Thermalright Macho Rev.A cpu cooler



Thermalright Macho Rev.A cpu cooler

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The first scored well, matching the Macho Rev.A and Argon AR03 for points and outclassed both in operating volume, which was barely audible. Picking between the NH-U12S and the Macho Rev.A wouldn't be easy, though I'd probably opt for the Macho Rev.A.

By TechSpot on

Stupendously good value for money, perfect acoustics, great build quality and a smart design make the Thermalright Macho Rev.A (BW) one of the best CPU coolers we have ever tested. It excels as an extreme air CPU cooler, the market segment which we believe it to be situated in, and as a result we have no hesistation in awarding this product the eTeknix Editor’s choice award.

By eTeknix on

Massive coolers are generally a few things: a nightmare to fit, turbine-loud and incredibly obstructive to everything in the surrounds of your CPU socket. Thermalright's huge Macho Rev.A cooler takes all those preconceptions and changes the rules. It's...

By TechRadar on

Looking first at the build quality and design of the Macho cooler we have a product which scores reasonably well on both fronts. The cooler feels solid and there are no concerns with manufacturing, each soldered section is strong and the CPU block...

By HardwareHeaven on

In many regards, the Macho Rev. A is similar to the CNPS14X. Noise levels with both are pleasingly quiet, and the delta T results achieved by both were only 1°C apart in both Intel tests (once again the Macho Rev. A could not be mounted to our AMD...

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