As can be seen from the performance tests the results are quite close and even identical. One can clearly see the differences between the stronger and leading heaters and the more "popular" heaters. For those of us who are looking for uncompromising performance, there is theNoctua
NH-D14 and Coolink Corator DS that showed close performance, with small lead on the side Noctua
NH-D14 both in temperature and noise level, even though the heat sink uses no less than two fans.
They are immediately followed by the Scythe Mugen II, the Cogage True Spirit and the Evercool Transformer 4, which performed excellently in relation to the noise level, although the Scythe heatsink managed to get the new competitor from the Cogage by only one degree, while the Evercool Transformer 4 trailed behind both of them, but still managed to carry out the task in miraculous silence.
At the bottom of the performance table are theCooler Master
Hyper 212 Plus and the Arctic Cooling Freezer 7 Pro Rev.2, both of which are designed for the lower market and show absolutely reasonable performance, although the noise level at maximum effort is unbearable and constantly surpasses most users, especially since it is a competitor from home Cooler Master
, While the Hyper 212 Plus squints toward the larger craters, showing (in spite of the noise) differences of individual degrees between stronger and more expensive curvature.
If we look at the price-performance ratio and quietness level, the Scythe Mugen II is the winner, with a price tag of about 180 shekels, but on the other side of the arena stands the Cogage True Spirit which shows very close performance and more convenient installation, but loses big in the test Noise level.
A cooler that performs well is the Coolink Corator DS, which has an unprecedented performance, although it is not sold regularly in our country, but considering its price abroad, which is about NIS 220 (after conversion to dollars), it is definitely worthwhile. The Noctua NH-D14 Leads unequivocally in terms of performance and is extremely quiet, but its high price, which stands at close to NIS 400, is the one that does not make it worthwhile, and automatically transfers it to the arena of Cooling
Super-invincible and especially expensive.
For reasonable performance seekers,Cooler Master
Hyper 212 Plus and the Arctic Cooling Freezer 7 Pro Rev.2 when performance enthusiasts and "deaf" builders will prefer the heat sink from home Cooler Master
, While the challenger on the part Arctic
Cooling displays a particularly tempting price of NIS 120, and a more reasonable level of noise.
First place - Scythe Mugen II
Second place - Coolink Corator DS
Third place - Evercool Transformer 4
Best Performance - Noctua NH-D14