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Cooler Master Hyper N620 CPU Cooler Review
Author: Rafael Otto Coelho
Type: Reviews Last Updated: December 3, 2009
Page: 2 of 9
Cooler Master Hyper N620
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Hyper N620 would be a conventional tower cooler, if it wasn't for some details. The first one is the fact that it comes with two fans installed. In Figure 4 we have a front view of N620 and where you can see the first fan, which pushes air into the heatsink.

Cooler Master Hyper N620
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Figure 4: Front view.

In Figure 5 we see the second fan, which helps to remove hot air from the heatsink. If you pay close attention you will see that the fan connector has four pins and thus the cooler features automatic speed control (PWM).

Cooler Master Hyper N620
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Figure 5: Rear view.

In Figure 6 we have a side view of the cooler. It is not too deep since with two fans it would take a lot of room on the motherboard. Fan attachment is made using screws on the top and with rubber holders on the bottom.

Cooler Master Hyper N620
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Figure 6: Side view.

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