Intel Thermal Solution RTS2011LC
Good build quality.
Quiet at low temperatures.
Fits all contemporary Intel socket types.
Loud at high temps.
Doesn’t cool as well as a $30 air cooler.
Cumbersome to install and remove.
Terrible printed directions.
By Maximum PC on September 05, 2012
Intel isn’t shipping stock heatsinks with Sandy Bridge-E CPUs, perhaps assuming that consumers of $600 and $1,000 CPUs are going to want performance a little better than Intel’s stock coolers have typically provided. Instead, Intel is...70
By PCWorld New Zealand on February 26, 2012
All-in-one water cooling kits have been all the rage lately, and Intel has jumped on the bandwagon with its own high performance liquid cooling system, the RTS2011LC. If it looks a little familiar to you, it should – it’s made by Asetek who...70
By Bit-tech.net on February 08, 2012
Despite sharing much of its design with one of our favourite coolers, the Antec Kühler H2O 920 (our model wasn't compatible with LGA2011 so wasn't able to take part in testing), the Intel Thermal Solution RTS2011LC offers no fan control and...71
By HotHardware on December 15, 2011
Both the Corsair H80 and H100 offer significantly improved performance over Intel's liquid cooler and allow for stable overclocks at a higher frequency than the Intel product can reach. Between the H80 and the H100, we like the H100 more--provided...-
By Legit Reviews on November 30, 2011
The Intel RTS2011LC is the flashiest sealed water kit we have seen to date, but with the estimated MSRP of $70-$80 may be pricy for some enthusiasts' taste with similarly priced high end air cooling available....-
By PC Mag on November 13, 2011
If you need a cooler for your Sandy Bridgeâ€“E CPUâ€”or just about any other Intel processorâ€”the Intel RTS2011LC Liquid Cooling Solution is a decent choice, but prepare for some headaches while...60
By Legit Reviews on September 14, 2011
The Intel Developer Forum kicked off this morning and when it comes to desktop hardware all the focus is on the companies upcoming X79 chipset and the new LGA 2011 socket that will debut along with it. When the platform launches it will usher in...-
By review-center.de on February 26, 2012
Neue Prozessoren erfordern meist auch eine leistungsstarke Kühlung, dies gilt insbesondere für die Prozessoren der Intel Extreme-Serie. Um diesem wachsenden Kühlungsbedarf gerecht zu werden, bietet Intel mit dem Intel RTS2011LC erstmals...-
By Tweak.dk on February 09, 2012
Intel har med deres nye Sandy Brigde E processorer valgt ikke at tilføje en standart køler, da processorenernes målgruppe primært udskifter den alligevel, så de har fjernet den for at gøre det lidt billigere. Derfor har de...65
By unlimitpc.com on December 29, 2011