Today's Hard|Forum Post
Today's Hard|Forum Post

Monday July 01, 2013

be quiet! Dark Rock Pro 2 Review

According to the folks at Overclockers Club, even though the be quiet! Dark Rock Pro 2 is expensive, it does a good job keeping your CPU temps in check. Here's a quote from the review:

The idle temperatures delivered by the Dark Rock Pro 2 were consistent with my expectations at both stock and overclocked settings, keeping the Core i7 2600K at 26 آ°C. Looking at the load temperatures the Dark Rock Pro 2 performs well keeping temperatures below 50 آ°C when run at stock speeds and below 70 آ°C when overclocked, putting it in some elite company.