You might wonder what large expensive air coolers are still doing hanging around in the enthusiast scene but the fact remains that they can represent some of the best cooling and lowest noise CPU coolers have to offer. Noctua's NH-D15 is a classic example (see our review here - it was pretty pricey, £10 more than the Be Quiet! Dark Rock Pro 3 we're looking at today, but was fairly easy to install and blissfully quiet. So much so that it picked up top marks in both our test systems.

Noctua has been an acquired taste for some due to its colour scheme, although it does have some new models in the works that do away with the beige and brown. However, Be Quiet! certainly can't be accused of producing unattractive coolers. They've continually impressed us with their build quality and aesthetics and to be sure the reasons their's an extra premium to pay for them is blindingly obvious.

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