be quiet! Dark Rock Pro 2 CPU Cooler Review

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be quiet! Dark Rock Pro 2 CPU Cooler Review

be quiet! Dark Rock Pro 2 Cooler Review

Based in Germany be quiet! are a manufacturer of PSUs, coolers and case fans with a focus on the former. The product we have received from be quiet! today is the Dark Rock Pro 2 cooler their flagship model which promises ultra-high performance with virtually silent operation. Let’s find out if it achieves this goal…

Packaging and Bundle

be quiet! Dark Rock Pro 2 box be quiet! Dark Rock Pro 2 box

The Dark Rock Pro 2 packaging is rather large and gives us a decent image of the cooler with a good amount of product information on each side. Then upon opening the box we find a smaller box with our bundled items as well as plenty of foam protection.

be quiet! Dark Rock Pro 2 bundle

Bundled with the cooler we get installation brackets and items for socket 775, 1155, 1156, 1366 and 2011 as well as AM2/3/FM1/2. Also included is the manual for AMD/Intel systems and some thermal paste. Then pre-installed are two fans, the first is a 13.5cm model rated for 1500RPM. The second fan uses 1700RPM and is a 12cm model and air pressure on each can hit 1.82/2.1 mm H20 with airflow rated at 67.8/57.2cfm.

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