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SILVERSTONE NT06-PRO Low Profile CPU Cooler with Thin 120mm fan

Item #: 9B-35-220-058  |  Mfr. Part #: NT06-PRO  |  UNSPSC: 43201538
$58.00
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  • 1000~2200RPM with PWM
  • 33.623~73.969CFM
  • Copper base, heat pipes with aluminum fins

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    Top Favorable Review

    GREAT LOW PROFILE UNIT

    again, great low profile unit, took a little bit of time to install brackets, looks awesome, spreads the heat as stated, the 120mm fan can be mounted on top or bottom. Just make sure you spread the grease that comes it it as you should, remember ... Read more
    — soledad s. 1/6/2013
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    Top Critical Review

    PITA to Install

    I've tried to install the heatsink in a Silverstone Raven RVZ01 mini-ITX case and I couldn't get it to install correctly. Plus the heatsink's backplate didn't fit very well with my mini-ITX motherboard (ASROCK FM2A88X-ITX+) because of a MOSFET ... Read more
    — Ryan C. 6/5/2014


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    • JUAN R.
    • Verified Owner

    1 out of 5 eggs NT06-PRO Low Profile CPU Cooler

    Pros: I had to return the cooler do to manufacture defect. It was a pain to install but after two attempts it's not hard. I liked the design but it was no good for me do to defect. I wasn't able to see how well it would cool my i7 4790k.

    Cons: manufacture defect

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    • Jean-Francois B.
    • Verified Owner

    3 out of 5 eggs I RMA the product

    Pros: Look nice

    Cons: Too big for my ML07 case, fan makes ALOT of noise, go for liquid cooler for same price

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    • jamie m.
    • Verified Owner

    5 out of 5 eggs Quiet little cpu cooler

    Pros: Very quiet. Runs cool. Installs relatively easy. Plenty of YouTube vids to help with that.

    Cons: Instructions are a little confusing, but with YouTube, they make more sense.

    Bottom Line: Traded out the stock fan for this and I'm much happier at how quiet it is. Doesn't make a noise.

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    • Dominic J.
    • Verified Owner
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    3 out of 5 eggs Small Form Factor Cooling Monster

    Pros: Includes rubber isolating stickers for the fan to keep vibration noise to a minimum
    The cable for the fan is a sleeved black cable rather than just the colored exposed wires

    Nice thin fan at 20 mm that moves a decent amount of air all while being very quiet compared to my old cooler.

    Having the option to put the fan underneath rather than just on top makes this a great cooler for small form factor builds that may not have a lot of height room like mine.

    Great cooling performance thanks to those 6 heat pipes and a good performing 120 mm fan as shown below:

    SILVERSTONE NT06-PRO (Fan underneath)
    • Idle Average: 100.4 °F
    • Load Average: 130.1 °F
    • Noise: Like a small breeze

    Cooler Master Vortex Plus (Old Cooler)
    • Idle Average: 109.4 °F
    • Load Average: 167.9 °F
    • Noise: Like a hair dryer

    Cons: The heat sink was bent right out of the box. I was able to very gently bend it back to its original parallel state with its base. I don’t know who is to blame for this but it is unacceptable in regards to the good quality I was expecting.

    One of the plastics clips that attaches to the back plate was broken right out of the box. Thankfully this wasn’t needed for an AMD platform so I didn’t need the clip but still I expect better.

    Bottom Line: Overall despite the slight damage to my unit this is a great cooler for a small form factor build. If it will fit a bigger cooler with a bigger fan is always better when you’re working with a small form factor system. Basically if your case can accommodate a cooler with a 120+ mm fan get it, don’t waste your time and money on one with a smaller fan, they’re just loud and inefficient.

    CPU: AMD A10-5800K @ 3.5 GHz
    Mobo: AsRock FM2A85X-ITX
    Case: LIAN LI PC-Q11B
    Thermal Compound: Artic MX-4
    Stress Test: Prime95 for 10 minutes

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    • Jonathon H.
    • Verified Owner

    5 out of 5 eggs Love it!

    Pros: It's quiet!
    Excellent cooling power and has a very low profile if used with the fan under the heatsink blowing up through it.
    First perfectly on my Gigabyte G1 Sniper M5. Installed with the heatpipes towards the memory and clears it no problem. Does come PRETTY close the the first PCI-e slot though...

    Cons: The install was a little clumsy.. but I installed it on a motherboard that wasn't in my case yet.

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    • Rosemarie F.

    1 out of 5 eggs Epic Failure

    Pros: n/a

    Cons: 1. The heatsink was not lapped. It took a river of TIM to fill the valley in the heatsink. The finish was worse then brushed aluminum.
    2. most of the heat pipes protrude so far out of the fins, that it bangs into the back of the case, side of the case, or back of the video cards- depending on how you mount it.
    This was in a SG05. They recommend you use this in a SG05....EPIC FAIL.

    Bottom Line: bent but that doesn't stop it from working, like the other issues.

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    • Ryan C.
    • Verified Owner

    3 out of 5 eggs PITA to Install

    Pros: Nice big looking cooler. Low profile.

    Cons: I've tried to install the heatsink in a Silverstone Raven RVZ01 mini-ITX case and I couldn't get it to install correctly. Plus the heatsink's backplate didn't fit very well with my mini-ITX motherboard (ASROCK FM2A88X-ITX+) because of a MOSFET on the underside was blocking proper backplate fitting. I was afraid the tension of the backplate and heatsink would damage the MOSFET and thereby the motherboard. And have fun getting this sucker installed in the very tight space of the RVZ01 case. The bracket tension is terrible. Also the fan that came with it was a 3pin and not 4pin. Perhaps a packing mistake? Not happy about it.

    Bottom Line: Fortunately my motherboard survived the ordeal with this Silverstone cooler. I've instead went with the Corsair H55 watercooler and it fits nicely inside the RVZ01 case. Easy install! Keeps the temps pretty cool on my AMD A10-7850K APU. :)

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    • william g.
    • Verified Owner

    1 out of 5 eggs will not fit my MOBo

    Pros: looks good, good reviews. ( i am guessing the reviews were for intel and not AMD boards.)

    Cons: I bought this heatsink based on previous reviews.
    seemed like it would be a good match with the
    GIGABYTE GA-F2A88XM-D3H FM2+ / FM2 AMD Micro ATX AMD Motherboard and
    AMD A10-6800K Richland 4.1GHz (4.4GHz Turbo) Socket FM2 and a
    Fractal Design Node 605 HTPC case.

    Followed the directions exactly. The clips that secure the fan to the mobo do not fit the pattern of the AMD back plate that was sent with this cpu cooler.
    There is a combination of 2 each AMD and Intel clips that fit together via some really small screws that make a rectangular support that is used in conjunction with a crossbar type clip that holds the fan down onto the cpu.
    its actually more of a square shape than a rectangular shape and just does not fit the pattern of the back-plate. Tried going online to find out more info but all info is based on installation of intel cpu and not AMD cpu's. returning product for refund.
    Has anyone else come across this problem?

    Bottom Line: seems like there should be two other longer clips to screw onto the AMD clips. The intel clips that are supposed to screw onto the AMD clips are short by about an inch.

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    • Takam
    • Verified Owner

    4 out of 5 eggs awesome

    Pros: keeps my cpu under 45-50 celcius under load and 30-33 celcius with no load. in my sg03 silverstone case. which is enclosed with a 7970 sapphire x ...it made clearance underneath the full psu. just made it. it was a close fit but you can make it work. the cpu fan runs low around 1200cfm to 1500cfm and to my suprise it keeps the cpu cool and quiet.

    Cons: none besides the tight clearance but it stills works.

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    • Brian G.
    • Verified Owner

    1 out of 5 eggs Does Not Clear RAM Modules with Tall Heatsinks

    Pros: This is massive and I'm sure it would provide significantly more cooling than stock CPU coolers.

    Cons: This is very large and unfortunately does not clear memory modules with tall heatsinks. I tried to use this with the SilverStone RVZ01B and had to remove the fan on the cover due to clearance issues. In the end, ended up not using this cooler due to clearance issues with the case and internal parts.

    Bottom Line: My recent build:


    Case: SilverStone RVZ01B
    MB: ASRock Z87E-ITX
    CPU: Intel Core i7-4770K
    CPU Cooler: Stock
    RAM: Patriot Viper 3 16GB DDR3 1600
    SSD: SAMSUNG 840 EVO MZ-7TE250BW
    HD: Seagate ST2000DX001 2TB
    GPU: MSI Gaming N760 TF 2GD5/OC

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