PCWizKid puts to the test the Cooler Master Hyper N620. This CPU cooler supports all current CPU sockets. Weighing s 847 grams and dimensions of 140.8 x 96.4 x 160.7 millimeters, its rather a larger cooler but for good reason. Two fans (800~2,000 rpm) blue LEDs sandwich the aluminum heatsink in the middle and provide a steady airflow. Heat is transferred to the aluminum fins via six copper heat pipes from the solid copper base that makes contact with the CPU.
The Hyper N620 is bigger, has faster fans and thus should keep things cooler than the Hyper N520 (which has 5 heatpipes and the Fans are not LED and a little slower). For those using a CPU at stock values or casual overclocking the N520 would be a good choice, however the Hyper N620 has better potential for hard core overclockers looking to squeeze the most out of their CPU aswell as keeping the inside of the case looking hip and blue.
As seen in the review PCWizKid got terrific results which proves that Cooler Master track record for CPU coolers is exceptional and a trustworthy choice for anyone looking to keep their system cool. Compared to the V8 and V10 from Cooler Master the Hyper N620 follows through with its capabilities to handle overclocking. PCWizKid has used the Cooler Master Cooler with high end Phenom II's and using the Intel Core 2 Quad Q8400 has no different. So if your in the market for a new AMD or Intel CPU and a cooler to go with it, for about $50 US you can get this terrific mainstream cooler that shines inside and out!