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Well reviewed cooler at a really good price!

Normal price £18.95

Succeeding the popular Hyper 212, the Hyper 212 Plus carries on the legacy of providing a great balance of performance and noise level during high and low speed operations.

Performance Increases even more if you add another 120mm Fan!!
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#1
£21.58 delivered! oO
#2
Great cooler - it's huge though so do be warned! 16cm I think?
In reviews this thing is meant to be brilliant.

Edit: "116 x 51 x 159 mm in size"

Edited By: DarkFlame on Feb 21, 2011 17:15: size
#3
Friend got one of these, you need to spend £10+ on thermal paste to get decent temps out of it. Wouldn't recommend for big overclocking at all, good replacement for stock cooler though.
#4
No free delivery for AV/Hexus forum members unless spending over £25 ex VAT (unless they've recently changed the rules) so might want to put this in the title to avoid confusion or people voting cold when they find out.

Very good cooler for the price, in fact for £12 it's an absolute steal. Fitted one of these to an i5 760 a while ago and it does an excellent job if you're going for a mid-range overclock. Within 10% of the performance of coolers costing 3 times as much. Hardest bit to do is mount the fan using the clips provided. I checked out an installation video on youtube for clarification as the instructions are a pretty useless.


Edited By: marktime on Feb 21, 2011 17:20
#5
edgeone
£21.58 delivered! oO


Ah i appreciate that but if you are an avforums member, and spend over £20 for free delivery (not unusual if you are buying bits for a new pc), then it's still a good deal in my eyes.

marktime
No free delivery for AV/Hexus forum members unless spending over £25 ex VAT (unless they've recently changed the rules) so might want to put this in the title to avoid confusion or people voting cold when they find out.


Agreed and amended.


Edited By: maximoshark on Feb 21, 2011 17:24: info
2 Likes #6
For those that can't receive free delivery with scan

Same cooler at play.com

For £15 at play.com.
1 Like #7
AwsmStar
Friend got one of these, you need to spend £10+ on thermal paste to get decent temps out of it. Wouldn't recommend for big overclocking at all, good replacement for stock cooler though.



Totally not true, comes with thermal paste, enough for two applications and my temperatures are freezing, overclocking from 2.8 to 3.92.


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Instruction manual:
http://www.coolermaster.com/upload/download/485/files/Hyper%20212%20Plus%20manual.pdf

Product info from Coolermaster:
http://www.coolermaster.com/product.php?product_id=6603

Helpful review:
http://www.frostytech.com/articleview.cfm?articleID=2419


[/edit]

Edited By: Rupes on Feb 21, 2011 21:17
#8
If your temperatures make a massive drop with a different paste then I'd suggest it wasn't applied right in the first place. Thermal paste is all much of a muchness in terms of actually transferring the heat (and not as good as direct metal contact which is why you only use a tiny amount), it's longevity where the more expensive ones can have an advantage.
#9
This is one excellent cooler. You can't go wrong with this one. I paid 17 for it.
Bargain at this price.
#10
Brilliant cooler, and a fantastic price. Curently OC'oing an old Intel Celeron E3200 from 2.4 to 3.9GHz with 29 [email protected]'d out. Tis very quiet for me too.
#11
Agreed with the above statements, cracking cooler for the price.
1 Like #12
my-planet
Brilliant cooler, and a fantastic price. Curently OC'oing an old Intel Celeron E3200 from 2.4 to 3.9GHz with 29 [email protected]'d out. Tis very quiet for me too.


Flippin' heck, that's chilly. Surely you can't maintain those temps?

I have a Noctua NH-U9B SE2 using a two fan push/pull configuration. I get around 22-25º on each core on my i5 750 at 3.8ghz.
Intensive gaming or benchmarking pushes it over 70º (well below guidelines).

It is a SFF case though and is the largest heatsink that will possibly fit inside (took 2 hours to get it in!)

Edited By: MBeeching on Feb 22, 2011 12:32
#13
MBeeching
my-planet
Brilliant cooler, and a fantastic price. Curently OC'oing an old Intel Celeron E3200 from 2.4 to 3.9GHz with 29 [email protected]'d out. Tis very quiet for me too.


Flippin' heck, that's chilly. Surely you can't maintain those temps?

I have a Noctua NH-U9B SE2 using a two fan push/pull configuration. I get around 22-25º on each core on my i5 750 at 3.8ghz.
Intensive gaming or benchmarking pushes it over 70º (well below guidelines).

It is a SFF case though and is the largest heatsink that will possibly fit inside (took 2 hours to get it in!)


I think we have to take some of the comments on HUKD with a pinch of salt....

No offence, My-planet.:D
#14
andyken
MBeeching
my-planet
Brilliant cooler, and a fantastic price. Curently OC'oing an old Intel Celeron E3200 from 2.4 to 3.9GHz with 29 [email protected]'d out. Tis very quiet for me too.


Flippin' heck, that's chilly. Surely you can't maintain those temps?

I have a Noctua NH-U9B SE2 using a two fan push/pull configuration. I get around 22-25º on each core on my i5 750 at 3.8ghz.
Intensive gaming or benchmarking pushes it over 70º (well below guidelines).

It is a SFF case though and is the largest heatsink that will possibly fit inside (took 2 hours to get it in!)


I think we have to take some of the comments on HUKD with a pinch of salt....

No offence, My-planet.:D

None taken, but I will re-run some more tests to check it out further. Only ran some basic stuff quickly for around half hour. I'm new to overclocking.
2 Likes #15
If anybody is buying goods from scan and is using a standard socket 1366 cpu cooler they have on today only the extreme series tower cooler on at £2.39.
#16
my-planet
andyken
MBeeching
my-planet
Brilliant cooler, and a fantastic price. Curently OC'oing an old Intel Celeron E3200 from 2.4 to 3.9GHz with 29 [email protected]'d out. Tis very quiet for me too.

Flippin' heck, that's chilly. Surely you can't maintain those temps?

I have a Noctua NH-U9B SE2 using a two fan push/pull configuration. I get around 22-25º on each core on my i5 750 at 3.8ghz.
Intensive gaming or benchmarking pushes it over 70º (well below guidelines).

It is a SFF case though and is the largest heatsink that will possibly fit inside (took 2 hours to get it in!)

I think we have to take some of the comments on HUKD with a pinch of salt....

No offence, My-planet.:D
None taken, but I will re-run some more tests to check it out further. Only ran some basic stuff quickly for around half hour. I'm new to overclocking.

Although Intel's spec say 65W TDP for that processor, I think that's being a bit conservative since it's a 45nm part with only 1MB cache. Therefore, with a decent cooler, 30C sounds possible to me.
#17
top price!
#18
GAVINLEWISHUKD
If anybody is buying goods from scan and is using a standard socket 1366 cpu cooler they have on today only the extreme series tower cooler on at £2.39.

Nice Spot.
#19
That'll be idle for sure... l@@dy good OC tho, well done.

Had an E2180 (2.0->3.1oc) allendale for just coming upto 3 years using a Arctic cooling Freezer pro 7 (very similar design)and I get just more then you idle (32-35) and 58ish flat out, slightly more if my very hot oc'd 4850 is screaming too! but that is 65nm i believe so a hotter chip... still very chilly and a big oc, I'd be sure ur not maxing it!

Try intel thermal tool and some orthos to stress it

Great deal hot!
#20
I used the paste it came with and have overclocked and get decent temps. Went from 3.2 to 3.6 and still have temps idel at 34c stressed at 49-50c.

Great little cooler if you are not doing anything big on the over clocking front.
#21
These are excellent for the cost - I have an i5 760 running at 4ghz no problem with one of these. Can get better, but you need to pay £40+.

You do need to install them properly though, little trickier than usual cos of the heatsink ridges. Tint, fill the ridges, credit card the heatpaste smooth.
#22
arfster
These are excellent for the cost - I have an i5 760 running at 4ghz no problem with one of these. Can get better, but you need to pay £40+.

You do need to install them properly though, little trickier than usual cos of the heatsink ridges. Tint, fill the ridges, credit card the heatpaste smooth.


Yeah there is a good guide on the arctic silver website for how to apply to ridged heatsinks. Maybe this will help someone. http://www.arcticsilver.com/pdf/hp/hphs_method.pdf

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