c). On top of that, the fan itself is virtually silent. I can hardly hear it at all until it's on full speed, and even then, it's quieter than my stock APU's fan was-- even before the old bat developed a whine.So far, around 3 weeks in, I'm completely satisfied. I've always had good experiences with Arctic brand products, so my expectations are high here. If something goes wrong in the future, I'll be sure to update my review. 4Very Under Rated It's been awhile since I wrote a review on a PC product, meaning that this product blew me away. I had my Ryzen 1700x hook up to the Thermaltake 3.0 240mm AIO. Reason for changing from an AIO to this heat sink was to minimize the size of the PC case, since I only use this pc for streaming and editing. My temps while streaming and using the boost overclock use to range around 48c to 63c. Now with this simple Artic Cooler my temps do not get past 52c, keep in mind the case is way smaller (INWIN BL631 Compact Case) and only 1 80mm fan. This cooler is perfect for compact cases and does the job very well. I have been building PC for ever now and this was the easiest installation I have ever done. 530 Degree Difference... I was getting occasional random reboots and BSOD's with the PC running on a Gigabyte F2A88XM-D3H motherboard and AMD A10-7850K APU . They weren't frequent but they did occur with some regularity. I downloaded a temp monitoring program (HWMonitor) and noticed the CPU was showing 74-78C consistently, despite also having two 120mm chassis fans. I thought this was too high. Temp readings in the BIOS confirmed this.I built my PC, but I left the rather noisy stock cooler on that came with my FM2+ socket APU and never thought anymore about it. I'd never had a computer get fried due to overheating, and so far in my life all the stock coolers were adequate.This time, however, it appeared that an upgrade would be in order. After some research and review reading, I ordered the ARCTIC Alpine 64 GT Rev 2 CPU Cooler and Antec Thermal Grease Compound.Shipment came in two days via Prime, packaged well, no damage. I carefully removed the old paste from the APU as well as the factory paste on the ARCTIC with rubbing alcohol and applied the aftermarket paste to the heatsink of the ARCTIC cooler and mounted it to the 7850K. It snapped right into place with minimal fuss, very easy, no screw tightening or motherboard removal required in my mini-ATX case.Temps immediately dropped to 32 C and held under heavy load at 40-42 C. I could always hear the old fan and and when it spun up you could hear it from across the room. Now I have to keep checking the case to see if it's on, as it is very quiet.Not bad for a total of 12 bucks. I will be getting another one for our home server.UPDATE 6-25-15: Well our AC went out yesterday and it got up to 90 F inside. The CPU never cracked 50 C...so far so good! 5tight fit, but is nice and quite It took long enough, but the stock cooler in for my 5350 AMD rig finally started making enough noise that it was time to replace this. This guy had to fit on my ASROCK AM1H-ITX motherboard, and was it a tight fit. The capacitors and my ram (Kingston HyperX FURY 4GB 1600MHz DDR3 CL10 DIMM) on the side are very close to the edge of the heat sink! You are going from a 50mm fan up to an 80mm fan, so there definitely is a size difference. That said, the height on this thing fit inside of my super low profile case, a Antec Mini-ITX Case ISK110-VESA, without any problems. 5This massive and passive heatsink easily fit over the cpu on my MSI AM1i motherboard This was a really neat solution to the tiny heatsink/fan combo that came with my AMD AM1 cpu. I got the idea from a Youtube video I saw on the heatsink.My build is a tiny HTPC and I wanted it as quiet as possible. This massive and passive heatsink easily fit over the cpu on my MSI AM1i motherboard. The orientation of the case fan in the DIYPC HTPC CUBE BK allowed me to arrange the fins so that air would blow across the heatsink into the power supply, directly inline and be exhausted. A very quiet combination. The cpu temperature according to the hardware monitor in the BIOS indicated it running at 25c. Mounting the heatsink was a cinch because screw holes were located on each corner of the device.This is also a Linux Mint 17.2 build.I'm very happy with this purchase and the solution it provided. 5Does not fit AM4 Like another reviewer said already -the screws holes are in the right place for am4, but the screws that come with this cooler are not long enough> Even if you knock out the nuts on the back plate and install this using your motherboard's back plate, it will significant warp the mother board.Since this heat sink fits on the cpu with the stock am4 plastic mounts in place this company could have designed and ship a clip to attach to the stock cooler mounts. If they had done that you would be able to snap the stock cooler off and snap this one on -without bowing your motherboard.The mounting issue explains why it cost so little. 1Unbelieveable Performance for the Price I had an old Phenom II x6 that I wanted to turn into an HTPC. That idea nearly died as I turned on the computer and the stock heatsink sounded like a jet. As this was one of the cheapest coolers I could find, I decided to try this.This cooler is amazing. It uses the stock click that the OEM heatsink uses, so installation is done in a minute. You remove the old heatsink, clear out the thermal paste, clip this one on, and use a screwdriver to tighten up the clip a bit. After that, you are done.The difference between this and the stock heatsink is unbelievable. This cooler is totally silent - even at full load, I can barely hear the fan spinning. There is a pretty substantial thermal difference - about 15* C cooler when compared to the stock cooler. 5Poor quality performance and workmanship. Do not waste your money, spend the extra $7 and get the Cooler Master Hyper T2.Temps might not be accurate as I believe the temp sensor in the unit was busted since my CPU temps where jumping by 10 degreesCPU was stock, no OC.I used to it on my FX 8320 for a temp fix, it didn't even let me load a game without hitting 70C alarmIdled between 50C-60CPros:-Fan is quiet, the utilizing rubber standoffs instead of screws helps with vibration noiseCons:-Poorly machines, the fins are sharp and not broken or sanded in the slightest-The pad of the heat sink is VERY rough, so rough that it grabs onto cotton from the pad when cleaning it.The rough bottom makes for a poor contact to the CPU, thermal paste should not fill that many gaps.-Cooling performance is NOT good, there is no copper plate or pipes so the heat has to slowly transfer through the aluminum up tot he fins where it gets cooled. It's a very old style of heat sink that does not preform well for high watt CPU's.-The clamps made to grab on to the tabs around the socket are very poor and even with the screw locks do not have a firm hold on the CPU. 1Very good fan -- I have provided a few tips on installation. This CPU cooler fan was just installed in my 5 year old desktop PC. I built the computer from purchased components but it wasn't top of the line equipment by any means. The stock fan ran only at 800 RPM (per the freeware 'Speccy' app). Also I seemed to have problems with intermittency and thermal shutdown. After installing this fan the Speccy app showed CPU fan speed in excess of 2000 RPM. And the new fan is very quiet -- no more jet engine noise I was getting from the stock fan :)A few tips if you buy this. Download a YouTube video to help you install. The instructions provided are minimal and not very helpful. The tip I learned from YouTube was to use a q-tip dipped in rubbing alcohol to remove the thermal paste. Then wipe off the residue with a tissue. Be careful working around the CPU -- probably need to ground yourself by touching the chassis before reaching into the case. It was tricky to get the side latches on. I bent them outwards ever so slightly and that seemed to help. You do need to unscrew the two screws at the top of the cooler to loosen the brackets. This fan was larger than the stock fan but it did fit. You may want to look at the dimensions of it before you purchase in order to ensure that this is going to work.I'm glad I purchased this -- hope these tips help someone! 5
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