StarTech.com 95mm Socket T 775 CPU Fan with Heatsink

StarTech.com 95mm Socket T 775 CPU Fan with Heatsink (FAN775E)

95mm - 2600rpm, 2800rpm 1 x Hydraulic Bearing

$19.08 In Stock
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Description

Provide a fan and heatsink cooling solution to any standard Socket 775/T desktop CPU.

This Socket T/775 cooler is designed specifically for the Intel Socket 775 (Socket T) range of processors, including Intel Core 2 Duo and Intel Core 2 Quad, Core 2 Duo Extreme CPUs.

The CPU cooler features a large aluminum heatsink that maximizes dissipation of the heat around the CPU, as well a low-noise 95mm fan that provides up to 50 CFM of air circulation, helping to keep the CPU cooler for optimized performance.

The Socket 775/T cooler/fan offers simple installation, providing tool-less clips for easy connection to the motherboard.

A dependable, high quality CPU cooling solution, the Socket 775/Socket T CPU cooler is backed by StarTech.com''s 1-year warranty.

Main Features

  • Number of Fans: 1
  • Fan Bearing Type: 1 x Hydraulic Bearing
  • Fan Diameter: 1 x 95 mm
  • Fan Speed: 1 x 2600 rpm - ±10% RPM
  • Fan Speed: 1 x 2800 rpm - ±10% RPM with heatsink
  • Air Flow: 1 x 49.4 CFM
  • Fins/Pins Style: Straight Fin
  • Cooler Type: Thermoelectric
  • Connectors: 3-pin TX3
  • Input Voltage: 12 V DC
  • Form Factor: Side Fan
  • Dimensions: 68 mm Height x 95 mm Width x 95 mm Length - Product
  • Dimensions: 95 mm x 95 mm x 25 mm - Fan
  • Weight (Approximate): 374 g
  • Additional Information:

  • An efficient solution with a special fin design to ventilate and help cool your CPU
  • Tool-less clip for quick and easy installation
  • Compatibility:

  • Compatible with following Intel Socket T/775 Core 2 Processors:
    • Core 2 Quad - Up to Q6600
    • Core 2 Extreme - Up to QX6700
    • Core 2 Duo - (All Models)
  • Compatible with following Intel Socket T/775 Dual Core & Pentium Processors:
    • Pentium Extreme Edition - 840-965
    • Pentium D - 805-840/915-960
    • Pentium 4 Extreme Edition - Up to 3.73 GHz
    • Pentium 4 - 505-570J/620-672

  • Application/Usage: Processor
  • Standard Warranty: 1 Year
  • General Information

    Product TypeCooling Fan/Heatsink
    Brand NameStarTech.com
    ManufacturerStarTech.com
    Product Name95mm Socket T 775 CPU Fan with Heatsink
    Manufacturer Part NumberFAN775E
    Manufacturer Website Addresswww.startech.com
    Marketing Information

    Provide a fan and heatsink cooling solution to any standard Socket 775/T desktop CPU.

    This Socket T/775 cooler is designed specifically for the Intel Socket 775 (Socket T) range of processors, including Intel Core 2 Duo and Intel Core 2 Quad, Core 2 Duo Extreme CPUs.

    The CPU cooler features a large aluminum heatsink that maximizes dissipation of the heat around the CPU, as well a low-noise 95mm fan that provides up to 50 CFM of air circulation, helping to keep the CPU cooler for optimized performance.

    The Socket 775/T cooler/fan offers simple installation, providing tool-less clips for easy connection to the motherboard.

    A dependable, high quality CPU cooling solution, the Socket 775/Socket T CPU cooler is backed by StarTech.com''s 1-year warranty.

    Packaged Quantity20

    Fan Information

    Number of Fans1
    Fan Bearing Type1 x Hydraulic Bearing
    Fan Speed1 x 2800 rpm - ±10% RPM with heatsink
    Air Flow1 x 49.4 CFM
    Fan Diameter1 x 95 mm

    Heatsink Information

    Fins/Pins StyleStraight Fin
    Cooler TypeThermoelectric

    Interfaces/Ports

    Connectors3-pin TX3

    Power Description

    Input Voltage12 V DC

    Physical Characteristics

    Form FactorSide Fan
    Dimensions95 mm x 95 mm x 25 mm - Fan
    Weight (Approximate)374 g

    Miscellaneous

    Compatibility

  • Compatible with following Intel Socket T/775 Core 2 Processors:
    • Core 2 Quad - Up to Q6600
    • Core 2 Extreme - Up to QX6700
    • Core 2 Duo - (All Models)
  • Compatible with following Intel Socket T/775 Dual Core & Pentium Processors:
    • Pentium Extreme Edition - 840-965
    • Pentium D - 805-840/915-960
    • Pentium 4 Extreme Edition - Up to 3.73 GHz
    • Pentium 4 - 505-570J/620-672

    Application/UsageProcessor
    Additional Information

  • An efficient solution with a special fin design to ventilate and help cool your CPU
  • Tool-less clip for quick and easy installation
  • Warranty

    Standard Warranty1 Year
    March 6, 2010 BikerMike says:
    Pros: After running about a year my CPU temperature started climbing during high load processes (video encoding/decoding). I found that you can lift the fan section from the heat sink section and then use a vacuum cleaner to remove accumulated dust off of the heat sink fins. After you clean off the fins you just snap the fan section back on and watch your CPU temperature drop. I got 10degC lower temperature by cleaning heat sink fins.
    Cons: None.
    After running about a year my CPU temperature started climbing during high load processes (video encoding/decoding). I found that you can lift the fan section from the heat sink section and then use a vacuum cleaner to remove accumulated dust off of the heat sink fins. After you clean off the fins you just snap the fan section back on and watch your CPU temperature drop. I got 10degC lower temperature by cleaning heat sink fins. None. fan noise - not too bad.
    Overall rating of 4 because it does the job at a low cost.
    June 12, 2008 EKG says:
    Pros: It's huge, it cools a lot and it's def a good deal beefier then most at it's pricepoint for airflow. It also comes with a "syringe" of cooling flux to apply at will.
    Cons: the clips it uses. the fan and clips are plastic, and the twist nob thumb screw method is def not good for tight areas and only 3 of the 4 really seem to secure on the board. And there is no backplate to anchor it to.
    It's huge, it cools a lot and it's def a good deal beefier then most at it's pricepoint for airflow. It also comes with a "syringe" of cooling flux to apply at will. the clips it uses. the fan and clips are plastic, and the twist nob thumb screw method is def not good for tight areas and only 3 of the 4 really seem to secure on the board. And there is no backplate to anchor it to. I haven't fired up the board with this so I don't know how great the cooling power is, but, we'll see soon enough. Definetly install on the board before the board is in a narrow or smaller case if possible.
    April 2, 2008 spiker7521348 says:
    Fan runs well, may be a bit loud, but I haven't ran the PC w/ the case on to see if that dampened the sound. The speed is 1,000 rpm slower than my processor recommends,…