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Alpine 7 GT

Intel CPU Cooler for Quietness

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USD 7.99
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The Alpine 7 GT Makes Your Office or Home PC Quiet
Are you suffering from increasing noise of your dusty and ageing stock cooler?
Or are you a system builder who needs a price competitive yet quiet cooler for mainstream PCs?
The Alpine 7 GT is your choice - quiet, efficient and quickly installed!
"It's incredibly quiet and it's doing a fantastic job."
"Virtually silent even at full speed…"
Great Value
The unbeatable price of the Alpine 7 GT not only great in value, it also brings a great performance, compared to other coolers in its price range.
Cooling Performance at Intel Core 2 Duo E8500
Alpine 7 GT (at 2,000 RPM)
42.5 °C*
Boxed Cooler (at 3,000 RPM)
48 °C*
Virtually Silent
The ultra-low noise impeller and patented fan holder gives you the perfect silent performance, and generates only 0.3 Sone at full speed.
Noise Level at Intel Core 2 Duo E8500
Alpine 7 GT (at 2,000 RPM)
0.3 Sone
Boxed Cooler (at 2,850 RPM)
1.75 Sone
Compact Design
Easy Installation
This compact cooler with a quiet 80 mm PWM fan can deal with a TDP of 70 Watts and thus cool most CPUs. Due to its capability to draw air from the side and its low profile, the Alpine 7 GT is a perfect choice for small form factor PCs.
The approved mounting system via push pins offers excellent stability and is applicable within seconds. The pre-applied ARCTIC MX-2 high performance thermal compound makes the installation a quick and clean process.
Intel Socket:
Recommended for TDP up to:
65 Watts

Aluminum Extrusion

80 mm
Fan Speed:
500 - 2,000 RPM (Controlled by PWM)
Noise Level:
0.3 Sone @ 2,000 RPM
Current / Voltage (per fan)
0.13 A / 12 V
Power Consumption:
1.56 Watts
Size & Weight

90 (L) x 86 (W) x 66 (H) mm
Net Weight:
295 g

104 (L) x 104 (W) x 81 (H) mm
Shipping Information
Item Number:
Gross Weight:
400 g


The PC is reporting a low fan speed during booting.

Your PC may send you a CPU Fan Speed warning when starting the PC if the fan speed is lower than the default minimum value. If you do not wish to receive this warning in the future, you may enter the BIOS to reset the minimum value or disable the function completely.

As shown in the example below, you can adjust the settings under Power -> CPU Fan Speed warning. By setting the value to 800 RPM, you should avoid any warnings of this kind in the future.


The fan is becoming very noisy

There are a number of reasons which caused the fan to become noisy:

1) Improper fan speed settings

The fan speed can be adjusted in the BIOS for most of the motherboards. Press the Delete key immediately after system startup to enter the BIOS. Read the manual of your motherboard for instructions to change the fan speed settings.
You may be offered a number of options to adjust the fan speed, such as Silent, Performance or Maximum. On the other hand, you may set a target temperature for the CPU, e.g. 65°C.

2) A cable is snagged in the fan

Avoid placing the cables near the fan and if possible, tidy up the excess cables with a cable tie

3) The bearing is gone

If the bearing is gone there's no way to repair the fan but to replace it and it should be replaced by a new one.


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