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Silent 120mm Fan.
Effective Six 6mm Heatpipes.
Fits any current generation CPU socket.
Core Contact Design.
Staggered Heatpipe Design.
Wave Pattern on Radiator Fins.
Simple to Install.
Support dual 120mm fans.
3 year warranty.
Longer than a 10 minute install.
Fan Mounts a nightmare.
Push configuration covers 2 DIMM slots.
Not Recommended for LGA2011 Systems.
Prefer fan clip mounting method.
Limited overclocking headroom.
By Overclockers Club on May 27, 2012
Having never had the chance to play with, or even see in person, a cooler by SilenX/PCCooler, I wasn't sure what to expect out of this budget-friendly heatsink. I always try to keep judgments to a minimum because I might come out impressed with how...
By Kitguru.net on May 24, 2012
Today we are reviewing the new EFZ-120HA5 heatsink from SilenX Corporation. The EFZ-120HA5 is a tower style heatsink that utilizes three 6mm heatpipes that contact directly with the processor for maximum thermal dissipation. A universal mounting...
By FrostyTech on April 27, 2012
he SilenX EFZ-120HA5 stands 157mm tall and weighs a modest 648 grams. It installs onto Intel socket LGA2011/1366/1155/1156/775 and AMD socket 754/939/940/AM2/AM3/FM1 processors....
By APH Networks on April 13, 2012
"It's like the stock market," explains one of my friends. "Sometimes it's up, and sometimes it's down. Sometimes, it even goes into a recession." In life, there are always certain features of various types of goods and products that stand...
By Hardware Secrets on April 02, 2012
The SilenX EFZ-120HA5 is a good cooler, with high quality construction, nice looks, simple installing system, and a beautiful box. It is also very quiet and has an attractive price tag.However, its performance is barely mediocre. Due to its...
By Pureoverclock on March 26, 2012
After seeing the performance results, the best way to sum up the SilenX EFZ-120HA5 is that it is an adequate cooler when mounted on a Sandy Bridge-E processor, chips which run considerably hotter than the first-gen processors. Perhaps the SilenX...
By Hi Tech Legion on March 03, 2012
The SilenX EFX-120HA5 is a mixed bag. There are many ups and downs to this CPU cooler. The good comes from what is advertised, silence and performance. The bad stuff comes from a design point, which many people can overlook. I'll start with the bad...
By Ninjalane on February 29, 2012
Even though we try to concentrate on enthusiast level cooling solutions we are often called on to look at more mainstream heatsinks to see just how good they really are. In the case of the SilenX EFZ-120HA5 we are pleasantly surprised to see some...
By Hardware Bistro on February 29, 2012
SilenX has been a privately-owned and operated company based in southern California since 1995. There are several research and design facilities in addition to our primary warehouse facility and our renowned technical support and customer service...
By Pro-Clockers on February 13, 2012
The SilenX Effizio EFZ-120HA5 is a real solid performer and very capable of cooling all generation processors. And it does this using a really quiet fan. So, quiet that you will have to place your ear almost next to the cooler to hear it. SilenX...
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