Correction Review: Silverstone Heligon Series – HEO1 CPU Cooler Revisited
WHAT WE LIKED:Zero RAM Interference, 2 modes of cooling performance, Capable of handling overclock settings
WHAT WE DISLIKED:Fan in P mode is loud, Large Cooler may pose problems on some motherboards.
Hello fellow Pure Overclock readers! Today we have something a little special on the table. If you have previously been reading our CPU Cooler reviews you probably saw our recent review for Silverstone. We reviewed the Silverstone Heligon Series – HEO1 CPU Cooler, but after publication of the review, Silverstone noticed some discrepencies, and shared their concerns with the temperatures we recorded. While we explained to Silverstone our process to make sure temps are recorded accurately, they wondered if they had possibly sent us a defective cooler.
So SilverStone sent us a second cooler for re-testing to see if we gathered the same results or better. As you will soon see, it turns out their concerns were valid. Before we jump into things, we would like to thank Tony at Silverstone for sending us a second cooler for re-testing of the Heligon Series – HEO1.
You can read the previous review linked here: Silverstone Heligon Series – HEO1
Let’s jump in and take a look at the results we were able to achieve with the re-test.