Cooler Master Hyper 212 EVO CPU Cooler

MX36377 Hyper 212 EVO CPU Cooler
MX36377 Hyper 212 EVO CPU Cooler MX36377 Hyper 212 EVO CPU Cooler MX36377 Hyper 212 EVO CPU Cooler MX36377 Hyper 212 EVO CPU Cooler

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Great Cooler, Great Price!

Submitted on Tuesday, May 01, 2012
By Marc
From Edmonton

Strengths of the product

-Very good cooling. -Nice Design and Layout. -Allows for Push Pull Configuration. -Price. -Strong Support Bracket.

Weaknesses of the product

Setup was a minor pain in the but, and the instructions were worse than ikea's, but it all makes sense enough to figure most of it out by yourself.

Additional Comments

If you're looking for a good cooler that matches and sometimes exceeds $100.00 CAD equivalents, this is where you need to invest your money. 4.5GHz OC (4.7GHz Turbo) on an Intel Core i5 2500K, and max temps in Battlefield 3 are 65*C tops. (Coupled it with Arctic Silver 5 thermal paste)

CM Hyper 212 EVO - Cool, Quiet & Inexpensive

Submitted on Friday, April 20, 2012
By OxCart
From Calgary

Strengths of the product

Fit, form and function: - As a CM CPU cooler, it has not problems fitting inside a CM 690 II Basic case - Simple, yet effective design - Quiet fan - when the CPU is under small load or idle the fan spins down to ~600 RPM; make sure to set your EFI (BIOS) settings for the CPU fan speed warning to below 500 RPM, otherwise you will be getting a warning on bootup - For the price (especially after Uber Pricebeat) this is an excellent cooler - 4-pin PWM fan

Weaknesses of the product

Only as a nit-pick: - AMD (AM2+, AM3 & AM3+) back plate removal was required; the heatsink stand-offs could have easily been threaded to accomodate the AMD socket backplate with an appropriate nut thread to match the custom backplate included for Intel (and AMD mobo's that do not include backplates) - Does NOT play well with "funny" RAM modules, such as Corsair's Vengeance (will need the LP ones) if you are populating all (4) DIMMs on an AMD board

Additional Comments

Especially for the price this is an excellent CPU cooler. Having done my research, I was initially thinking of going for one of the Noctua heatsings, as I already had a very positive experience with one in the past, but after seen the price/performance and price/HW compatibility this one was the main pick.

Holy FRAK!

Submitted on Monday, April 02, 2012
By Adrian
From Winnipeg

Strengths of the product

Cooling!! And boy does it.

Weaknesses of the product

Doesn't come with two fans!

Additional Comments

Running Intel 2500k stock at 20C at idle w/browsing and movies. Haven't stressed it to much but nothing has made it go over 32C so far. yes it's in the basement so ambient temp is around 20C. Regardless it's amazing, end of story! Case is a Coolermaster 690II Advanced w/no extra fans. Did purchase second fan for the Evo cooler.