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be quiet! Dark Rock TF Top Flow CPU Cooler Review

By: Chad Sebring | CPU Air Coolers in Cases, Cooling & PSU | Posted: Nov 30, 2015 2:10 pm
TweakTown Rating: 97%Manufacturer: be quiet!

Packaging

 

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Packaging is typical to be quiet! with the all black packaging. At the top, we are told about the SilentWings fans and are given the company name before we see the image of the Dark Rock TF that is inside. It also tells is this s no compromise silence and performance with a 220W TDP, followed up with five features at the bottom.

 

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Spinning to the next panel, we are offered a paragraph about what the Dark Rock TF is for and about. It mentions that it is built for places with restricted height, it offers near silent operation, it's powerful, made for high-end materials and that it is entirely done in Germany with a three-year warranty to back all of that up. We also see one of our previously given awards attached to the bottom.

 

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On the back, we find out what drives the company at the top. This is followed with renderings where five features are pointed to in the design. The lower section then offers a specifications chart as well as a look at the six-pole motor used in these fans.

 

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Just now on the opposing panel, English was not the only displayed language converting all the features found in the Dark Rock TF. This side continues the list to a total of six languages covered now.

 

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Inside of the large box, we find that a fan set into a folded cardboard container is placed at the top and bottom of the cooler body for transit. This along with the dense foam used to make the center support makes sure the cooler inside of it all arrives in great shape as this one did. The hardware and paperwork are to be found between the fin arrays, all inside of a cardboard box.

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