CM Sphere
RR-CCZ-LL12-GP (Discontinued)

  
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Stylish, Elegant Cooling Design with Blue LED Fan

Universal design for Intel Core 2 Quad, Core 2 Extreme, Core 2 Duo and AMD Athlon 64x2 Dual-Core, AMD Athlon 64 FX

Complete Cooling Solution cools CPU and its surrounding components (motherboard, VRM, chipset and graphic card, etc.)

Superior Cooling Performance
- 100% copper structure
- 4 heat pipes
- Radial copper heatsink
- Superior vortex fan

Silent Operation at only 22 dBA


100% Copper Structure Maximizes Heat Conduction
Radial copper heatsinkVortex fan with blue LED4 heat pipes / Mirror copper base
Universal Design
Compatible with Intel Core 2 Quad, Core 2 Extreme, Core 2 Duo and AMD Athlon 64x2 Dual-Core, AMD Athlon 64 FX

Easy Installation
Intel Clip Design
AMD Clip Design


Complete Cooling Performance
Multi-Air outlet: Make heat dissipation efficiently
2 way airflow from top and bottom inlet provides massive airflow
Flexible Installation
The installation direction of the cooler depends on your main board and chassis


Model RR-CCZ-LL12-GP
Socket Type Intel LGA775, AMD Socket (775/939/940/AM2)
Heat Sink Dimensions 132 x 113 mm
Heat Sink Material 100% copper with 4 heatpipes
Fan 66 x 68 mm
Fan Speed 2200 R.P.M.
Bearing Type Long life sleeve
Fan Life Expectancy 40,000 hours
Fan Noise Level (dB-A) 22 dBA
Connector 3-pin
Weight 684.54 g
Warranty 1 year
UPC Code 870423005964
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      Xcpus.com
      Xcpus.com : August 2008


      Looking at the graphs, the Tuniq Tower 120 and the Thermalright Ultra 120 both seem to edge out the CM Sphere. That is until you look at all the factors. The Tuniq Tower is loud for a heatsink of this class and style, and the Thermalright option, while being quieter than the Tuniq Tower is incredibly large. While the Coolermaster Sphere may not be the best heatsink for those who would overclock it does have something that both the Tuniq and the Ultra-120 lack, style and originality.

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      Technohydra - Gamers Choice
      Technohydra.com : August 2008


      The CM Sphere is a great heatsink for those who are just after something better looking and more effective than stock cooling fan that comes with their CPU.  It looks great, is fairly quiet, and not that large compared to a lot of other heatsinks.  Installation is moderately easy, and it adds style to the inside of the case without sacrificing function.

      Pros:

      1. Looks great.  The design is eye-catching and the blue lighting is very nice.
      2. Nearly silent, operation at about 18 decibels. 

      3. While not effortless, the mounting system is virtually fool-proof.
      4. Will fit in all but the tiniest of cases.

       



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      OCIA - Approved
      ocia.net : August 2008


      As usual, Cooler Master has designed a good product that meets the needs of general users and computer enthusiasts alike. The Sphere is a very solid cooler, with sturdy copper fins firmly attached to the heat pipes and a radial fan mounted in the center. The motherboard bracket securely attaches the cooler to the motherboard, albeit in a somewhat unusual and slightly difficult-to-be-installed manner. Once in place however, the Sphere operates quietly and efficiently, keeping even such a heat generator as the over clocked 6400+ under control. The all-copper construction looks good and the top cap and LED ' s add that finishing touch.

      There really aren ' t any cons to the Sphere. Low cost and decent performance add up to a bargain for all but the most demanding of users. The Cooler Master Sphere has been awarded the OCIA.net Seal of Approval.



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