Cooler Master Hyper 212 EVO - Ventilador de PC (Procesador, Enfriador, Socket AM2, Socket AM3, Socket AM3, Socket AM3+, Socket H2 (LGA 1155), Socket H (LGA 1156), Socket B, Aluminio, 4-Pin PWM, Sleeve)
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Adecuado para: Procesador
Altura: 2,5 cm
Compatibilidad: Intel: Core i7 Extreme / Core i7 / Core i5 / Core i3 / Core2 Extreme / Core2 Quad / Core2 Duo / Pentium / Celeron\nAMD: FX-Series / A-Series / Phenom II X4 / Phenom II X3 / Phenom II X2 / Phenom X4 / Phenom X3 / Athlon II X4 / Athlon II X3 / Athlon II X2 / Athlon X2 / Athlon / Sempron
Conector: 4-Pin PWM
Consumo energético: 2,64 W
Desempeño de ventilador: 82,9 cfm
Dimensiones (Ancho x Profundidad x Altura): 120 x 80 x 159 mm
Diámetro de ventilador: 12 cm
Intensidad nominal: 0,22 A
Nivel de ruido (alta velocidad): 36 dB
Peso: 465 g
Presión del aire: 0,3
Sockets de procesador soportados: Socket AM2, Socket AM3, Socket AM3, Socket AM3+, Socket H2 (LGA 1155), Socket H (LGA 1156), Socket B (LGA 1366), Socket T (LGA 775), Socket R (LGA 2011)
Tecnología de rodamientos: Sleeve
Velocidad de rotación: 2000 RPM
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This was my first time switching cooling systems per always using stock for every build I put together. The instructions were easy to read and it was separated depending on what type of processor you had. Still not 100% confident I YouTubed a video tutorial based on the type of processor I had and followed it step by step. It did take me about 1 - 2 hours to switch it completely over (again, due to not wanting to make any mistakes).
This cooler only comes with one fan but includes the additional clips to attach another 120mm fan. Also, this heat sink is huge! I've seen pictures online and knew it was bigger than stock but didn't realize it was a lot bigger. I had to take out the top two 120mm case fans due to the case not having enough room but did place one of them as the second fan on this cooler and set it up to where the airflow goes through the heat sink for better cooling.
I turned on my system for the first time after installing this. It was whisper quiet. Loaded some games, rendered, encoded. Quiet. The fans did not even need to ramp up. I placed my hand a few inches from the back of the case where there's a fan pulling air out and could feel warm air coming out (which is what it's suppose to be). Read the temperatures within the BIOS and within Windows. It was extremely cool. This thing is beautiful and definitely worth the low price to keep things quiet.
I bought this cooler for after reading many positive reviews online. It's almost constantly on back-order, but after owning it, I know why. It's simply one of the finest air coolers on the market. The installation is a complete pain if you follow the manual.
However, if you remove the fans with a jewelers Phillips-head screwdriver and then install the radiator portion to the motherboard outside the case, you will save a ton of time and frustration.
There is really no need to worry about the weight of the fan for LGA 2011 motherboards because most of them have pre-installed back plates. I uploaded a few pics to let you see what it looks like installed in a Cooler Master Storm Trooper Windowed Case. My CPU temps at idle are averaging in the mid to hi 20 degree Celsius range. I think it only hit the mid-40 Celsius range during a 3DMark 13 benchmark. This is one eerily quiet CPU cooler. I didn't hear it go over its normal quiet volume even during bench marking. I find myself looking in the case to see if it's even running.
I know the AMD 8000, 9000, and i7-39XX series processors run hotter, but I seriously think this cooler is a great alternative to water cooling and much safer. I have no intentions to overclock, as that was the reason I saved my pennies for almost two years to get a high-end processor and other complimentary components. If it can easily keep the LGA 2011 socket processors cool, then all others should be a piece of cake. Thank you for your time and good luck in your cooler search.
Pros: Quiet, Wow-Factor, and Superior cooling
Cons: Availability, Installation, Price, Proprietary Fans, and Size (probably will not fit most mid-tower or smaller cases)
Can be oriented in 4 directions. The up and down orientations will be less likely to fit if: 1) You have a video card. Will be near impossible to orient down like that. 2) You have a small case with little room above the motherboard.
I have a Cooler Master HAF 922 case, which is almost a full tower case.
It clears my G.Skill Ripjaw RAM with room to spare. And helps cool it as well. Even at full blast this thing is quiet. My video card fan is the loudest thing in my case.
I am using it to cool an AMD FX-8320
Keeps temps at least 10 deg C cooler than stock fan at idle. At max fan speed (CPU Idle) temp is 39 deg C. At Minimum fan speed and opening 10 programs it got all the way up to 44 deg C. Then returned to 42 deg C.
Unit arrived in a standard blister pack, and looked HUGE. Thought for a moment I was not going to be able to get it to fit (don't worry -- it does, and with plenty of space to spare). Opened package and poured out the contents. Small box at bottom of package contained all necessary feet/clamps to hold it down. BONUS: Included thermal paste as well! The beauty of this thing, is that you can turn it virtually any direction you want. For maximum air flow and dissipation, I directed the fan to blow towards that rear case fan in order to improve overall heat removal.
Although I already had some Arctic Silver thermal compound, I actually decided to use the included one. Assembled clamps, and mounted to CPU/MB in a matter of seconds. Connected the fan cable to MB, and we were ready to start.
Booted up the computer and went into Speccy. At idle, the CPU was running at a cool 35 degrees C!! That's a difference of almost 40%!! Put a load with a CPU benchmark test, and temp barely got above 46C! Fantastic!!
I must say, the price on this thing is almost too good to be true. I can't think of any reason, at least for this CPU, to buy anything more expensive. Great stuff!
* Great options for mounting
* Superb heat dissipation
* Ultra-quiet fan
* Sturdy construction
* Includes thermal paste/compound
* Absolutely none!
Here's the problem. These stupid Intel push-in's are incredibly easy to break. When I first bought the cooler, it made me push 60c on no load with 100% fans. It was because these poor excuse for screw replacements weren't holding it down tightly enough. I should note they broke because they refuse to say to check for previous brackets on the back of the motherboard. I have a Dell and they put their brackets on the back of the motherboard. I had to switch back to my stock cooler to get a better rating until I applied the modification below.
My fix for this was simple: Most back-plates use M3 screws. You can easily remove the push-pins and put a washer and M3 bolt on the cooler. You can buy an M3 bolt and the proper washer at Lowes or Home Depot. Make sure to put nylon washers anywhere that metal can touch the motherboard that it shouldn't touch.
It works beautifully now but I'm still disappointed that I had to modify it.