In today’s review, we are taking a look at the Fera 5 tower CPU cooler from SilentiumPC. SilentiumPC's main focus is to design and produce products with a very good price-to-performance ratio – which is to say, budget products for the mainstream market. The Fera 5 CPU cooler, in turn, embodies those ideals, with a focus on effective and quiet cooling from a cooler that sells for around €30. And while a budget cooler isn't going to chart new territory in the CPU cooling space, as we'll see, SilentiumPC has been able to strike a solid balance between performance and price, delivering a tower cooler that is notably quieter than typical budget coolers.
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