|Package Dimensions||13.8 x 9.8 x 9.7 cm; 453.59 Grams|
|Item Weight||454 g|
|Item Model Number||A24|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Date First Available||27 February 2019|
Dynatron A24 Aluminum Stacked Fin with Heat Pipes CPU Cooler Socket AM4 for 2U
|Price:||+ $12.50 Delivery|
- Supports AMD Socket AM4 CPU
- Aluminum Stacked Fin with heat Pipes
- 4-pin PWM Controlled Fan
- Supports up to TDP 95 Watts
- Recommended for 2U Server and up
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Dynatron A24 heatsink and fan supports AMD Processors, Socket AM4. It is made with aluminum stacked fins with HCC (Heatpipe Contact CPU) technology. The double ball bearing fan is PWM controlled to adjust to the 2U server cooling needs.
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First, note that the orientation only gives you front-to-back airflow if the motherboard is oriented that way in the 2U case. Insofar as I know, there is only one motherboard that might have that orientation (out of dozens)... the (fairly low-rent) ASRock Rack motherboard. So that's a problem right there.
Second problem are the screws. The two screws nearest the fins are slightly underneath the fins. Completely ridiculous, Dynatron could trivially have given proper clearance for those screws. The other two screws are under the fan, but the fan is fairly easy to remove (and comes un-assembled) so those two aren't really an issue.
The third problem is the contact area for the CPU. Dynatron is striping aluminum and copper (the four heat pipes are flush to the cpu contact area, but embedded in the aluminum so its striped). This means that the heat-takeaway is going to be uneven and while that would have worked just fine with the Ryzen 2000 series CPUs, it's a freaking disaster for a Ryzen 3000 series cpu.
These three issues severely limit the use cases for this cooler.
As noted by others, the fins overhang the mounting screws on one side. Buy a long #1 precision Philips head screwdriver BEFORE attempting to install. Anything else will drive you crazy trying to use without chewing up either the fins or the head of the screw.
Seems like a 5mm shift to one side in the design would make a huge difference in usability.
Juan's review before mine was correct as far as installation. It's a pain due to the location of the mounting screws. This is my reason for 4 stars instead of 5 stars. Other than that, it does work great.