The more time I spend looking at Be Quiets products the more I’m beginning to realise just how much actually separates them from the competition. Any manufacturer can take a reference design and put their logo on the box. But making a product ‘your own’ takes a little bit more class than that and Be Quiet know this and have successfully raised the bar when it comes to high performance and silent products.

The Dark Rock 2 CPU cooler boasts the following features:

The virtually silent Dark RockTM 2 CPU Cooler puts our famous anti-noise technology where it really counts: at the heart of your system. This tower design cooler is excellent for overclocked systems and highly demanding multi-graphics platforms.

Featuring a quiet-optimized 135mm SilentWings® 2 fan with PWM function and six high-performance heatpipes, Dark Rock 2 generates up to 180W TDP cooling capacity and strikes the perfect balance between intense cooling and deep serenity. Special wave-contoured heatsink fins further minimize noise-inducing turbulence while maximizing heat transfer.

Dark Rock 2: offering top performance-to-noise ratio and the highest reliability available.

Very quiet operation

• 135mm SilentWings® fan with PWM function for optimized fan speed throughout the entire working range provides the perfect balance between superior cooling and quiet. The specially developed wave shaped contour of the heatsink fins optimizes airflow and avoids noise generating turbulence.

Highly effective cooling

• Six ultra-high performance heatpipes with an oxygen-free copper layer help to transport the heat directly to the optimal place of the heatsinks.

First-class materials

• Dark nickel-plated metal surfaces and a solid brushed aluminum cover. A stable backplate ensures secure attachment, even when the computer is being transported.

Product conception, design and quality control in Germany.

• 3 years warranty

In the unboxing video below I’ll show you around the product and show you exactly what to expect when you receive yours.

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